Is Roy Halladay Hall Of Fame-Worthy?
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The Toronto Blue Jays announced on Monday that the team signed right-handed pitcher Roy Halladay to a one-day contract, upon which Halladay will retire after 16 years in the majors. Halladay is coming off shoulder injuries over the past two […]

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PHILADELPHIA PHILLIES

Philadelphia Phillies

The Philadelphia Phillies‘ bullpen is off to a shaky start, but is starting to find consistency. Jonathan Papelbon is paid to be the trusty anchor at the backend of the clubs’ bullpen, but he has again struggled early on. With […]

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Jonathan Papelbon

Manager Ryne Sandberg and the Philadelphia Phillies are in quite the pickle with Jonathan Papelbon and the closing role for the remainder of the 2014 season. General manager Ruben Amaro Jr. signed Papelbon to a four-year, $50 million contract prior […]

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Chase Utley

The Philadelphia Phillies‘ second basemen, Chase Utley, entered this afternoon’s game hitting .389 with one home run and four RBIs. After a slow Spring Training, there was concern that he was not going to be able to produce this season. During 21 […]

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Ryan Howard Phillies

While the 2014 season is still in its infancy stage, Philadelphia Phillies first baseman Ryan Howard has already managed to produce an alarming statistic. In 13 at-bats over the course of the first three games, Howard has struck out seven […]

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Jayson Nix

A year ago, Jayson Nix was in the starting lineup for the New York Yankees on opening day and just missed that honor by one day for the Philadelphia Phillies. Despite getting a hit in his first at-bat for the […]

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Marlon Byrd, Philadelphia Phillies,

The earliest inter-league game in major league history might or might not have supplied a view into the future for the Philadelphia Phillies, but consider this telling fact: The Phillies did not score 10 runs in a single game until […]

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