2004 Week 1: Phillies Weekly

Editors Note: Each Sunday Night Inside the Dugout will give you the wrap-up on this week's baseball season.

The Phillies finished the first week of the season 1-5. Not terribly good at all. In fact, it was downright awful. Swept by the World Champion Florida Marlins, Two of the games, the Phillies had 3-0 leads before the World champs came back to win in both of them. Starting pitching hasn't failed them, but Clutch hitting has. The Phillies have only hit one home run (Mike Lieberthal). However, Phillies pitchers have given up 9.

Team W L PCT. GB
Florida 5 1 .833 -
Atlanta 3 3 .500 2.0
New York 3 3 .500 2.0
Montreal 2 4 .333 3.0
Philadelphia 1 5 .167 4.0

Bowa Watch

Felske-esque Sub-Par Servicable Wild Card Bound Excellence
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Black Cherry Wishniak -- Best Players

  • Pat Burrell -- 5 RBI, .364; Great Start. He needed that
  • Marlon Byrd -- He is setting the table, and knocking in runs. But no one is moving him over.
  • Billy Wagner -- 2 appearances, 1 save opportunity; 1 save. His fastball is blistering.

Soft Pretzels -- Weak Players

  • Bobby Abreu -- .091, 6 Strikeouts
  • Roberto Hernandez -- 9.82 ERA
  • Rheal Cormier -- 9.0 ERA
  • Scrapple -- Key Stats and Plays

  • 0 Home Games -- Phillies open up their new home Monday 4/12/2004
  • 0 Stolen Bases -- The only person that has attempted: Jim Thome, and that was HOME! The Phillies have to pick up this part of the game
  • HomeRuns: Phillies 1 Opponents 9

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