TODAY'S FEATURE STORY PHILLIES BEAT PADRES, 4-3 Adam Morgan delivered a quality start and some offense as the
Phillies took another series from the San Diego Padres with a 4-3
win Saturday night at Citizens Bank Park. Morgan (5-4) allowed
two unearned runs over six innings to lower his ERA to 4.03 and
pick up the win. He struck out 3 and walked none as he notched
his fourth quality start in his last five outings. Darnell Sweeney
smacked a two-run home run to left-center field in the bottom of
the second inning. Luis Garcia pitched 1 2/3 scoreless innings
and stranded four runners with a pair of inning-ending strikeouts.
Ken Giles nailed down the save. Right-hander Alec Asher, one
of the five prospects the Phillies acquired in the Cole Hamels
trade, will make his major-league debut Sunday
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|SUCCESS HAS NOTHING TO DO WITH RUBEN!
The Phillies did not procure the Rangers' two best prospects or the
Dodgers' best prospects or the Cubs' best prospects, however
John Middleton's willingness to fully pay off those salaries for the
rest of the season allowed the Phillies to maximize their return just
the same - to place a bunch of bets rather than a couple. It looks
like resent improvements have little to do with Ruben Amaro, the
man who destroyed the Phillies. It's time for a new general manager.
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