A summary of post-season statistics hastily compiled before the whistle.
Baseball Prospectus calculates that the Phillies have a 84.9 percent chance of winning the series and a 37.4 percent chance of winning it all. ... Jayson Werth leads all post-season players with 12 strikeouts, two ahead of Tampa’s B.J. Upton. ... Shane Victorino is having a great post-season, but he’s only scored four runs, the same as Carlos Ruiz, Ryan Howard and Jimmy Rollins. ... Brett Myers has four post-season hits. So do Pedro Feliz, Blake Dewitt and David Ortiz. Jason Varitez only has three. ... Phillies pitchers have recorded more strikeouts (69) than any team. They’ve also allowed the most walks (32). They have a 32/9 K/BB ratio in day games and 37/23 at night. ... The Phils are having a so-so post-season with the sticks, but they’re well represented atop the unqualified OPS leaderboard: (1. Chris Coste, 1-1, 2.000 OPS; 2. Matt Stairs, 1-3, 1.667; 3. Myers, 4-5, 1.633; 8. Greg Dobbs, 6-11, 1.220; 9. Eric Bruntlett 1-2, 1.167). ... The Phils are hitting .313 with nobody on base.