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MLB : ATS Matchup
Sunday 6/30/2013Line$ LineOU LineScore
+1.5  -210

-1.5  +175



PHILADELPHIA (39 - 43) at LA DODGERS (37 - 43)
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Sunday, 6/30/2013 4:10 PM
Board OpeningLatest
911PHILADELPHIA+100Ov 8,-115+105Ov 8,-110
912LA DODGERS-110Un 8,-105-115Un 8,-110
PHILADELPHIA - Current Season Performance
 Team RecordsTeamOpponent
All Games39-43-8.845-363.90.2550.3084.40.2570.316
Road Games20-25-4.822-233.60.2600.3094.00.2540.315
vs Right-handed Starters31-33-6.834-293.70.2540.3094.60.2670.320
Past 7 Games3-4-0.97-05.60.2910.3454.30.2400.303
Grass Games39-43-8.845-363.90.2550.3084.40.2570.316
Day Games9-13-613-93.80.2630.3086.00.2930.356
PHILADELPHIA - Team Hitting and Fielding Statistics
Team BattingTeam BattingTeam Fielding
All Games3.90.2550.308822773708231820.033012136005254280456955
Road Games3.60.2600.309451572408118380.021551123102231946234125
Righty Starters3.70.2540.309642145544173650.032291714654841966385641
PHILADELPHIA - Bullpen Pitching Statistics
All Games4.561.481213.3117108222279418713-15161061.5%
Road Games4.091.460112.3555111210521015-1110471.4%

LA DODGERS - Current Season Performance
 Team RecordsTeamOpponent
All Games37-43-15.244-333.60.2550.3164.20.2580.322
Home Games24-21-5.528-163.50.2550.3104.20.2610.322
vs Right-handed Starters23-26-828-193.80.2500.3124.10.2550.312
Past 7 Games6-1+54-33.90.2510.2964.60.2980.344
Grass Games37-43-15.244-333.60.2550.3164.20.2580.322
Day Games11-10+1.211-83.90.2520.3283.80.2330.298
LA DODGERS - Team Hitting and Fielding Statistics
Team BattingTeam BattingTeam Fielding
All Games3.60.2550.316802647674193620.022742375483956181607426
Home Games3.50.2550.310451449370111340.021491152892229840345315
Righty Starters3.80.2500.312491630407112370.021731483373334740334016
LA DODGERS - Bullpen Pitching Statistics
All Games4.381.427234124114245238921315-17231560.5%
Home Games4.241.47914068661508571298-715671.4%
 Team StatsOpp Stats
DateTeam StarterOpponentOpp StarterScoreW/LLineTot.O/UHLOBEHLOBE
6/16/2013HAMELS(L)@ COLORADOCHACIN(R)2-5L1059.5 unU630960
6/17/2013LANNAN(L)WASHINGTONHAREN(R)5-4W+1058.5 ovO12100960
6/18/2013LEE(L)WASHINGTONDETWILER(L)4-2W-1607 unU960640
6/19/2013KENDRICK(R)WASHINGTONGONZALEZ(L)2-6L+1107.5 ovO450860
6/21/2013HAMELS(L)NY METSHEFNER(R)3-4L-1857.5 ovU10100982
6/22/2013PETTIBONE(R)NY METSGEE(R)8-7W-1159 unO12421081
6/23/2013LANNAN(L)NY METSHARVEY(R)0-8L+1207.5 ovO4411260
6/24/2013LEE(L)@ SAN DIEGOSTULTS(L)3-4L-1156.5 unO11701092
6/25/2013KENDRICK(R)@ SAN DIEGOMARQUIS(R)6-2W1007.5 unO780981
6/26/2013HAMELS(L)@ SAN DIEGOERLIN(L)7-5W-1157 ovO1061983
6/27/2013PETTIBONE(R)@ LA DODGERSGREINKE(R)4-6L1757.5 unO1470740
6/28/2013LANNAN(L)@ LA DODGERSCAPUANO(L)16-1W1408 unO21111561
6/29/2013LEE(L)@ LA DODGERSRYU(L)3-4L-1156.5 unO11110652
7/7/2013 ATLANTA  

