Philadelphia Phillies’ Tyler Cloyd May Be Playing For His MLB Future

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The Philadelphia Phillies welcomed the San Diego Padres to Philadelphia for the beginning of a three-game stint, and it did not begin well for the men in red. Tyler Cloyd, the young and hopefully still promising starting pitcher, took the bump and failed terribly. Through […]

Philadelphia’s Sweep Of Atlanta Braves Shows Phillies Still Relevant

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During the first full weekend of September, the Philadelphia Phillies hosted the Atlanta Braves for a three game set. Previous to this stint, the Phillies were 7-8 against their NL East counterparts, including losses in five of their last six […]

Philadelphia Phillies’ Ryne Sandberg, Wins Despite Inconsistency

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Since Ryne Sandberg has been at the helm of the Philadelphia Phillies, the team has been far from fantastic, to say the least. However, the Phils have won a bunch of games in a plethora of ways, with a plethora of people. Since Sandberg’s […]

Michael Martinez: Worst Player On Philadelphia Phillies

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When the Philadelphia Phillies recalled utility player Michael Martinez, I was once again left scratching my head. Martinez made his Phillies debut on April 3, 2011 against the Houston Astros substituting for the injured center fielder Shane Victorino. Believe it or not, he had a hit […]

Philadelphia Phillies’ Cody Asche Finally Coming Into His Own

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Philadelphia Phillies‘ future 3B Cody Asche has been up in the majors for a handful of weeks now and after some early struggles, he has been slowly gaining some confidence at the plate and in the field. Tonight’s 2-1 victory over […]

Philadelphia Phillies: 5 Players Who Shouldn’t Be Back

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Has Roy Halladay Done Enough To Remain With Philadelphia Phillies?

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Last night, the Philadelphia Phillies ended their series with the Washington Nationals with a 3-2 defeat. As we’ve seen many times before this season, the bullpen full of misfits blew the lead after the starter has left. In last night’s case, […]

What To Watch For When Roy Halladay Takes Mound For Philadelphia Phillies

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Roy Halladay‘s future with the Philadelphia Phillies is in question as we near the end of the 2013 season and possibly even his career. But as Halladay makes his first start of this month, there are a few factors to look […]

Ethan Martin Not An Answer For Philadelphia Phillies

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Ethan Martin lasted just four innings Tuesday night against the Washington Nationals, meaning the young Philadelphia Phillies‘ starter has gone four innings or less in three of his six starts. In the course of those six starts, Martin has gone […]

Philadelphia Phillies: Cuban Pitcher Miguel Alfredo Gonzalez Exactly What Team Needs

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As the MLB trade deadline approached, the Philadelphia Phillies were rumored to have signed Cuban Pitcher Miguel Alfredo Gonzalez to a deal worth up to $50 million. Well, as of Aug. 30, that lucrative deal became official, and it’s nowhere […]

Philadelphia Phillies: Cliff Lee Struggles Against Chicago Cubs

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Cliff Lee entered Sunday’s afternoon showdown with the Chicago Cubs boasting an 11-6 record this season, and a record of 4-0 in six starts vs. the Cubbies. Unfortunately for Lee and the Philadelphia Phillies, he was unable to add a […]

Why Philadelphia Phillies Should Keep Cliff Lee And Jonathan Papelbon Despite Big Contracts

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Just one month ago when the MLB trade deadline was upon us, rumors flew left and right as to what the Philadelphia Phillies were going to do with Cliff Lee and Jonathan Papelbon. As we all came to realize, neither was traded and both […]