2009 Recaps

Historical Win for Moyer



Having a record of 99-99 on Independence Day, the Phillies hoped number one-hundred would be in the win column. But the bigger numbers came from Jamie Moyer who was making his 600th career start.

With the Phillies 4-1 win over the Mets, Moyer tied Carl Hubbell for 42nd on the all time wins list with 253 wins.  He also moved into the top ten among left-handed pitchers.

Moyer pitched 6.1 innings allowing only one earned run on five hits and one walk.

Jimmy Rollins hit a two run double giving the Phillies a three run lead.

Paul Bako and Shane Victorino received new life after David Wright and Omir Santos misplayed fly balls in foul territory. Victorino singled giving the Phillies a 4-1 lead.

The bullpen did not allow a run and Brad Lidge got an easy 1-2-3 save to secure the win for Moyer.

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