Phillies Week in Review #10

Record: 4 wins, 3 losses

Standing: 31-33, 3rd place in NL East (8.5 GB)

Top 3 offensive plays (by Win Probability Added, WPA)

  • June 4: Phillies trail 2-3, bottom 10th (bases empty, 0 out): John Mayberry solo home run to left-center off of Steve Cishek. (+.442 WPA) [Video]
  • June 4: Game tied 3-3, bottom 11th (bases loaded, 2 out): John Mayberry grand slam to left field off of Edgar Olmos. (+.345 WPA) [Video]
  • June 4: Phillies trail 1-2, bottom 7th (runner on 2nd, 2 out): Erik Kratz RBI double to right field off of Ricky Nolasco. (+.247 WPA) [Video]

Bottom 3 offensive plays

  • June 4: Game tied 2-2, bottom 9th (runners on 1st and 2nd, 1 out): Erik Kratz 5-4-3 ground ball dobule play against Chad Qualls. (-.202 WPA)
  • June 7: Game tied 4-4, top 8th (runners on 1st and 2nd, 1 out): Delmon Young 6-4-3 ground ball double play against Burke Badenhop. (-.181 WPA)
  • June 4: Game tied 2-2, bottom 8th (runner on 1st, 0 out): Michael Young 5-4-3 ground ball double play against Mike Dunn. (-.142 WPA)

Top 3 pitching/defensive plays

  • June 4: Game tied 2-2, top 8th (runners on 2nd and 3rd, 2 out): Casey Kotchman grounds out to second base against Mike Adams. (-.117 WPA) [Video]
  • June 7: Game tied 4-4, bottom 8th (runner on 3rd, 2 out): Jeff Bianchi pops out to third base against Jeremy Horst. (-.096 WPA)
  • June 7: Game tied 4-4, bottom 8th (runner on 2nd, 0 out): Scooter Gennett pops up a bunt to third base against Mike Stutes. (-.087 WPA)

Bottom 3 pitching/defensive plays

  • June 7: Phillies lead 4-2, bottom 7th (runner on 1st, 0 out): Jean Segura RBI triple to right field off of Cliff Lee. Segura scores on Freddy Galvis throwing error. (+.288 WPA) [Video]
  • June 7: Game tied 4-4, bottom 9th (runner on 1st, 1 out): Ryan Braun single to center off of Jeremy Horst. (+.185 WPA)
  • June 7: Game tied 4-4, bottom 9th (runners on 1st and 3rd, 1 out): Aramis Ramirez walk-off RBI single to left off of Jeremy Horst. (+.171 WPA) [Video]

Best Hitter: Domonic Brown (.346/.393/.769)

Best Starter: Kyle Kendrick (2 GS, 15.0 IP, 5 ER, 11 K, 2 BB)

Best Reliever: Justin De Fratus (3 G, 2.1 IP, 0 ER, 2 K, 0 BB)

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2 comments

  1. SJHaack

    June 10, 2013 09:56 AM

    Hey you guys, hitting into double plays is bad.

  2. Jesse

    June 10, 2013 10:06 AM

    Bill, question:
    In what exact manner will going to the Home Run Derby ruin Dom Brown’s swing?
    1. Hilariously?
    2. Sadly?
    3. Permanently?

    kthxbai!

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