Enhanced Box Score: Phillies 9, Cubs 1 – July 20, 2011 July 20, 2011, by Brett Taylor Enhanced Box Scores Well, that was unpleasant. The weather. The performance. The aftertaste. All unpleasant. Ryan Dempster labored from the very beginning, and the Cubs’ bats never showed up. Ugh. We need to lighten the mood. HEAD DOWN TO THE COMMENTS OR SHARE THIS SWELL POST WITH YOUR FRIENDS: Post navigation Previous PostPrevious post:Should the Cubs Consider Trading Sean Marshall?Next Post Next post:Mike Quade Calls Out Starlin Castro – For the Third Time More From Bleacher Nation Weekend Catch-Up: The Cold Stove Thaws a Bit More, Cubs Looking Good, Much More Spring Training Miscellany: Be Awed By the Sound of Kris Bryant’s Bat Again on Reporting Day Cubs Add Outfield Prospect Charcer Burks as a Non-Roster Invitee Ben Zobrist Speaks for the Players, but I Think He Speaks for Us, Too The Good and Bad in the Huge Hosmer Deal, the Cubs Up the Middle, and Other Bullets Hot Stove Turned On Tonight: Padres Reportedly Land Eric Hosmer (UPDATE) In Confusing Transactions That Must Mean Something Else is Brewing: Rays Dump Dickerson for Cron (UPDATES: Odorizzi to Twins) Saturday Night Fun: When Kris Bryant Cleared the Green Monster with His Family There (VIDEO) A Flurry of … Creative Signings Arrives for Useful, Non-Star Players Heyward’s Goal and Playing Time Allocation, Pace-of-Play Versus Sign-Stealing, and Other Bullets Author: Brett Taylor Brett Taylor is the Editor and Lead Writer at Bleacher Nation, and you can find him on Twitter at @BleacherNation and @Brett_A_Taylor.