2010 Gameday

Gameday: Brewers (62-73) at Phillies (78-58)

Milwaukee Brewers (62-73) at Philadelphia Phillies (78-58)

BrewersRandy Wolf (10-10, 4.76) vs. Kyle Kendrick (9-7, 4.72)

Time: 1:35 at Citizens Bank Park
TV: MY PHL 17
Weather: Sunny, 73
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In Saturday’s 5-4 victory, Roy Halladay surrendered four homers, but the Phillies offense rallied, en route to their fifth straight win.  The Phillies become a scary team in September, and they’re just a game back in the National League East.

Former Phillie Randy Wolf will take the mound for the Brew Crew, but don’t expect a Wolf Pack reunion.  This is Wolf’s second appearance at Citizens Bank Park in an away jersey.  Phillies fans know what Wolf brings to the table.  Sometimes he can be on his “A” game; other times he can get rocked.  That sounds very familiar to Wolf’s counterpart, Kyle Kendrick.

The offense is starting to pick it up, especially Chase Utley, Jayson Werth and Ryan Howard.  Howard is always a scary hitter late in the season, thus taking the name Mr. September.  Howard does not have good career numbers against Wolf, but the Phillies need Howard to continue to have his September push.

Live the High LifeYour Gameday Beer – Miller High Life

We’re staying with the Champagne of Beers today as we continue to support our U.S. troops throughout the weekend! For every High Life cap or tab you drop off at select retailers or mail in, Miller will donate 10-cents toward High Life Experiences for returning vets. Up to a million dollars will go toward paying soldiers’ way into sports events, concerts, outdoor adventures and more. So buy it and help us out as well as we send Phillies care-packages to phans abroad serving our country.

GO PHILLIES!

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