CHICAGO, IL - JULY 18: Roy Halladay #34 of the Philadelphia Phillies pitches against the Chicago Cubs on July 18, 2011 at Wrigley Field in Chicago, Illinois. (Photo by David Banks/Getty Images)
The Phillies will look to stay hot behind Roy Halladay on Monday when the Brewers come to town.
After winning in walk-off fashion against the San Francisco Giants on Sunday afternoon, the Philadelphia Phillies will look to keep the good vibes coming against the Milwaukee Brewers on Monday in Citizens Bank Park.
While the National League East is almost certainly out of reach with the Phillies trailing the Washington Nationals by 14 games, the Wild Card is mildly less daunting. It would require a massive comeback, but Philly trails in that race by 10.5 games.
The Phillies will have Roy Halladay on the mound, only making his second start after missing a month and a half. In his previous outing, Halladay was good against the Los Angeles Dodgers, allowing two runs in five innings while picking up a no-decision.
Milwaukee will counter with Randy Wolf. The 35-year-old hasn't been effective this year, posting just a 3-6 record with a ballooned ERA of 5.60. However, Wolf did pitch well in his last start, beating the St. Louis Cardinals by going 6.2 innings and surrendering just two runs.
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