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Notes From Phillies’ 7-6 Win Over Milwaukee

Notes From Phillies’ 7-6 Win Over Milwaukee

The Phillies completed a sweep of the Milwaukee Brewers on Wednesday afternoon, completing a third straight come-from-behind victory over the Brew Crew with another 7-6 victory. This may have been the most enjoyable series to

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Notes From Phillies’ 7-2 Win Over Colorado

Notes From Phillies’ 7-2 Win Over Colorado

The Phillies snapped their three-game losing streak on Tuesday night, defeating the Colorado Rockies 7-2. The victory, combined with the Nationals' loss to Tampa Bay, puts the Phillies eight games back in the division race.

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Notes From Phillies’ 5-1 Loss To Boston

Notes From Phillies’ 5-1 Loss To Boston

The final game of this weekend's series with the Boston Red Sox resulted in a 5-1 loss for the Phillies, dropping them back to the .500 mark at 21-21. For the second straight game, the

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Notes From Phillies’ 7-5 Loss To Boston

Notes From Phillies’ 7-5 Loss To Boston

The Phillies saw their six-game winning streak snapped on Saturday night, falling to the Boston Red Sox 7-5 in the second game of the series. Starter Joe Blanton has been excellent this season, but he

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Blanton Shines In Phils’ 3-1 Victory

Blanton Shines In Phils’ 3-1 Victory

The Phillies won their second game in a row on Thursday, ousting the Miami Marlins 3-1. If tonight's game was any indication, the Phillies' starting rotation may be even better than advertised in 2012. Joe

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Freddy Galvis Looking Out Of Place On Opening Day

Freddy Galvis Looking Out Of Place On Opening Day

Chase Utley missed Philadelphia’s season opener in Pittsburgh Thursday afternoon to rehab his injured knees in Arizona. With Michael Martinez on the disabled list and Wilson Valdez being dealt to Cincinnati, Charlie Manuel found himself

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Superb Pitching Anchors Phillies To Opening Day Victory

Superb Pitching Anchors Phillies To Opening Day Victory

It's all about the pitching. The Philadelphia Phillies’ championship hopes rest on the arms of their vaunted pitching staff with vast amounts of money invested in the starting rotation, and the closer. On Opening Day,

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With Mayberry At 1st, Phillies Have Nothing But Options In Leftfield

With Mayberry At 1st, Phillies Have Nothing But Options In Leftfield

Come opening day of the 2012 baseball season, the Phillies will have Hunter Pence standing in right field and Shane Victorino a few hundred feet to the left in center. While Pence may be the

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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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