The Phillies Zone Archive: May, 2012

A failure to execute

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In the season's first 42 games, a Phillies batter has hit with a runner on third and less than two outs 75 times. That's more than eight other... Read more

Injury updates on Worley, Stutes, Herndon

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Vance Worley requested a second opinion on his sore right elbow, so he saw noted orthopedist James Andrews in Pensacola, Fla., on Monday. As... Read more

Game 43: Fatherhood

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Jimmy Rollins is a dad. His wife, Johari, gave birth to the couple's first child — a baby girl — Sunday night. The Phillies shortstop... Read more

Vance Worley has a bone chip

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After throwing 110 pitches against Arizona on April 24, Vance Worley went searching for Cole Hamels. The ball was coming out of Worley's right... Read more

Game 42: Save Cliff

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Cliff Lee is winless. He has a 1.95 ERA. And, according to the Elias Sports Bureau, his ERA is the lowest for any Phillies pitcher who was... Read more

One final Burrell memory

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The ceremony produced tears for Pat Burrell on Saturday, the day of his retirement. When he retreated from the field and into the bowels of... Read more

Blanton rocked as Phillies fall to Red Sox

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Video: Joe Blanton allowed seven runs on nine hits in 4 and 1/3 innings as the Phillies' six-game winning streak ended with a 7-5 loss to the... Read more

Long recovery ahead for Laynce Nix

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Laynce Nix is eligible to return from the disabled list Friday, but he only recently began walking without substantial pain. He is looking... Read more

Game 41: The Bat retires

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They will honor Pat Burrell with a retirement ceremony before the Phillies seek a seven-game winning streak against Jon Lester and the Boston... Read more

Hamels, Phillies drop Red Sox

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Video: Cole Hamels threw seven solid innings and the Phillies beat the Red Sox 6-4. The Inquirer's Marc Narducci reports from Citizens Bank... Read more