After getting a Game 5 gem from Roy Halladay, the Phillies are left asking questions about how they came up short in 2011.
The Phillies were unable to put away the Cardinals in St. Louis and now are faced with questions as they head back to Philadelphia for a deciding Game 5.
Albert Pujols fumed over the start time of Game 3, while the Cardinals stewed over all the runners they left in scoring position in a pivotal loss against the Phillies.
Tony La Russa aired his complaints about the strike zone on the mound to the umpire and on television to a national audience. It worked, because the Cardinals resonded and even their series with the Phillies.
Kyle Lohse was cruising right along and the Cardinals seemed to be heading toward a Game 1 shocker ... until the sixth inning undid all that.
The bright lights and big stage won't bother Matt Cain, say those who've known him most of his life.
Pedro Martinez's outing in Game 6 of the World Series was brief, as was his bizarre session with reporters after he tried to bolt the Phillies' clubhouse without speaking to the media.
Arkansas natives A.J. Burnett and Cliff Lee square off in Game 5 of the World Series on Monday night.
Despite Mark Teixeira's struggles, the Yankees remain content with an offense that produced 21 runs and two wins in three games in Philadelphia.
Benched in Game 2 with a .114 batting average, Nick Swisher broke out of his slump in a big way in Saturday's Game 3 to help propel the Yankees.
Dodgers starter Randy Wolf has forged a special bond with a group of fans who were behind him from the very beginning in Philadelphia.
If free-agent-to-be Pat Burrell does indeed leave Philadelphia after nine seasons, he'll leave as a champion.
James Shields is upset he couldn't finish off the Red Sox in the ALCS, but now he has a chance to pull the Rays even in the World Series.
With a trip to the World Series on the line, Phillies ace Cole Hamels was at ease going into the biggest game of his young career.
Chad Billingsley, who was roughed up in a Game 2 loss against the Phillies, was not pleased with the game called by his catcher, Russell Martin.
Phillies left-hander Cole Hamels has taken a giant leap forward in learning more about himself, and how he approaches his job.