Four Phillies pitchers, led by Cole Hamels, combined on a no-hitter in the Phillies' 7-0 win over the Atlanta Braves Monday afternoon.
A night after no-hitting the Braves, the Phillies look to win for the 9th time in their last 11 games against playoff-hopeful teams.
Marlon Byrd and the bullpen have been bright spots for the Phillies this season, so it was fitting they got to share in Monday's no-hitter against the Braves.
3hPhillies closer Jonathan Papelbon appeared somewhat bored with the team's first-ever combined no-hitter yesterday.
15hWe recap Monday's action in MLB, including the Cardinals beating the Pirates to move past the Brewers for first place in the NL Central.
15hThe Phillies combined to no-hit the Braves on Monday. Here are some facts and figures, and a chance for free Domino's pizza.
19hAfter combining to no-hit the Braves on Monday, the Phillies announced their September call-ups, including Maikel Franco.
20hPhillies analyst Ben Davis said Ryne Sandberg made the "right decision" in pulling Cole Hamels after six innings of the Phils' combined no-hitter Monday.
20hTom McCarthy and Matt Stairs recap the Phillies' 7-0 win over the Braves, the first combined no-hitter in franchise history.
21hCole Hamels was pulled after 6 no-hit innings and 108 pitches, but 3 Phillies relievers completed the combined no-hitter in a 7-0 win in Atlanta.
Their win over the Mariners on Aug. 20 improved the Phils to 6-11 this season in interleague play.