Perhaps Phillies fans expected to see a complete game shutout by an efficient pitcher giving up only 3 hits, striking out ten batters, and walking none. It is likely that few of those fans would have expected the performance from Ian Kennedy rather than Cliff Lee.
Lee was not terrible - in seven innings of work, he used a characteristically efficient 102 pitches, walked just one, struck out twelve, and gave up only 5 hits. Unfortunately, two of the hits were home runs - one to Chris Young, and the other to the immortal Gerardo Parra. With no credible threats from the Phillies all night, the four runs might as well have been forty.
Michael Stutes made his MLB debut in the eighth, pitching a scoreless inning with no baserunners and striking out one. This just had the feel of "one of those nights" where nothing was going to break right for the Phillies. It was a stinker. Go get 'em tomorrow.
Tomorrow, it is expected that the vacationing WholeCamels will return the tiki statue to its rightful place before the Phillies play their next game. Tonight's game was, of course, entirely his fault, as evidenced by the Fangraph below: