|2013 Season (CBSSports.com)||230.00||15.00||9.00||0.00||3.01||1.06||215.00||33.00|
|Games Played By Position|
|vs Washington|| 8.0||1||0|| 2.25||0||0||9|
|vs LHB|| 28.1||0||0|| 1.91||0||6||18|
|vs RHB|| 82.0||0||0|| 2.74||0||11||80|
|06/19/2013||Anthony Rendon, 3B WAS|
Eric Young, RF NYM
Brandon Crawford, SS SF
Chris Capuano, SP LAD
|Hanley Ramirez, SS LAD|
Ian Desmond, SS WAS
Cliff Lee, SP PHI
|06/19/2013||Edwin Encarnacion, 1B TOR|
Norichika Aoki, RF MIL
A.J. Griffin, SP OAK
David Phelps, SP NYY
Steve Delabar, RP TOR
|James Shields, SP KC|
Jim Henderson, RP MIL
Cliff Lee, SP PHI
Michael Cuddyer, RF COL
|06/19/2013||Cliff Lee, SP PHI||Shin-Soo Choo, CF CIN|
|Last 7 Games|
|Cliff Lee's winning streak hits nine|
|by Chris Towers | CBSSports.com|
(6/19/13) Phillies starting pitcher Cliff Lee won his seventh decision in a row Tuesday, in a 4-2 win over the Nationals.
Lee tossed eight terrific innings, while only making two mistakes. He allowed solo home runs to Jayson Werth in the fourth and Jeff Kobernus in the eighth, while holding the Nationals scoreless otherwise. Lee limited them to five hits and walked no batters, his third start in the last five without walking a batter.
Lee struck out nine batters while throwing 82 of 110 pitches for strikes, as he lowered his ERA to 2.53. Lee now ranks first in the National League in wins with nine and first in innings pitched at 110 1/3. He also has the ninth-best ERA (2.53) and third-best WHIP (0.95) after 15 starts.
Lee will try to keep his winning streak intact in his next start, Monday against the Padres in San Diego.
|Cliff Lee develops blister in Thursday's win|
|by R.J. White | CBSSports.com|
(6/14/13) Phillies starting pitcher Cliff Lee was removed from Thursday's win over the Twins after seven innings and 101 pitches due to a blister on his hand, the Philadelphia Daily News reports. Lee moved to 8-2 with the win and has quality starts in each of his last eight games.
|Cliff Lee earns eighth win|
|by R.J. White | CBSSports.com|
(6/13/13) Phillies starting pitcher Cliff Lee moved to 8-2 on the season Thursday by holding the Twins to two earned runs on three hits and one walk in seven innings while striking out six.
Thursday's win was Lee's eighth straight quality start and also his eighth straight start pitching at least seven innings, and he is 6-0 during that stretch. He takes a 2.55 ERA and 89:17 K:BB ratio into Tuesday's home start against the Nationals.
|Cliff Lee settles for no-decision|
|by Igor Mello | CBSSports.com|
(6/7/13) Phillies starting pitcher Cliff Lee started strong but settled for a no-decision Friday night against the Brewers.
Lee surrendered two runs in the fourth inning and could not hang on to a two-run lead in the seventh, as he gave up a two-run triple to Jean Segura to tie the game. The left-hander permitted four runs -- three earned -- on eight hits and three walks while striking out nine in seven innings. He threw 122 pitches, 86 for strikes.
Lee allowed four runs for the first time since May 1, which was also the last time he suffered a loss. He is scheduled to make his next start Thursday against the Twins at Target Field.
|Cliff Lee wants to 'win,' but also remain in Philly|
|by Michael Hurcomb | CBSSports.com|
(6/5/13) In response to a FOX Sports article mentioning him as a potential trade-deadline candidate, Phillies starting pitcher Cliff Lee said that he would like to remain in Philadelphia, according to The Philadelphia Inquirer.
"Yeah, this is where I signed as a free agent and this is where I want to be," said Lee, who is in the third season of a five-year deal that guarantees him $62.5 million beyond this season. "But I definitely want to win, there's no doubt about that. That's the main thing."
Lee has a limited no-trade clause in his contract.
"I've got small control," he said. "I've got like nine teams I can choose to go to. If choose to do it, that's out of my control, but the other 20 teams I can say no, so it's still somewhat out of my control."
|Many years from now, historians will look at Cliff Lee's 2012 line and scratch their heads. Despite pitching over 200 innings for the fifth consecutive season, striking out 207 batters (ninth in MLB) and finishing with a 3.16 ERA (15th in MLB) and 1.11 WHIP (10th in MLB), Lee ended the year with just six wins. Just for context, Jason Marquis, Carlos Zambrano and Rex Brothers all had more wins than Lee last season. This is the definition of "fluke." There is no way Lee puts up similar numbers in 2013 -- and, let's be frank, they could actually improve -- and finishes with fewer than 15 wins. Cole Hamels had a nearly identical stat line and had 17 wins. Unlike 2011, the Phillies will be starting the season with Ryan Howard and Chase Utley in the lineup, giving them even better win probability. Lee, who failed to pitch a complete game for the first time since 2004, remains one of the best starters in baseball. His 2012 season just shows how insane it can be to chase wins in Fantasy. He will be an early round pick in most drafts. (Updated 12/7/12)|
|Upcoming 7 Games|
|3/16/13||@ NYY||1:05 pm||Hiroki Kuroda|
|6/21/13||NYM||7:05 pm||Jeremy Hefner|
|6/22/13||NYM||4:05 pm||Dillon Gee|
|6/23/13||NYM||1:35 pm||Matt Harvey|
|6/24/13||@ SD||10:10 pm||Eric Stults|
|6/25/13||@ SD||10:10 pm||Jason Marquis|
|6/26/13||@ SD||10:10 pm||Clayton Richard|
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