Left-handers J.A. Happ and Scott Olsen are scheduled when the Phils and Nats wrap up this afternoon. The Phils will also get their 2009 National League rings and honor Jackie Robinson Day.
Pinch me: From Iceman during last night's game thread: "My father has cried twice in front of me during my life (his own father dying, and at the death of his brother, who died serving overseas). That's it. Never in the 25 years I've known him. Tonight, he sat on the couch with my mom and brothers, after Utley's first homer, he very obviously welled up. He didn't draw attention to it, but once I saw him, everyone turned their heads looking for an explanation. First, he told us to go to hell. Then after enough 'Cmon, Dad's' from my younger brothers, he says 'You cannot possibly imagine what a pleasure and a privilege it is to watch this team. I have seen 95 percent of all Phillies games since 1960 and it has mostly been a death sentence; 1980 was great, but it is nothing compared to what's being built up now. These guys play with a personality that is exactly fit for this town, and it's a personaility that is not necessarily a will to win any more than it is a refusal to lose. I've just ... I've never seen anything like it, and I never thought I'd see the day where the Phillies are actually taken seriously."