1. Roy Oswalt Makes Philadelphia Very Happy

    The Phillies got their man this afternoon according to FOXSports’ Ken Rosenthal. The Phils sent left-handed pitcher J.A...

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  2. Philadelphia Eagles Show No Love For BYU RB Harvey Unga

    I guess speculation that Andy Reid, a BYU alum, would pursue RB Harvey Unga in the NFL Supplemental Draft was misplaced. Unga, BYU’s all-time leading rusher, was selected by the Chicago Bears with the 12th pick in the seventh round ...

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  3. The Philadelphia 76ers' Worst Free Agent Signings of the Past 20 Years

    Despite the awful product that is the National Basketball Association, there’s a considerable buzz circulating about the possible destinations of some of league’s top free-agents...

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  4. Phillies Rewind: Revisiting The Bobby Abreu Trade

    At the 2006 trade deadline the Phillies, 49-56 at the time, unloaded mercurial OF Bobby Abreu to the Yankees. Not for a windfall of prospects but, to Phillies fans’ dismay, to simply unload an expensive player...

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  5. Somalia Takes Issue with Michael Vick's Ed Block Courage Award

    By voting for Michael Vick to win the team's Ed Block courage award, the Eagles as a team have let us all down. To honor a man who is trying to regain his once lofty standing in the NFL because ...

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  6. Roy Halladay in Philadelphia: This May Actually Be Going Down!

    FOXsports.com is reporting that Roy Halladay is in Philadelphia right now , and could be a Phillie very soon. "The only reasons for the Blue Jays right-hander to be in Philly would be to negotiate a contract extension, take a physical or both...

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  7. Roy Halladay For Cliff Lee: It Could Happen, But Should Phillies Do It?

    With the winter meetings over and the Phillies' bench restocked, fans have turned their attention to Ruben Amaro Jr.'s non-attempts to trade for Toronto's Roy Halladay...

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  8. USFL Supplemental Draft Quiz

    With the recent ESPN documentary chronicling the rise and fall of the now legendary United States Football League I did a little research into how the players from that league were distributed to NFL teams...

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  9. Phillies Win, But Hamels' Display Disappoints

    Cole Hamels may have come away with the win Thursday, but his behavior after Chase Utley’s 5th-inning throwing error was disturbing...

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  10. Philadelphia Eagles: Kings of the Cassell

    For the Eagles, the Kansas City Chiefs were like the girl you hook up with right after getting dumped - just what you needed...

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  11. Sad End To Shawn Andrews' Eagles Career?

    Andy Reid ended Shawn Andrews' 2009 season today, placing him on injured reserve after his balky back just would not allow him back on the field...

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  12. Bryan Smith's release Means Andy Reid's Draft Record Takes Another Hit

    Another year and another Andy Reid high draft pick gets cut. Defensive end Bryan Smith, the 83rd-overall pick in the 2008 draft out of McNeese State, was cut yesterday as the Eagles trimmed their roster down to 53...

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  13. Rod Hood: The Eagles Got It Right Again

    As much as Andy Reid and his front office staff have been criticized in the past for poor drafting, you have to hand it to them when it comes to knowing when to let go of players. The latest example, cornerback Rod Hood...

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  14. 53-Man Guess: The 2009 Philadelphia Eagles Roster

    The third preseason game is in the books and it’s time to speculate on the makings of the final 53-man roster, which needs to be finalized by Sept. 5...

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  15. Phils Should Pass On Halladay and Bolster The Bullpen

    The Phils fell to the Cubbies this afternoon and two worrisome roster spots reared their heads again in the 10-5 loss—Chad Durbin and Brad Lidge...

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  16. Is Josh Willingham Coming to Philadelphia?

    According to Scout.com the Phillies and Nats could be working on a potential deal for outfielder and right-hand bat Josh Willingham...

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  17. Roy Halladay Necessary to Phillies?

    With all the scuttlebutt out there about the Phillies going hard after Toronto's Roy Halladay at the expense of their surprisingly fertile farm system, they've quietly won 12 of their last 13 games, and opened up a very comfortable 6...

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  18. Philadelphia Phillies: No Untouchables in Effort to Obtain Roy Halladay

    When it comes to securing a top of the rotation starter like Roy Halladay the word "untouchable" should be removed from any minor league prospect in the Phillies system. Not Kyle Drabek...

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  19. The Phillies Scuttlebutt: Roy Halladay and Javier Vazquez

    Roy Halladay With word circulating that Toronto ace Roy Halladay is potentially on the table, the Philadelphia Phillies are of course put at the top of the list of potential suitors...

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  20. Could the Philadelphia Phillies Acquire Javier Vazquez?

    The rumors of the Phils being interested in Chien-Ming Wang (and actually making an offer to the Yankees for him) are probably dead in the water after he left today’s game with shoulder issues...

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  21. Phillies All-Star Infielders since 1983

    Since 1983 the Fightin' Phillies have participated in three World Series (1983, 1993, and 2008), culminating in last season's glorious World Championship win over the Tampa Bay Rays. In between those appearances the Phils have generally been God awful...

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