Bah. Work took me away from the second half of the game, which was just as well.
Lenny DiNardo surrendered a walk and five hits to open the third. Abe Alvarez got out of that mess, then pitched the fourth and fifth, but gave up a double, single and three-run home run to start the sixth, giving Philly a 8-3 lead.
When Rudy Seanez was your most effective pitcher, you know it wasn't a good day.
As I mentioned comments during the game, David Wells had a good outing for Pawtucket (5-4-2-1-3, 65 pitches). He says he is ready to go on Friday.
The Phillies series is over, but I did want to mention the Philliesflow blog.
And tonight, let's go, Mets!