Reds vs. Roy Halladay & Cole Hamels - 5 for 58 (.087 average) with no runs scored and 17 strikeouts
Reds vs. Roy Oswalt - 5 for 21 (.238 average) with three earned runs and five strikeouts
Reds vs. Phillies bullpen - 1 for 10 (.100 average) with no runs scored and two strikeouts
I've decided not to worry about the lack of Phillies' offense (he types
Tweet of the Night: Courtesy of Todd Zolecki - Phillies allowed just 11 hits in the series to set a Division Series record. Yankees allowed 13 hits in a sweep vs. Texas in 1998 ALDS.
Just Imagine: How about a Phillies-Rangers World Series Game 1 match-up of Halladay against Cliff Lee? I know I'm getting ahead of myself here, but wouldn't that be cool?
This Week: The Phillies Room will be resting for the NLCS. We'll have daily work-outs and there will be the mandatory Q&A sessions with the ever-present media. We may even have a few intra-squad games just to keep everyone fresh. When the mood strikes, time permitting, I still want to post the remaining 2010 Chachi cards that haven't been publicly displayed yet. (I know everyone's waiting for the Brian Bocock card.)