Philadelphia Phillies: Jimmy Rollins No Longer an Asset

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In 2007, the Philadelphia Phillies looked poised to win a NL pennant and possibly a World Series. Most players in the lineup were hitting solidly, but there was one exception. That exception was SS Jimmy Rollins. In 2007, Rollins was […]

Philadelphia Phillies Should Be Careful With Roy Halladay

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Just hours after an 18-inning loss to the Arizona Diamondbacks, the Philadelphia Phillies recalled Starting Pitcher Roy Halladay from the minors, just before he was to make another rehab start. Though Halladay’s numbers were fine (6.0 IP, 4 H, 2 ER, 2 K) […]

Top 5 Walk-Off Hits of The Philadelphia Phillies 2013 Season

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Philadelphia Phillies Need Cliff Lee To Continue Limiting The Damage

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The Philadelphia Phillies and New York Mets squared off in Citi Field Monday night and a former Cy Young Award winner shined bright, shutting down a reeling Mets squad. Cliff Lee, arguably the Phillies’ best pitcher, gave up a second-inning hit to Marlon Byrd, […]

Philadelphia Phillies’ Gritty Play Leads To Walk-Off Win

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Charlie Manuel was relieved of his duties from the Philadelphia Phillies organization just eight days ago. However, after a slow start, the rejuvenated Phillies and new manager Ryne Sandberg are playing possibly their grittiest ball of the season. Three nights ago, it […]

Darin Ruf, Cody Asche Keys To Philadelphia Phillies Future

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                          After an abomination of a 2013 spring and summer, the Philadelphia Phillies head into the fall portion of the season with a new manager, new issues and […]