1. Philadelphia Phillies: Is 2011 the Most Important Year in Jimmy Rollins' Career?

    Philadelphia Phillies shortstop Jimmy Rollins is at a crossroads in his career. How J-Roll performs in 2011 will not only determine who he will play for in 2011, but could also define the rest of his career...

    William Zeltman Written by William Zeltman about over 3 years ago 141 reads 0 comments

  2. Dallas Green Loses Granddaughter in Arizona Slaying

    The 9-year-old girl killed in yesterday's horrific slayings in Tucson, Ariz. was Christina Taylor Green. She was the granddaughter of Philadelphia Phillies former manager Dallas Green...

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  3. Danys But No Dennys: Reyes Deal Off

    The buffets in the Delaware Valley will need to come up with another plan to reach their financial goals in 2011 as the Philadelphia Phillies and left handed relief pitcher Dennys Reyes did not finalize their deal...

    William Zeltman Written by William Zeltman about over 3 years ago 119 reads 0 comments

  4. The Four Horsemen To Lead the Philadelphia Phillies to Victory in 2011

    When the news broke late last night that Cliff Lee had decided to rejoin the Philadelphia Phillies, even the biggest fans of the team were shocked. Sure, everyone had heard that Lee had wanted to spend his career in Philly...

    William Zeltman Written by William Zeltman about over 3 years ago 579 reads 1 comments

  5. Breaking News: Cliff Lee Joins the Phillies... Again

    It was one year ago that the Philadelphia Phillies signed Roy Halladay as a free agent and traded Cliff Lee to the Seattle Mariners...

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  6. Jayson Werth Chooses Money Over Winning with Washington Nationals Deal

    Jayson Werth agreed to a seven-year, $126 million contract today with the Washington Nationals. In doing so, he decided to pick money over winning. It is no surprise that Werth wanted a huge pay day...

    William Zeltman Written by William Zeltman about over 3 years ago 32 reads 0 comments

  7. Jayson Werth to Sign With The Nationals

    Former Philadelphia Phillies all star outfielder Jayson Werth is reportedly close to signing a multi-year deal with the Washington Nationals according to several sources...

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  8. Retro Interview: Harry Kalas Interviews John Felske as Phillies' New Manager

    Harry Kalas interviews the Phillies' new manager in 1985, John Felske. Twenty-five years later we can see the mistakes the Phillies made by having too many young players and a manager that didn't have a freakin' clue...

    William Zeltman Written by William Zeltman about over 3 years ago 319 reads 0 comments

  9. Philadelphia Phillies Top Prospect Domonic Brown Setback in Winter Ball

    The Philadelphia Phillies top prospect Domonic Brown has suffered a peculiar setback in winter ball in the Dominican Republic. The outfielder was not hurt, he is not in a slump, he hasn't even struggled against left-handed pitchers...

    William Zeltman Written by William Zeltman about over 3 years ago 396 reads 1 comments

  10. Sandberg, Samuel, and Morandini In: Philadelphia Phillies Need One More Coach

    The Philadelphia Phillies bolstered the organizations coaching staff by adding Juan Samuel, Ryan Sandberg, and Mickey Morandini. While all three are good additions, they need to make one more change...

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  11. Philadelphia Phillies Roster Moves

    The Phillies added one more alumni back to the organization this week. Former Phils all-star second baseman Mickey Morandini has been assigned to manage Class A Williamsport next season...

    William Zeltman Written by William Zeltman about over 3 years ago 139 reads 1 comments

  12. Philadelphia Phillies To Add Carlos Quentin to Corner Outfield?

    The Philadelphia Phillies are interested in trading for right-handed corner outfielder Carlos Quentin, says ESPN's Jason Stark. According to Stark, the Phillies have laid extensive groundwork for a deal with the White Sox to make a deal...

    William Zeltman Written by William Zeltman about almost 4 years ago 564 reads 0 comments

  13. Roy Halladay Nabs Unanimous Cy Young

    If there was ever a question that Roy Halladay should indeed be the 2010 National League Cy Young award winner, then clearly you have not been paying attention...

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  14. Philadelphia Phillies: Jose Contreras and Ryne Sandberg Are on Board

    The Phillies worked out a two-year, $5.5 million contract on Monday with bullpen pitcher Jose Contreras. In 2010, Contreras served a variety of roles on the bullpen, including filling in for Brad Lidge and Ryan Madson when they were injured...

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  15. What Could Have Been if the Phillies Had Kept Sandberg in the First Place

    The year was 1982 and the Philadelphia Phillies were in a tight spot. All Star shortstop Larry Bowa was 36 years old and felt he was owed a three-year contract that the Phillies previous owner Ruly Carpenter had promised him...

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  16. Philadelphia Sports Hall of Fame 2010 Induction

    Also honored were the annual Pride of Philadelphia award winners. The award is given in recognition of accomplishment by those who made Philadelphia sports fans proud of their town and its rich sports heritage in 2010...

    William Zeltman Written by William Zeltman about almost 4 years ago 348 reads 0 comments

  17. Juan Samuel Returns To Philadelphia Phillies

    Juan Samuel will take over as third base coach and outfield instructor for the Phillies while Sam Perlozzo moves to first base. When asked about returning the Philadelphia, Samuel told reporters, I couldn't be happier...

    William Zeltman Written by William Zeltman about almost 4 years ago 871 reads 1 comments

  18. Philadelphia Phillies' Shane Victorino Snags Gold Glove

    As for the rest of the Phillies, the one player who definitely got snubbed is third baseman Placido Polanco. Polly had only five errors, turned 32 double plays and had 258 assists in 123 games this year...

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  19. Philadelphia Phillies: Ticket Prices Rise Again

    With every game sold out in 2010 and a 123-game sell-out streak dating back to 2009, it is easy to see why the Phillies feel they can keep gouging fans for more money. But they are failing to see the long term effects...

    William Zeltman Written by William Zeltman about almost 4 years ago 618 reads 6 comments

  20. Cliff Lee Throws Complete Game Shut Out

    Cliff Lee had a rough couple of games in the last month, but he bounced back against the Nationals with a 5-0 shut-out win last night...

    William Zeltman Written by William Zeltman about almost 5 years ago 95 reads 1 comments

  21. Is Carlos Ruiz Tipping Brad Lidge's Pitches?

    Could Carlos Ruiz be part of Brad Lidge's problem in 2009? Some say yes. After a discussion on MLB Network's MLB Tonight, the topic again was discussed on Sirius XM Homeplate's The Show today...

    William Zeltman Written by William Zeltman about almost 5 years ago 604 reads 4 comments

  22. Preseries Quick Hits: Phillies vs. Nationals 9/15, 9/16, 9/17/2009

    The Philadelphia Phillies (82-60) have 20 more games left in the regular season as they look to win their third division title and straighten out the back end of their bullpen...

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  23. Double Dip

    While doubleheaders can be draining for teams, two wins in one day makes it worth the effort. Last night, Pedro Martinez pitched 8 amazing shut-out innings against his former team, the New York Mets...

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  24. Phillies Bounce Back With a Sweep... Bullpen and Hitting Still MIA!

    I went to bed with a pit in my stomach last night after the disaster that was yesterday's game. Tonight I celebrate with the Phillies 6.5 games up and a magic number of 4, but the pit is still there and the long term prognosis may not be good...

    William Zeltman Written by William Zeltman about almost 5 years ago 14 reads 0 comments

  25. Bullpen Blows 4 Run Lead

    This game got off to an ominous start when Jamie Moyer allowed 4 runs before he even recorded an out in the 1st inning...

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