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Sincerely, Thank You Brad Lidge

Sincerely, Thank You Brad Lidge

The man who helped bring a World Series championship to Philadelphia in 2008 has moved on to the Washington Nationals signing a 1 year deal. Lidge was informed about 10 days ago that he wouldn’t

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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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Phillies Closer Congestion:  Who Deserves The Role

Phillies Closer Congestion: Who Deserves The Role

It's reminiscent of the 1930's comedy sketch, "Who's on First". But in this case, the question surrounds the ninth inning and the closer's role. So maybe it's more of a "Whose Inning Is It Anyway?"

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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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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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What To Watch For When Boston Comes To Town

What To Watch For When Boston Comes To Town

There's a lot of adjectives and terms out there that can describe the Phillies' next series against the Boston Red Sox, a team that has gone from 2-10 to 45-32. But let's go with my

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Can The Phillies Still Count On Roy Oswalt?

Can The Phillies Still Count On Roy Oswalt?

They're not a perfect team but any fair minded observers of the Phillies first half of the season has to be pleased at the way things have gone. Their hitting has been inconsistent and veteran

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Phillies Are Trying To Fight Through The Injuries Right Now

Phillies Are Trying To Fight Through The Injuries Right Now

For those who don't know, the current Disabled List for the Philadelphia Phillies is getting pretty crowded -- almost enough players to field a basketball team and on the list: Chase Utley, Jose Contreras, Brad

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