The line is so fine for the Phillies this season, and nobody exemplifies that more than Cliff Lee.

He was dominant through seven innings Tuesday, striking out 12, allowing just two hits. Yet Lee remained winless on the season after giving up a two-run double to Elian Herrera in the eighth inning.

The pitch was a hanging curveball. It was Lee's 122nd pitch of the night. That was all it took to send the Phillies to a 2-1 loss, their fourth straight. Lee, meanwhile, fell to 0-3 with a 2.92 ERA.

"I'm not really frustrated," Lee said. "I'm not. All I can do is throw pitches. I don't set goals that I have to have this many wins or whatever. I just want to put as many zeroes up as I can, go deep, throw strikes, don't walk guys, give the team a chance to win. That's all I can do.