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Phillies Bats need to be Clutch in 2012

Phillies Bats need to be Clutch in 2012

Spring training is officially underway in Clearwater and the Phillies enter 2012 eager to get the bad taste out of their mouths from the bitter end to the 2011 season. Pitchers and catchers have officially

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Are You Excited About Phillies’ Pitchers And Catchers Reporting?

Are You Excited About Phillies’ Pitchers And Catchers Reporting?

The most overrated day of the year has arrived. Ahh, that’s right, pitchers and catchers have officially reported to Clearwater, Florida. It is severely annoying when someone in the beginning of February gives the ‘two

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Hamels Isn’t Hollywood, He’s A Real Philly Guy

Hamels Isn’t Hollywood, He’s A Real Philly Guy

I am at work today and as usual not doing work. I was messing around on Twitter on my phone checking some "Hot Stove" action. Hot Stove! When I read a Tweet from Marshall Harris

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Phils Have Done Well So Far, But They’re Not Finished

Phils Have Done Well So Far, But They’re Not Finished

In recent years, the Phillies have spiced up the offseason by pulling off unexpected moves that have caught some fans off guard. Whether it was the Brad Lidge trade in 2007, the Roy Halladay/Cliff Lee

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Ruben, It’s Time To Pony Up For Cole Hamels

Ruben, It’s Time To Pony Up For Cole Hamels

The lightning rod that is Cole Hamels. When it comes to Hamels, the former World Series MVP there is always a ton of opinions of him from his comment regarding wishing that the season was

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How To Make The Phillies Champions Again

How To Make The Phillies Champions Again

Ever since Ryan Howard’s ground ball rolled harmlessly to Nick Punto to end game 5 of the NLDS, and ended all hope of another Phillies world championship, there has been a lot of speculation on

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New Emphasis on Rules In The NFL And NHL

New Emphasis on Rules In The NFL And NHL

Honestly, I don't have an issue with the rules in baseball or basketball. Baseball is a game of judgment, and regardless of how many bad calls umpires can make, we would not know how bad

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Phillies And The Opportunity For A Dynasty

Phillies And The Opportunity For A Dynasty

The St. Louis Cardinals once again proved to the sports world that championships aren’t won on paper and if you have momentum going into October you can beat anyone. They definitely caught a few breaks

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No Major Changes Expected In Phils Pitching Rotation

No Major Changes Expected In Phils Pitching Rotation

The Phillies’ rotation was the back end of a lot of problems the team faced this post-season. Granted Roy Holladay and Cole Hamels pitched up to expectations, Cliff Lee and Roy Oswalt were non-existent. In

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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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