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Did The Phillies Make A Mistake By Not Jumping On Oswalt?

Did The Phillies Make A Mistake By Not Jumping On Oswalt?

After Roy Halladay was sidelined with a shoulder injury, people began speculating whether the Phillies would consider reacquiring Roy Oswalt. When choosing to hang up his cleats for a short leave last offseason, the righty

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Halladay Out 6-8 Weeks

Halladay Out 6-8 Weeks

It looks like Roy Halladay's shoulder problem is indeed serious. The Phillies placed the ace on the 15-day disabled list, and expect him to miss between six to eight weeks with a right latissimus dorsi

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Roy Halladay No Longer Dominant

Roy Halladay No Longer Dominant

Phillies' starter Roy Halladay has been having a subpar year. Ten starts into the 2012 season, the former Blue Jay is 4-5 with a 3.98 ERA. While those numbers aren't necessarily bad, they're clearly a

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Offer Must Be To Substantial To Sign Cole Hamels At Midseason

Offer Must Be To Substantial To Sign Cole Hamels At Midseason

Ruben Amaro Jr. knows Cole Hamels should have been resigned before the season begun.The two sides have been constantly discussing a contract extension since Christmas but the deal has made as little progress. Hamels got

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Phillies’ Bats Finally Light Up Josh Johnson

Phillies’ Bats Finally Light Up Josh Johnson

In his four previous starts against the Phillies, Miami pitcher Josh Johnson had Philadelphia's number. The ace had 2-1 record with a 0.65 ERA against the Phils since the 2010 season. His only loss came

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Phillies Fans Will Have To Face Up To The Truth

Phillies Fans Will Have To Face Up To The Truth

If the Phillies offensive struggles during spring training wasn’t enough of an indication as to what fans should expect from this season’s Fightins, then their 2.3 rpg in the Pirates season factored in by their

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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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The Effect Of Matt Cain’s Deal On Cole Hamel Negotiations

The Effect Of Matt Cain’s Deal On Cole Hamel Negotiations

The richest contract ever given to a right-handed pitcher in Major League Baseball history was signed earlier this week. Can you guess who signed it? Roy Halladay? Nope, try again. Reigning American League Cy Young

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Notes From Phillies’ 7-5 Win Over Detroit

Notes From Phillies’ 7-5 Win Over Detroit

The Phillies fought back from a four-run deficit on Friday to earn a 7-5 victory over the Detroit Tigers. Philadelphia put on a three-run rally in the sixth inning, and added four more in the

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Notes From Phillies’ 7-4 Loss To Yankees

Notes From Phillies’ 7-4 Loss To Yankees

The Phillies dropped their second game of Grapefruit League play on Sunday to the New York Yankees, losing 7-4. For the second straight game, Philadelphia got out to a 2-0 lead, only to see it

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