Sunday, June 12, 2016

1989 Bowman #391 Mike Maddux

Nationals 8Phillies 0
Game 62 - Saturday Afternoon, June 11th in Washington
Record - 29-33, 4th place, 9 games behind the Nationals

One Sentence Summary:  Completely outmatched, the Nationals dismantled Aaron Nola and the Phillies by a score of 8-0.

What It Means:  The Phillies are a season-high nine games out of first place.  They've lost 16 of their last 21 games.

What Happened:  Nola was pulled after 3 2/3 innings having allowed four runs on seven hits.  The offense went 0 for 7 with runners in scoring position.

Featured Card:  Former Phillies pitcher and current Nationals pitching coach Mike Maddux sure seems to have a nice gig. Previously serving as the pitching coach for the Brewers (2003-2008) and Rangers (2009-2015), Maddux is in his first year in that role for the Nationals.  The Nationals pitching staff ranks near the top of ever major pitching category among all National League teams.

Recently added to The Phillies Room - 2016 Season Summary page with game results and links to game summary posts.


Anonymous said...

It's funny... it seems like we heard a hell of a lot more hype about Strasburg as a 5-3 rookie than we're hearing now about the 10-0 veteran.

Jim said...

The Phillies had no clue against him yesterday. That's not saying much, but I was definitely impressed.

Jim from Downingtown said...

Ahh, Mike Maddux......

The Phillies always seemed to get the wrong brother:

Mike instead of Greg Maddux
Mark instead of Al Leiter
Jeremy instead of Jason Giambi
Mike instead of Nolan Ryan (heh-heh)