LA DODGERS - Schedule
 Team StatsOpp Stats
DateTeam StarterOpponentOpp StarterScoreW/LLineTot.O/UHLOBEHLOBE
6/16/2013GREINKE(R)@ PITTSBURGHCOLE(R)3-6L1157.5 unO7501060
6/19/2013RYU(L)@ NY YANKEESKURODA(R)4-6L1307.5 unO1074880
6/19/2013CAPUANO(L)@ NY YANKEESHUGHES(R)6-0W1308 ovU1260330
6/20/2013FIFE(R)@ SAN DIEGOMARQUIS(R)3-6L1157.5 unO1182970
6/21/2013KERSHAW(L)@ SAN DIEGORICHARD(L)2-5L-1506.5 ovO872840
6/22/2013GREINKE(R)@ SAN DIEGOVOLQUEZ(R)6-1W-1057.5 unU7100542
6/23/2013CAPUANO(L)@ SAN DIEGOCASHNER(R)3-1W1507.5 unU840740
6/24/2013RYU(L)SAN FRANCISCOBUMGARNER(L)3-1W-1056.5 unU6508101
6/25/2013FIFE(R)SAN FRANCISCOKICKHAM(L)6-5W-1257.5 ovO11501062
6/26/2013KERSHAW(L)SAN FRANCISCOLINCECUM(R)4-2W-1906.5 ovU1271542
6/27/2013GREINKE(R)PHILADELPHIAPETTIBONE(R)6-4W-1857.5 unO7401470
6/28/2013CAPUANO(L)PHILADELPHIALANNAN(L)1-16L-1508 unO56121111
6/29/2013RYU(L)PHILADELPHIALEE(L)4-3W+1056.5 unO65211110
7/7/2013 @ SAN FRANCISCO  
PHILADELPHIA: HITTING: This Phillies lineup had another subpar season, finishing 18th in the majors in homers (153) and 13th in runs (4.4 per game). The team re-signed free-agent SS JIMMY ROLLINS, especially because light-hitting WILSON VALDEZ is his backup. Raul Ibanez has left town, which allows OF JOHN MAYBERRY JR. to display his power on a daily basis. He had 15 HR in 267 at-bats last year. 1B RYAN HOWARD will not be ready for Opening Day after Achilles surgery in October, and will be replaced by a platoon of newcomers, JIM THOME and TY WIGGINTON. 2B CHASE UTLEY continues to be bothered by tendinitis in his knee, which has caused his numbers to drop significantly in the past two years. He will not be ready for Opening Day and no timetable has been set for his return. Veterans OF SHANE VICTORINO and C CARLOS RUIZ are both coming off typical productive seasons. OF HUNTER PENCE batted .324 with 11 HR after his trade from Houston and is poised for a huge 2012 campaign at age 28. 3B PLACIDO POLANCO is coming off his third Gold Glove season at the hot corner, but his .277 BA in 2011 was his lowest mark since 1999. Stud prospect OF DOMONIC BROWN is expected to begin the season in Triple-A.
STARTING PITCHING: ROY HALLADAY won the Cy Young Award in 2010 in his first year in Philadelphia, but he was even better in 2011, posting a career-best 2.35 ERA and also reaching a personal best with 220 strikeouts. CLIFF LEE was also outstanding in his first full season in a Phillies uniform, tallying six shutouts, which included a stretch of three straight blankings midway through the year. He wasn't afraid to pitch in Citizens Bank Park, going 11-3 with a 1.94 ERA at his new home. Like Halladay and Lee, COLE HAMELS also notched a career-best ERA (2.79) and held batters to a .214 average. Although he has the stigma of being oft-injured, Hamels was able to start 30+ games for the fourth straight season. VANCE WORLEY was impressive once he was inserted into the rotation, going 11-3 with a 3.02 ERA as a starter and fanning 73 over 74.2 innings of his final dozen starts. JOE BLANTON rounds out the rotation, but he could be limited a bit after an elbow injury cost him much of the 2011 season.
RELIEF PITCHING: Not willing to shell out the big money for inconsistent and oft-injured closer Brad Lidge, the Phillies decided to spend their dough on JONATHAN PAPELBON instead. The former Red Sox closer was 31-of-34 in save chances last year with a career-high 87 strikeouts and just 10 walks. With the departure of free agent Ryan Madson, ANTONIO BASTARDO assumes eighth-inning duties. The southpaw allowed a microscopic .144 opponents' BA, won six games and saved eight others last season. JOSE CONTERAS (age 40) returns for his seventh-inning duty and appears healthy enough to pitch following last year's season-ending elbow surgery. He is 9-of-10 in save chances since 2010.
LA DODGERS: HITTING: The Dodgers were ravaged with injuries in 2010 and finished in the bottom third in the majors in runs (4.00 per game), homers (117) and OPS (.697). None of these poor numbers were the fault of OF MATT KEMP, who finished second in MVP voting with a .324 BA, 39 HR, 126 RBI and 40 steals. He says he wants a 50-50 season in 2012. 1B JAMES LONEY had the second-most homers (12) of any returning player, and batted .357 with a .608 SLG after August 1. If speedy SS DEE GORDON learns to be more patient at the plate (7 BB in 224 AB), he could score 90 runs from the top of the order. OF ANDRE ETHIER made headlines with a 30-game hit streak, but was once again dominated by lefties (.563 OPS). The team is counting on two veterans to drive in runs. 3B JUAN URIBE has been a walking infirmary lately, but still has 15-HR power, and OF JUAN RIVERA had 46 RBI in 219 AB after coming to the Dodgers. Two guys named Ellis, 2B MARK ELLIS and C A.J. ELLIS, will bat at the bottom of the order.
STARTING PITCHING: The Dodgers remain one of the better rotations in baseball, placing third in the majors in ERA (3.41) and fourth in opponents' BA (.242). The biggest reason for the success was the NL Cy Young and Triple Crown-winning performance of CLAYTON KERSHAW, who tied for the NL lead in wins (21) and topped all NL pitchers in ERA (2.28) and strikeouts (248). Fellow southpaw TED LILLY had a down year overall (12-14, 3.97 ERA), but had a fantastic final two months of the season (2.09 ERA, 0.93 WHIP). CHAD BILLINGSLEY notched his fifth straight season of double-digit wins, despite sporting a mediocre 4.21 ERA and 1.45 WHIP. AARON HARANG signed a two-year, $12M deal to join the Dodgers rotation. He won 14 games for the lowly Padres last year and finished with a career-best 3.64 ERA. CHRIS CAPUANO left the Mets for richer pastures (2-yr, $10M) of Los Angeles. Although he pitched well at spacious Citi Field (3.82 ERA, 1.21 WHIP), he was terrible on the road (5.42 ERA, 1.51 WHIP).
RELIEF PITCHING: Jonathan Broxton is gone, ending any kind of closer controversy the Dodgers may have been trying to avoid. JAVY GUERRA is the closer, and for good reason. He converted 21-of-23 save chances while posting a 2.31 ERA, 1.18 WHIP and allowing just two homers in 46.2 innings. If Guerra falters, manager Don Mattingly can afford to have a short leash with KENLEY JANSEN as his set-up man. Jansen led the majors with an insane 16.1 K-per-9 ratio and limited opponents to a .159 BA and .228 slugging percentage. At age 24, his upside is extremely high. MATT GUERRIER is a usually reliable reliever, but he is coming off a subpar 2011 campaign (4.07 ERA, 1.27 WHIP).
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ PA SPORTSTICKER NL PREVIEW (PHILADELPHIA-LA DODGERS) ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

