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Offense Comes Alive Late, Phillies Steal A Game From Chicago

Offense Comes Alive Late, Phillies Steal A Game From Chicago

For the second straight game, it looked as though the Phillies offense would be unable to produce enough runs to defeat the Cubs. However, the team managed to rally late in the game to steal

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What The Phils Need To Do As They Make Their 2nd Half Run

What The Phils Need To Do As They Make Their 2nd Half Run

Somewhere underneath the thick July humidity you can feel that frosty bite of October air. After the San Francisco Giants stole the team’s chances at a third straight appearance in the World Series with a

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Why Do The Phillies Seek A Closer?

Why Do The Phillies Seek A Closer?

The trade winds are blowing in and its with rumors of the Phillies looking to acquire closers such as the Padres’ Heath Bell, and the Royals’ Joakim Soria. The question is…WHY!?! The Phillies as a

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Joakim Soria Places Phillies On No-Trade List

Joakim Soria Places Phillies On No-Trade List

The Phillies are getting ready for the second half of the season, but before they prepare for their postseason run, the team still has a few needs that they would like to address come the

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Phillies Midseason Review: Surprising Players

Phillies Midseason Review: Surprising Players

With the baseball season at its midpoint, the Phillies have had several players surprise them with excellent play. Antonio Bastardo, Cole Hamels, Ryan Madson, Mike Stutes, and Vance Worley have all more than surpassed expectations

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Danys Baez Continues To Disappoint

Danys Baez Continues To Disappoint

We all know that one person who cannot keep anything going in their life, whether it be a relationship or a job. Perhaps he or she is a close friend of yours, someone you see

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Is Phils’ Pitching Coach Rich Dubee Underrated?

Is Phils’ Pitching Coach Rich Dubee Underrated?

In theory, anybody could look good as a pitching coach when the starting rotation includes, Hamels, Halladay, Oswalt, and Lee. The “Four Aces” make Phillies pitching coach Rich Dubee look expendable but the truth is

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Four Phillies Named To The All-Star Team

Four Phillies Named To The All-Star Team

Major League Baseball announced the rosters of the 2011 All-Star teams on Sunday. The Phillies will have at least four players representing them in the game, with Roy Halladay, Cliff Lee, Cole Hamels, and Placido

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Phillies Young Pitchers Grow Up Fast Against Boston

Phillies Young Pitchers Grow Up Fast Against Boston

Before the season started, pitchers Vance Worley, Mike Stutes, and Antonio Bastardo were three names that were barely on the Phillies’ radar. All three pitchers were young, untested arms, each vying for a spot on

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Phillies Lose Another Closer, Madson To The DL

Phillies Lose Another Closer, Madson To The DL

The Phillies revealed some bad news on Tuesday by placing Ryan Madson on the 15-day disabled list with a contusion in his right hand. The righthanded reliever had his pitching hand struck by a line

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