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Roy Oswalt Follows The Paths Of Roger Clemens & Pedro Martinez

Roy Oswalt Follows The Paths Of Roger Clemens & Pedro Martinez

The Detroit Tigers reached out to Roy Oswalt to fill the fifth spot of their great mix of young studs and flame throwing Justin Verlander. The former Philly rejected the $10-million offer and CBSSports’ Jon

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Joe Blanton Could Be On His Way Out

Joe Blanton Could Be On His Way Out

The Phillies have expressed interest in shedding some of their payroll and they plan to start with Joe Blanton. Blanton is due to make $8.75 million next season and if they could trade him and

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Is Twitter A Reliable Media Source, Despite Mistakes?

Is Twitter A Reliable Media Source, Despite Mistakes?

Was I surprised that Joe Paterno’s death was published early? No, timeliness is a key element of journalism and unfortunately in this case, it overshadowed that of the truth. The source of the tweet was

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Phils Avoid Arbitration And Sign Cole Hamels

Phils Avoid Arbitration And Sign Cole Hamels

After months of speculation whether the lefty would be returning to the Phillies’ clubhouse after next season, Cole Hamels and Philadelphia management agreed to a one-year $15-million contract to avoid an Arbitration Hearing. Hamels was

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Cole Hamels Is Still Without An Extension

Cole Hamels Is Still Without An Extension

The Philadelphia Phillies have made it known that their focus has turned to one man, Cole Hamels. The 14-game winner’s contract will be up after next season and the only way the Phillies can avoid

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Amazingly Ryan Madson Still Remains Unsigned

Amazingly Ryan Madson Still Remains Unsigned

The December meetings are long over and Scott Borris’ client is still without a team. Ryan Madson, who was once referred to as one of the better relievers this offseason, was close to signing a

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Where Does The Rollins Resigning Leave The Phils

Where Does The Rollins Resigning Leave The Phils

Although it isn’t the five year deal Jimmy Rollins was hoping for, I’m sure the shortstop is just happy to return to the team for another three years of service. The deal will pay the

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Phillies – A Long Shot For Michael Cuddyer

Phillies – A Long Shot For Michael Cuddyer

The Minnesota Twins inked outfielder Josh Willingham to a three-year, $21 million contract. The Twin City’s addition of “the Hammer” is far from the biggest news the Winter Meetings have brought, but they do mean

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Phils Invite Scott Podsednik Among Others To Spring Training

Phils Invite Scott Podsednik Among Others To Spring Training

The Phillies announced Wednesday that Scott Podsednik along with seven others will join Charlie Manuel’s club in Clearwater this May as non-roster invitees. Podsednik is the most notable name with a chance to prove his

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James Van Riemsdyk:  Key To Flyers Success

James Van Riemsdyk: Key To Flyers Success

If the Flyers weren’t sure how much James van Riemsdyk's presence means to the Bullies, they are after an embarrassing 2-0 loss to the New York Rangers. The Jersey native didn’t play in the contest

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