*Phillies-Dodgers Preview* ==========================


Philadelphia (39-43) at Los Angeles (37-43), 4:10 p.m. EDT

While Yasiel Puig has gotten plenty of attention lately for the Los Angeles Dodgers, Hanley Ramirez has been hitting even better than the rookie phenom.

Ramirez will try to continue his tear and help the Dodgers win their series against the visiting Philadelphia Phillies on Sunday.

Puig has played a key part in Los Angeles' 7-1 stretch but has cooled off slightly after hitting .455 in his first 17 major league games. He's batting .333 over his last eight, including 3 for 11 in the first three games of this series.

Ramirez, meanwhile, is 20 for 40 with five homers and 14 RBIs in his past 12.

The shortstop went 3 for 4 with a three-run homer Saturday, helping the Dodgers (37-43) bounce back from a historic defeat. A 16-1 loss Friday to Philadelphia (39-43) was their most lopsided at home since moving from Brooklyn after the 1957 season.

Los Angeles nearly blew the win, with closer Kenley Jansen giving up the tying run in the ninth, but A.J. Ellis' single in the bottom of the inning sent home Ramirez with the winning run.

"He's one of the elite hitters in all of baseball," Ellis said. "He's also a phenomenal defender and that anchor at shortstop that we sorely missed."

Ramirez is batting .357 with five homers and nine RBIs in his last eight games against Philadelphia. He's 8 for 30 (.267) with three doubles and a home run all-time versus Phillies scheduled starter Kyle Kendrick (7-4, 3.46 ERA).

The Dodgers, though, have often hammered the right-hander. Kendrick is 3-4 with a 7.97 ERA in seven career starts against Los Angeles, losing the most recent one June 6, 2012, when he gave up five runs in 5 2-3 innings of a 6-5 defeat.

Kendrick, however, heads into this matchup 1-0 with a 1.72 ERA in his last two outings. He gave up two runs over eight innings Tuesday in a 6-2 win in San Diego, notching his first victory since June 3.

That's the same day Stephen Fife (2-2, 3.41) was recalled from the minors, and he'll try to provide another solid outing for Los Angeles on Sunday. The right-hander is 2-2 with a 2.73 ERA in five starts since returning to the majors.

Fife earned the win in Tuesday's 6-5 victory over San Francisco, giving up three runs over 6 2-3 innings. He allowed more than two runs for only the second time in 11 major league starts.

Fife did not get a decision in his major league debut and only matchup against Philadelphia on July 17 despite allowing one run over six innings.

He'll next face a team that's batting .335 in its last four games and hoping to see a rejuvenated Ryan Howard on Sunday.

Howard, 0 for 14 in his last three games, was given the past two days off because Los Angeles was starting a pair of left-handers.

"I know he can still be a productive hitter. When I say productive I mean like power and knocking in runs and things like that," manager Charlie Manuel told the team's website. "He's sitting there with 40 RBIs. If we just run a streak where he could get hot he could pull right up in the there. I think the talent is still there. I think the power is still there."

Howard, though, is a career .199 hitter against the Dodgers, his worst showing against any NL club. He went 0 for 1 with two walks against Fife in July.

Philadelphia is looking to avoid losing a series at Dodger Stadium for the first time since 2008.

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