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Scott Podsednik Traded To Red Sox

Scott Podsednik Traded To Red Sox

Ruben Amaro Jr reached a deal with Ben Cherington that sent the once non-roster invitee, Scott Podsednik to the Boston Red Sox in return for cash. The move is good for the Phillies because Podsednik

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I Don’t Agree With Jason Avant Or The Fans Who Criticize Him

I Don’t Agree With Jason Avant Or The Fans Who Criticize Him

“We look at home games like road games. We like to get booed by our fans. We don’t want people jumping on our bandwagon now." Oh, Jason Avant. After the Eagles drubbing of the Cowboys

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Is Trading For Mets Outfielder Carlos Beltran A Good Idea?

Is Trading For Mets Outfielder Carlos Beltran A Good Idea?

The Phillies have recently emerged as one of the front-runners in getting the services of veteran outfielder Carlos Beltran. The Philadelphia club is in good position to make a move to get the switch-hitting 34-year

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Hamels to start on Tuesday

Hamels to start on Tuesday

Phillie Nation was concerned on Thursday when Cole Hamels took a comebacker on his glove hand against the Boston Red Sox and had to leave the game. It seemed like he'd be fine, but you

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Lee Continues Dominance With Third Consecutive Shutout

Lee Continues Dominance With Third Consecutive Shutout

Cliff Lee has been the hottest pitcher in baseball in the month of June, and isn’t showing any signs of cooling off anytime soon. Facing the top offense in baseball, the former Cy Young award

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Analyzing The Phillies-Red Sox Pitching Matchups

Analyzing The Phillies-Red Sox Pitching Matchups

With the Phillies set to begin a highly anticipated series against the Boston Red Sox on Tuesday night, here is a look at the coming pitching matchups. Tuesday:  Josh Beckett (6-2, 1.86 ERA) vs Cliff

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Phillies Fans Named “Worst In America”

Phillies Fans Named “Worst In America”

GQ magazine, a fashion magazine that decided to dabble into the sports world, has released their list of “Worst Sports Fans in America”, and guess who finished on top? That’s right, Philadelphia Phillies fans. Topping

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Phillies working “very, very aggressively” to move Werth

It's funny how all the "they have to re-sign Werth!" chants have faded. After a stellar 2009 season with 36 bombs and 99 RBI's, Werth has been just ok this year. He was off to

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Seriously, Interleague Play Could Break The Phillies

Over the next two and a half weeks, the Phillies are going to face a number of strong teams in interleague play. They’ll be matched up against the Boston Red Sox, the New York Yankees,

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Halladay Bounces Back From Poor Outing With Perfection

In his last start Roy Halladay had shown that he was human, but in his effort last night he disproved that. What a way to rebound from his worst start of the season? Halladay pitched

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