Jul 14, 2007, 11:59 AM EDT
The Phillies played last night like they never want to reach the dubious milestone of 10,000 losses. This one was never really close. The Phils seemed to have solved the former Phils killer Kip Wells and put a five spot up on the board in the first inning. With thirteen runs when all was said and done, nobody was left out of the action. Kyle Kendrick continued his impressive rookie campaign and earned the win.
I had thought Adam Eaton was throwing today, but it looks like the Phils really want the Deadspin crew to see a Phillies win. The probable starters page has Cole Hamels against Mike Maroth. 3:55 start time.
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