The Phillies have their share of problems, but they're far from alone.
Marlins: Ozzie Guillen opened his big mouth again, and this time it was an opinion that many experts are calling "the worst thing you can say" in Miami. Guillen has since apologized for his comments about Fidel Castro, but he - Guillen, that is - has been suspended for five games. If nothing else, it has become a PR nightmare for the Marlins and a lousy way to christen what the team hoped would be a magical first season in Miami.
Nationals: Anytime your closer's name is in the same sentence as Dr. James Andrews, that's never a good sign. Drew Storen may not need Tommy John Surgery - though it hasn't been ruled out yet - but as manager Davey Johnson put it: "It doesn't sound good to me." Brad Lidge is now their closer. Uh oh.
Braves: They sit at 0-4 for the first time since 1988. Going back to last season - for whatever that's worth - the Braves have lost nine straight games. Chipper Jones is supposed to return to the lineup tonight, but how much does he have left? And a Jason Heyward platoon is an actual idea being floated around. For all the talk about the Phillies' offense, the Braves have only scored 10 runs in four games.
Mets: They're 4-0 and in first place. Division race = over.