Daniel Descalso’s two-out single to right field scored Paul Goldschmidt from second base as the D-backs walked off the Phillies, 2-1, in 11 innings Sunday afternoon at Chase Field.
Randall Delgado will make a spot start for the D-backs on Sunday, pushing back the rest of the rotation to allow an extra day of rest. The Phillies will counter with Jeremy Hellickson.
Nine days after the Cardinals sealed a series sweep of the Phillies, the two clubs will open a three-game series at Citizens Bank Park on Tuesday. And much as they were when that last series started, these are two teams still searching for some positive momentum. The task of turning things around for both clubs […]
Less than four innings into Wednesday night’s 7-3 Red Sox win over the Phillies at Citizens Bank Park, Mookie Betts, rounding the bases after a solo home run that put Boston up by three, found himself a triple shy of his first cycle. Instead of completing the cycle, Betts launched another homer, his 11th, for […]
After two games in Boston to start the week, the Red Sox and Phillies change venues to play two more. Wednesday night’s series opener at Citizens Bank Park will see righty Jeremy Hellickson toe the rubber for the hosts, opposed by southpaw Brian Johnson for Boston.
Right-hander Jeremy Hellickson, who has been a trade candidate since he joined the Phillies last season, allowed 10 hits and three runs with one walk and five strikeouts in six innings Friday night in a 3-2 loss to the Cardinals at Busch Stadium.
After a disheartening road trip dotted with lost leads and little offense, the Cardinals welcome a return to St. Louis. There to meet them will be the Phillies on Friday for the first of six games between the two teams in a 14-day span.
The Giants and Phillies will close out their series at Citizens Bank Park on Sunday with a matchup of starting pitchers with contrasting outlooks. For San Francisco, left-hander Matt Moore will be trying to build on his recent success, while Phillies right-hander Jeremy Hellickson had a 1.80 ERA in April but is 1-3, 7.04 in […]
After a fantastic April, May was less than ideal for Phillies starter Jeremy Hellickson.
The last month has not been kind to the Phillies or Marlins since the teams last faced each other in late April. Entering Sunday, the two clubs were tied with the second-lowest winning percentage in the Majors.
Phillies right-hander Jeremy Hellickson found his missing form in his last start — two hits in six innings against the Pirates, until lower back soreness forced him out of the game. Rockies righty Tyler Chatwood found some positives, but his form remained elusive in five inefficient innings against the Twins.