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Ruben Amaro Should Have Been Fired Before Manuel

Ruben Amaro Should Have Been Fired Before Manuel

Something had to change. The Philadelphia Phillies are going to miss the playoffs for the second straight season. They're likely to finish below .500 for the first time since 2002. There's even a chance they

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Are The Phillies Finished?

Are The Phillies Finished?

What I’ve always admired about Philadelphia fans, we understand the big picture.  Can we be Negadelphians? Of course.  We still purchase the jerseys, over-pay for the tickets, food and beverage, and invest way too much

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Former Phillie, Ryan Madson To Miss Entire 2012 Season

Former Phillie, Ryan Madson To Miss Entire 2012 Season

The injury news out of Clearwater has been anything but good for the Phillies this spring, but it now appears things could have been a whole lot worse. As in “the season is over before

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Hot Stove:Phillies Pursuing Ramirez, Shopping Polanco, Talking To Rollins

Hot Stove:Phillies Pursuing Ramirez, Shopping Polanco, Talking To Rollins

With baseball's winter meetings underway, the Philadelphia Phillies have begun to move aggressively on their plans to improve the team for the 2012 season. General manager Ruben Amaro seems to be focused on finding ways

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Phils Invite Scott Podsednik Among Others To Spring Training

Phils Invite Scott Podsednik Among Others To Spring Training

The Phillies announced Wednesday that Scott Podsednik along with seven others will join Charlie Manuel’s club in Clearwater this May as non-roster invitees. Podsednik is the most notable name with a chance to prove his

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Is The Phillies 2008 Championship Honeymoon Over?

Is The Phillies 2008 Championship Honeymoon Over?

In 2009 when the Phillies lost in the World Series to the New York Yankees I was sad but I did not get upset the way I would have pre-2008, I felt lucky just to

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Cliff Lee throws bullpen session

Cliff Lee throws bullpen session

More than a few people got a little worried when Cliff Lee mentioned that he was dealing with a strain in his side that caused him some discomfort. Phillies fans didn't want to think about

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For Werth, It Was All About Business

You can’t blame Jayson Werth for taking the money. This was what Werth had been looking forward to for his entire career. With a World Series ring already in his possession, Werth had only one

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Manuel And Past Experience Have Been Key In Reclaiming First Place

The Phillies long run back to first place and the best record in the national league can be attributed to the team's experience, both players and management. As many as seven games back, and seemingly

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The Cliff Lee Trade Continues To Haunt The Phillies

When everything is said and done, the infamous Cliff Lee trade will go down as one of the worst trades in the history of the Phillies. The trade can be broken down into two ugly

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