May 13 was a beautiful Sunday. The temperature was 79 degrees at first pitch and the Phillies won a game against San Diego by outscoring them 3-2.
That was 44 days ago, the last time the Phillies won a game when scoring three or fewer runs.
It's not necessarily relevant to anything right now, other than an enlightening look at how the expected narrative of 2012 has fallen by the wayside. The Phillies are 4-28 (.125) when they score three or fewer runs; only Boston, Minnesota, Colorado and Arizona have worse marks.
Last season, the Phillies were a staggering 30-47 (.390) when scoring three or fewer runs. That was the sixth best record for any team in the past 30 seasons: