September 5, 2012 |
CINCINNATI - When three Phillies baserunners had nowhere to go and a promising fourth inning died in a game that ended in a 2-1 loss to the Cincinnati Reds, Charlie Manuel could not scream. He had no clear view of a ball that was ruled a catch but not really one. It happened too quickly; his players were confused. On a Tuesday night when Kyle Kendrick pitched well enough to win and Jimmy Rollins celebrated his 2,000th hit, these Phillies discovered a new way to lose. "That's kind of the way everything happens for us," Manuel said, "isn't it?"
October 11, 2010
Here's how the Phillies' Big Three starters did in the National League division series sweep (4-0, 7-4, 2-0) over the Cincinnati Reds. 1 Roy Halladay (W) 9 0 0 8 1 0.00 2 Roy Oswalt (ND) 5 5 4/3 5 1 5.40 3 Cole Hamels (W) 9 5 0 9 0 0.00
June 1, 1996 |
Deion Sanders was back with the Cincinnati Reds - for a day. Sanders visited his former teammates yesterday before a game against the Atlanta Braves, whom Sanders also played for from 1991 to '94. Sanders was traded to San Francisco July 21. The former two-sport star helped the Dallas Cowboys win the Super Bowl last season. Reds general manager Jim Bowden spoke to Sanders about a contract yesterday, but Sanders said he would not play baseball this year. "Trust me, Jim gave me his best one," Sanders said.
July 14, 2011 |
The Phillies and Eagles were honored last night at ESPN's annual ESPY Awards in Los Angeles. Phillies ace righthander Roy Halladay, who went 21-10 last year and led the Phillies to the postseason, was named the Best MLB Player. Halladay also won for the Best Moment, for the no-hitter he threw on Oct. 6 as the Phillies blanked the Cincinnati Reds, 4-0, in Game 1 of the National League Division Series. The Eagles' 38-31 victory over the New York Giants on Dec. 19 won the ESPY for Best Game.
September 20, 2006 |
Pete Rose never expected baseballs bearing his autograph and a printed apology for betting on baseball to be sold publicly, his business agent said. A New Jersey auction house plans to put 30 such balls up for bid in April, unsure how much they'll fetch. The baseballs belonged to a memorabilia collector who died last December. Baseball's banished hits king signed the baseballs for some of his friends about a year ago, but didn't want them put up for sale, according to business agent Warren Greene.
September 21, 2006 |
It didn't take Charlie Hustle long to cash in on his latest controversy. Disgraced hit king Pete Rose is already selling balls signed, "I'm sorry I bet on baseball" on the Internet - at $300 a pop. On Monday, the New York Daily News revealed that such balls signed by Rose were going to be auctioned. On Tuesday, Rose said he signed the balls for private collectors and never expected to see them on the open market. By yesterday, he was hawking a new batch of the balls on his Web site, for $299, plus $4.99 shipping and handling.
August 18, 2005 |
Davey Johnson, who led the New York Mets to a 1986 World Series victory, was named manager of a U.S. baseball team that will compete in baseball's World Cup next month. Johnson, 62, has a career managerial record of 1,148-888 during 14 seasons with the Mets, Cincinnati Reds, Baltimore Orioles and Los Angeles Dodgers. He last managed a major-league club five years ago. Major-league players are not eligible to compete in the event, sponsored by the International Baseball Federation.
April 3, 2013 |
CINCINNATI - Chris Iannetta hit a solo homer and a bases-loaded single in the 13th inning on Monday, powering the Los Angeles Angels to a 3-1 victory over the Cincinnati Reds in the majors' first interleague season opener. Both teams emptied their benches and bullpens before Iannetta - who caught all 13 innings - finally provided the breakout hit. The Angels loaded the bases with two outs in the 13th off J.J. Hoover, who walked two and hit Hank Conger, the Angels' final position player.
December 31, 2014
AMERICAN LEAGUE Most Valuable Player Mike Trout, of the Los Angeles Angels, a native of Millville, N.J., will be honored as the Outstanding Pro Athlete of the Year by the Philadelphia Sports Writers Association at its 111th annual banquet on Jan. 16 at Cherry Hill's Crowne Plaza Hotel. Trout, who has not yet confirmed his attendance, also won the award 2 years ago after he was named the AL's Rookie of the Year. The 23-year-old, who became the youngest unanimous MVP pick in major league history, was a huge crowd favorite in May when he played here against the Phillies.
February 14, 2005 |
Shortstop Barry Larkin, a 12-time All-Star who spent his entire 19-year career with the Cincinnati Reds, has retired and joined the Washington Nationals in their front office as a special assistant. "I just felt it was time," Larkin said when reached yesterday at his home in Orlando, Fla. "I had some opportunities with other teams to play, but I didn't feel that I could make the commitment as a player with another team. " The Reds, his hometown team, had rejected his overtures to return for a 20th season, deciding to turn the position over to younger players.