1. Philadelphia Phillies Postseason Success: 2008's Key, and What It Means for 2012

    As the 2012 season approaches, one question is on everyone's mind: Is this the year the Philadelphia Phillies , the postseason favorites for the past three years, will win another ...

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  2. 4 Obstacles the Philadelphia Phillies May Face in the 2011 Postseason

    The Philadelphia Phillies are the National League favorites. Similarly, everyone expects them to cruise through the rest of the regular season and into the postseason...

    M P Written by M P about 3 years ago 907 reads 2 comments

  3. Joe Blanton, Roy Oswalt Injuries May Have Been Good for Philadelphia Phillies

    When both Roy Oswalt and Joe Blanton got injured, the Philadelphia Phillies starting rotation took a huge blow...

    M P Written by M P about 3 years ago 792 reads 5 comments

  4. Philadelphia Phillies Offense, Defense Unstoppable with Howard, Kendrick, Worley

    What happens when an unstoppable force meets an immovable object? No clue. The whole thing explodes? What is known, however, is the quickly-rising skill of both the Phillies offense and defense...

    M P Written by M P about 3 years ago 539 reads 0 comments

  5. MLB Trade Deadline: How the NL Pennant Race Was Affected

    With the deadline passed, trades are no more. Besides waivers, no more players will be switching teams for the time being...

    M P Written by M P about 3 years ago 496 reads 0 comments

  6. 2011 World Series: 6 Reasons Why the Philadelphia Phillies Will Win It All

    The Philadelphia Phillies are the National League favorites. They won the World Series in 2008, but fell short in 2009 and 2010 despite making the playoffs each year. I think that the Phillies will revisit October 2008 and win it all again this year...

    M P Written by M P about 3 years ago 2,571 reads 22 comments

  7. MLB Trade Rumors: 5 Pros and 5 Problems of Phillies Trading for Carlos Beltran

    The Philadelphia Phillies are considering possible trades before the deadline at the end of July. According to Sports Illustrated , the Phillies are at the top of the list of teams desiring a trade for Carlos Beltran ...

    M P Written by M P about 3 years ago 611 reads 4 comments

  8. MLB Trade Rumors: 5 Reasons Melky Cabrera Is Great Fit for the Phillies

    As the trade deadline looms ahead, the Philadelphia Phillies are looking for possible trade options. According to MLB Trade Rumors , The Royals ' Melky Cabrera seems to be a possible option...

    M P Written by M P about 3 years ago 1,883 reads 13 comments

  9. Philadelphia Phillies' 10 Key Players This Season

    The Philadelphia Phillies have had a great season so far. They have three aces, a strong bullpen and a good, but sometimes inconsistent, offense...

    M P Written by M P about 3 years ago 480 reads 6 comments

  10. Philadelphia Phillies vs. Boston Red Sox: 5 Reasons Why Phillies Win the Debate

    The Philadelphia Phillies and the Boston Red Sox are the favorites in each league. The Red Sox are a very offensive-based team—the Phillies, however, are held up mostly by their pitching...

    M P Written by M P about 3 years ago 652 reads 7 comments

  11. MLB Midseason: The Key to Top NL Teams' Success and Their Odds of Keeping It Up

    The MLB season is just past its midpoint. For most teams, a little over 50 percent of the season has gone by...

    M P Written by M P about 3 years ago 1,153 reads 6 comments

  12. Philadelphia Phillies Starting Rotation: Should Worley and Kendrick Get Spots?

    With Roy Oswalt and Joe Blanton out, the Philadelphia Phillies have to use backup pitchers for the spots of fourth and fifth starters. Vance Worley and Kyle Kendrick are two options to finish the rotation...

    M P Written by M P about 3 years ago 622 reads 4 comments

  13. Phillies vs. Braves: Is a Season Series Deficit Something to Worry About?

    In the common Philadelphia Phillies — Atlanta Braves debate, the fact that the Braves lead the season series 5-4 is often brought up...

