After a rough last outing, Jerad Eickhoff rebounded, allowing two runs in six innings in the Phillies' 6-3 win over the Brewers. By Corey Seidman (více...)
Close to full health, Phillies no longer look like the worst team in baseball
(VČERA 24. 7. 2017, 04:21:01, CSN Philly)
Jerad Eickhoff and the healthy Phillies no longer look like the worst team in baseball after a 6-3 win overÂ the Brewers Sunday. By Corey Seidman (více...)
Eickhoff notches second win with quality start
(VČERA 24. 7. 2017, 01:56:23, mlb.com)
Phillies righty Jerad Eickhoff won on Sunday after he held the Brewers to two runs on three hits and a pair of walks with six strikeouts across six frames.
Spin: The 27-year-old Eickhoff is just 2-7 with a 4.71 ERA and a 1.47 WHIP on the season. He does, however, have a much more appealing 3.13 ERA with a 24-to-10 K/BB ratio in his past four trips to the hill. It's a small sample of work, to be sure, but Eickhoff was a perfectly serviceable rotation piece as recently as 2016. He'll need to find a way to drop his 3.6 BB/9 rate closer to last season's mark of 1.9, but if he can more successfully locate the ball, Eickhoff will carry value both in NL-only formats and in deeper mixed leagues. The Phillies' lack of run support figures to deplete his chances of collecting too many wins, but those in leagues with quality starts may find him more useful. Eickhoff's next outing will come on July 29 when the Braves are in Philadelphia. (více...)
Phillies' Jerad Eickhoff might be back as the "bulldog"
After coming up just shy of 200 innings last year in his first full season in the majors while posting a 3.65 ERA, Jerad Eickhoff became a pitcher the Phillies could consistently count on. Thatâs how the right-hander earned the âbulldogâ label from manager Pete Mackanin. Of his 33 starts in 2016,... (více...)
Phillies beat Milwaukee 6-3 to win second straight series
(VČERA 24. 7. 2017, 00:07:01, Phillies Nation)
We havenât said it often, in fact, late April was the last time it happened when the Phillies won seven straight games, but the club has won back-to-back series with todayâs 6-3 win over the Milwaukee Brewers. Nick Williams continues his rookie campaign with an opposite-field two-run home run in the fourth to open the scoring. The left-handed hitter also added a walk drove in three runs total.
Philliesâ starter Jerad Eickhoffâs only trouble came in the fifth, when he allowed a two-out, two-run single to Jonathan Villar to knot the score at two. Eickhoff made it through six surrendering just three hits and the two earned runs. He also struck out six (více...)