Speaking of run differentials, take a look at the Oakland A's in the standings below: they've scored one more run than they've allowed this season, but have a record that's only a half-game better than the Phillies. How are they managing to do this you ask? They are 3-15 in one-run games -- having an MLB-worst 4.76 bullpen ERA isn't helping on that front.
NL Standings and Key Stats
Phillies Stats vs. last year, and vs. the Reds
He’ll get to 5th all-time in total bases shortly (needs 10), as well as to 12th in most games at short (needs 9). He’ll reach Alan Trammell at #11 in hits in the next month or two (needs 22).
He could get to 4th in doubles among all switch hitters in history by the end of the season (needs 17).