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Phils Have Done Well So Far, But They’re Not Finished

Phils Have Done Well So Far, But They’re Not Finished

In recent years, the Phillies have spiced up the offseason by pulling off unexpected moves that have caught some fans off guard. Whether it was the Brad Lidge trade in 2007, the Roy Halladay/Cliff Lee

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Defense & Turnover Issues Are Plaguing The Flyers

Defense & Turnover Issues Are Plaguing The Flyers

The Philadelphia Flyers have looked downright atrocious in losing four out of their last five games. In those four losses they have been outscored by a 23-12 margin. Say what you want about the current

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Could Howard’s Injury Give Brown The Chance To Change Minds This Spring?

Could Howard’s Injury Give Brown The Chance To Change Minds This Spring?

Earlier this week, I discussed possible changes and turnover within the Phillies after their early ousting at the hands of the Cardinals. I already touched on the infield so let’s continue the trend and take

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Planning the Phillies Infield Going Forward

Planning the Phillies Infield Going Forward

When a team fails to live up to the lofty expectations set by management and fans alike, change and turnover is inevitable. That is exactly the situation the Philadelphia Phillies find themselves in after quietly

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Phillies Offensive Struggles Continue As Game Five Approaches

Phillies Offensive Struggles Continue As Game Five Approaches

Last week, before the National League Division Series with the Cardinals began, I wrote that the Phillies are far and away the best team in baseball and that the only team that can beat them

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The Phillies-Cardinals National League Divisional Series Matchup

The Phillies-Cardinals National League Divisional Series Matchup

The epic collapses and improbable Wild Card drama is in the rear view mirror. The Major League Baseball playoffs are set and our Phillies have drawn the St. Louis Cardinals in the National League Division

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Up And Down Day For Eagles Receivers In Battle Against The Falcons

Up And Down Day For Eagles Receivers In Battle Against The Falcons

Athletes are remembered for how they perform during the biggest moments of the biggest games. Unfortunately for the Eagles’ receiving corps, the missed opportunities will overshadow the impressive stat lines recorded in Sunday night’s nationally

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Phillies Pitching Will Be The Key & Cliff Lee Should Be No. 1 Starter

Phillies Pitching Will Be The Key & Cliff Lee Should Be No. 1 Starter

After Wednesday night’s thrilling 3-2 come from behind win over visiting Atlanta, the Phils stand 10.5 games up on the Braves in the NL East and have a division clinching magic number of 12. They

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The Case For Danny Briere To Be Captain

The Case For Danny Briere To Be Captain

Hurricane-force winds of change blew through Flyerland this summer. Among others, gone are the Orange and Black’s leading goal scorer, one of their top playmakers, a gritty, fan-favorite tough guy, and, perhaps most shockingly, the

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What Will We Learn About The Phils After These 33 Games In 31 Days?

What Will We Learn About The Phils After These 33 Games In 31 Days?

Mother Nature can be remorseless at times. Residents of the Delaware Valley know that all too well after the past few weeks. So do our local baseball heroes and their September schedule just got a

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