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Nationals @ Phillies, Game 1
« Topic Start: September 28, 2007, 05:50:54 PM »
  Game Time: 7:05 pm    TV: MASN 2    Radio: WWWT 1500, 107.7 FM

Cole Hamels
14-5, 3.54 ERA

Tim Redding
3-5, 3.53 ERA

(SS) Jimmy Rollins
(RF) Shane Victorino
(2B) Chase Utley
(1B) Ryan Howard
(CF) Aaron Rowand
(LF) Pat Burrell
(3B) Greg Dobbs
(SC) Carlos Ruiz
(SP) Cole Hamels

D'Angelo Jimenez (SS)
Ronnie Belliard (2B)
Ryan Zimmerman (3B)
Austin Kearns (RF)
Wily Mo Pena (LF)
Tony Batista (1B)
Jesus Flores (SC)
Justin Maxwell (CF)
Tim Redding (SP)

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Redding has developed into a legitimate Major League starter this season, and Saturday's
outing was his best yet. A lack of offense denied him a decision after he pitched 6 2/3
innings and allowed just one run. His command was strong as he struck out seven batters
and allowed just two runners to move into scoring position. He'll look to further cement
his status as a candidate for next season's rotation during his final start of 2007.

On a 75-pitch pitch count in his second start removed from a left elbow strain, Hamels
allowed one run in five innings to the Nationals on Sept. 23. He should be able to push
his limit to 100 pitches for what could be a very important start, as far as the Phillies
playoff chances are concerned.