Wednesday, May 13, 2009

Phillies sweep away Rays


Last fall the Philadelphia Phillies powered to a World Series championship by downing the Tampa Bay Rays.

Not to be outdone by their major league counterparts, the South Beaches Phillies swept a two-game series from the Beachside Rays last week, taking the first game 14-3 and posting 12-2 win in the rematch.

In the first game, Tyler Phillips of the South Beaches Phillies pitched four innings and struck out seven to record the win. Phillips also helped his own cause by hitting his second home run of the year and driving in six runs.

P.J. Robinson of the Phillies hit his third home run and drove in three runs. Tom Bell had three hits and three RBIs and Trip McGinty scored three runs for the Phillies.

In the rematch Bobby Bils and McGinty combined to pitch a one-hitter for the Phillies.

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