How Did Carlos Ruiz’s 2006 Promotion Impact Current State Of Philadelphia Phillies?
Brad Penner-USA TODAY Sports

With the glory years clearly in the rearview mirror, I will take the next couple of weeks to review the major transactions that lead up to the best period in Philadelphia Phillies history, and how it impacts the team today […]

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PHILADELPHIA PHILLIES

Howard Smith-USA TODAY Sports

With the Los Angeles Dodgers‘ ace lefty Clayton Kershaw still on the sidelines watching, the Philadelphia Phillies‘ other ace lefty Cole Hamels finally made his 2014 season debut. Hamels has been on the disabled list since the start of the […]

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Carlos Ruiz Philadelphia Phillies

The Philadelphia Phillies‘ lineup is unbalanced in 2014, with a bevy of left-handed hitters scattered throughout the order. With very few options as the team’s go-to right-handed bat, the Phillies need catcher Carlos Ruiz to assume that role in order […]

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Cody Asche

The Philadelphia Phillies thought enough of young third baseman Cody Asche to cut insurance policy Kevin Fransden late in the spring. Asche was seen as no worse than bridging the gap between last year’s failed experiment, the well-traveled Michael Young, […]

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Ryan Howard

To be a fan of the Philadelphia Phillies these days seems to be more a matter of waiting to see who gets on and off the disabled list than checking the lineup. Earlier this week, setup man Mike Adams got […]

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Chase Utley, Philadelphia Phillies,

On the fifth anniversary of the passing of the most popular Philadelphia Phillies icon of his generation, the current most popular team icon Chase Utley hit a home run in the bottom of the eighth inning to break a tie and win […]

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A.J. Burnett Philadelphia Phillies

For how things have transpired so far this year for the Philadelphia Phillies, an injury to an important player seemed to be in the cards. That player happened to be starting pitcher A.J. Burnett. Friday night was yet another lengthy […]

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