Lohse Outpitches Former Team

Saturday, June 14, 2008 ·

Kyle Lohse (8-2) went 8 strong innings against his former team, giving up 2 runs on 4 hits and 2 walks. He also struck out 3. The Cardinals went on to win 3-2. Ryan Franklin, another former Phillie, pitched a 1-2-3- inning for his 9th save. The last play of the game was a diving catch made by Ryan Ludwick on a ball hit by Geoff Jenkins. The ball bounced before it reached Ludwicks glove but it was ruled a catch. There was no review and the game ended.

Adam Kennedy homered for the Cards in the first, a 2 run shot off of Adam Eaton.

Eaton pitched well too tonight but got no support from the offense that produced a season high 20 runs the night before. He went 6.2 innings, giving up 3 runs on 9 hits and 1 walk. He also struck out 3.


Pat Burrel homered for the Phillies, his 18 of the year. He and Ryan Howard were the only position players to get a hit. Eaton helped his own cause with 2 hits.

The Phillies remained 4 games ahead of the Marlins for the NL East lead. Tomorrow's pitchers are Brett Myers (3-8, 5.34) for the Phillies and Mitchell Boggs (1-0, 3.86) for St. Louis.

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