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Cliff Lee, remains winless at home since Sept. 5, 2011
- Updated: August 12, 2012
Cliff Lee was killing it Saturday night, retiring 12 straight Cardinals! Then came the sixth inning.
Lee surrendered a three-run home run to Cardinals left fielder Matt Holliday that made the difference in a 4-1 Phillies loss on Saturday night in front of 44,233 fans at Citizens Bank Park.
Lee, remains winless at home since Sept. 5, 2011, a span of 11 starts.