The Phillies scored 4.76 runs per game in '10, the Braves scored 4.56. The Braves scored a total of 9 runs in 4 games against the Giants, which puts them at around 2.25. Against their starting pitching it was considerably less. I see the Phillies having a lot more trouble against the Giants pitching than vice-versa.
Both the Phillies and the Giants have a .212 BA so far in the playoffs, and the Phillies managed that against the Reds, who don't exactly have stellar pitching. The Giants have the best ERA in the regular season and the Reds have the 3rd best. The Phillies, who were 6th best in pitching struggled against the Red's 13th best pitching in MLB.
Mike I know math can be hard, but it can still learn ya a thing'r two if'n you pays atteshun. The Giants have every advantage heading into the division series. Whether they capitalize in that or not remains to be seen.