    M P Written by M P about 3 years ago 693 reads 19 comments

  14. MLB: Detroit Tigers and Five Dark Horse Teams to Watch out for This Season

    There are a few obvious favorites this season in the MLB , most notably the Boston Red Sox and Philadelphia Phillies . They may have the best records in the MLB, but there are other teams making noise...

    M P Written by M P about 3 years ago 945 reads 13 comments

  15. Philadelphia Phillies' Cliff Lee Is Meeting Expectations, but Is Everyone Else?

    Cliff Lee was expected to have a great year at the start of the season. The hopes were high, especially after the big free-agency dealings. Lee started out slow, however. In April he was 2-2 with a 4...

    M P Written by M P about 3 years ago 460 reads 6 comments

  16. Phillies-Cardinals: Is a Comeback Necessarily a Positive Thing?

    Last night, the Phillies looked spectacular. Is last night a good example to go by for the rest of the series? If so, is that a good thing or not? The Phillies have two games left against the Cardinals ...

    M P Written by M P about 3 years ago 249 reads 0 comments

  17. Philadelphia Phillies: This Season Is Getting Harder and Harder to Predict

    So far this season, the Philadelphia Phillies have been good. Great, in fact. For some people, this isn't a surprise. After all, they have some of the best starting pitchers in the league...

    M P Written by M P about over 3 years ago 405 reads 1 comments

  18. Jayson Werth vs. Domonic Brown: Who's Better for the Philadelphia Phillies?

    Jayson Werth is going to be a free agent at the end of the year. If the Phillies don't re-sign Werth, rookie Domonic Brown will probably become their starting right fielder...

    M P Written by M P about almost 4 years ago 8,230 reads 18 comments

  19. Chase Utley and Derek Jeter: Why Their Actions Should Be Prohibited

    There are rules all over. From signs, to laws, to just customs and traditions, rules are everywhere. And rules are what I am going to talk about here. If you look at baseball, you will see many rules...

    M P Written by M P about almost 4 years ago 7,570 reads 38 comments

  20. Robinson Cano's 'Home Run' and The 25 Most Disputed Calls In MLB Playoff History

    There have been a lot of disputed and controversial calls in MLB playoff history. From Jeffrey Maier to Steve Bartman, to balls called strikes and safe runners called out, there's controversial calls in every postseason...

    M P Written by M P about almost 4 years ago 4,445 reads 13 comments

  21. NLCS 2010: Who Do The Phillies Want To Win, Braves Or Giants?

    Tonight's game between the Braves and Giants is the fourth game of the National League Division Series. The Giants are up two games to one, but there anything can happen. Naturally, many baseball fans will be watching tonight's game...

    M P Written by M P about almost 4 years ago 2,266 reads 1 comments

  22. Roy Halladay No-Hitter: Is 2010 the Year of the Pitcher... or What?

    Wednesday night's postseason no-hitter by Phillies ace Roy Halladay kind of gets us thinking that maybe people are right when they say that this is the year of the pitcher. This stands as the sixth no-hitter of the year, including two perfect games...

    M P Written by M P about almost 4 years ago 1,242 reads 13 comments

  23. MLB Playoff Predictions: Alex Rodriguez and 10 Soon-to-Be Heroes of October

    Last year in the playoffs, Alex Rodriguez was outstanding for the New York Yankees. He carried the team through the American League Division Series and the American League Championship Series...

    M P Written by M P about almost 4 years ago 1,924 reads 1 comments

  24. Philadelphia Phillies: Do They Have What It Takes to Do It Again?

    The Phillies are looking very good. They just clinched the National League East for the fourth time in a row, and they are going to head into the postseason soon...

    M P Written by M P about almost 4 years ago 1,138 reads 10 comments

  25. Philadelphia Phillies: 10 Reasons Roy Halladay Dominates In His First Postseason

    Roy Halladay has been an ace for the Phillies this year. He is 20-10 with a 2.53 ERA. But with a division title just beyond the Phillies' grasp, there are a lot of questions about how Halladay will perform in his first postseason...

    M P Written by M P about almost 4 years ago 4,695 reads 7 comments