1. Philadelphia Phillies Relievers David Herndon and Michael Stutes Reversing Roles

    After a lengthy rain delay last night, the Phillies called upon relief pitcher David Herndon to help out. In this game against the D-Backs, Herndon pitched three scoreless innings, allowing only one hit...

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  2. The State of the Philadelphia Phillies with 43 Games to Go

    After Sunday's rain-out, the Phillies have 43 games to go in the regular season—including the make-up game on September 20 at 1:05 p.m. as part of a split-doubleheader...

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  3. Shane Victorino Suspended, Ramon Ramirez and Giants Get Slap on the Wrist

    Phillies center fielder Shane Victorino has been suspended for three games following Friday's bench-clearing brawl...

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  4. Hunter Pence Hunted, Caught by Philadelphia Phillies

    July 29 has been a significant day in recent Phillies history. On July 29, 2009, the Phillies acquired Cliff Lee. That same day in 2010, they picked up Roy Oswalt. And this year, Hunter Pence is the big prize...

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  5. Vance Worley Needs to Stay with Philadelphia Phillies—For Now

    In Tuesday night's 7-2 victory over the Giants, Phillies pitcher Vance Worley earned his seventh win of the year and lowered his ERA to 2.02. It was also the rookie's first career complete game...

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  6. Philadelphia Phillies 2011 First-Half Report Card

    Having ended the first half of the season with a 57-34 record, the best in baseball, the Philadelphia Phillies have much to look forward to in the second half...

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  7. Have the Four Philadelphia Aces Become Three?

    Pitcher Roy Oswalt was pulled from Thursday night's game against the Cardinals after only two innings, in which he allowed four runs. After one out in the second, Oswalt began teetering sideways off the mound after his delivery...

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  8. 2011 Phillies Phestival: A Worthy Cause

    The 2011 Phillies Phestival to benefit the ALS Association raised $893,033 this year with a record crowd of 6,800 fans on Monday night. The Phestival included player autographs, games, prizes, grab bags and photo opportunities...

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  9. Philadelphia Phillies: Was Optioning John Mayberry Jr. the Right Move?

    With center fielder Shane Victorino coming off the disabled list, the Phillies had to make a move. Their choice was to send John Mayberry Jr. back to Triple-A. Mayberry is an excellent outfielder, who can also play first base...

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  10. Philadelphia Phillies: The Resurgence of Raul Ibanez

    Recently voted by his peers as one of the nicest players in baseball in a Sports Illustrated poll, Raul Ibanez is the type of guy that people want to see succeed. And he is type of player that the Philadelphia Phillies need to succeed...

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  11. Alex Rodriguez, Josh Hamilton and Every MLB Team's Biggest Offensive Concern

    Almost two months into the 2011 season, every team has at least one player who is still trying to figure things out. Some teams have concerns about their big stars, like Alex Rodriguez for the Yankees and Josh Hamilton of the Rangers...

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  12. MLB Predictions: The Next 20 Players on 25-Man Rosters to Get Demoted

    The business of baseball can be cruel and unpredictable. If a team wants to win games, they must put feelings aside and make the best business decision for their club. These decisions are not always good news for young or struggling players...

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  13. Philadelphia Phillies: Will Injuries Derail the Phils' Season?

    As of May 13, 2011, the Phillies are 25-13 and two games ahead of the Florida Marlins for first place in the NL East. However, Phillies players are dropping like flies...

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  14. MLB Trade Speculation: Identifying Every Team's “Untouchable” Player

    From young players, top prospects or veteran leaders, every team has that one player with whom they are unwilling to part. This is an age where players are frequently shuffled around from city to city and few stay in one place for long...

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  15. Cliff Lee Is Not Feeling the Love from Philadelphia Phillies Bats

    While Phillies fans have certainly shown their support of Cliff Lee since his return, his teammates are a bit lacking in that department. In Lee's last three starts, the Phils have scored a grand total of one run for him...

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  16. Ranking Each MLB Team's Most Surprising, Disappointing Player in April

    April is the month that baseball fans and players look forward to each offseason. It signals a new beginning where anything is possible. But some players are wishing they had a do-over in April 2011 as things have not gone as initially planned...

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  17. Philadelphia Phillies Starter Joe Blanton Is the Latest Injury Bug Victim

    Players are dropping like flies in Philadelphia. Joe Blanton is the latest victim of this injury virus which seems to be spreading quicker than both the Swine and Bird Flu combined...

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  18. MLB Trade Rumors: 10 Infielders Who Will Become Available

    Nearly a month into the 2011 season, teams are beginning to see what the year has in store for them. Decisions will be made very soon, if they have not been already, as to who should stay and who should go...

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  19. Phillies Sweeps and Strikeouts Cannot Hide Stench of Offensive Offense

    It has been an interesting few days for the Philadelphia Phillies . On Sunday, they finished off a four-game sweep of the San Diego Padres , scoring only 12 runs total in all of those games...

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  20. MLB Trade Possibilities: 9 Teams That Will Come Calling for Prince Fielder

    In his contract year, Prince Fielder will be looking to make a big impression on potential suitors this year. He signed a $15...

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  21. MLB Trade Talk: 10 Players Who Will Be Available If Fringe Teams Struggle

    In baseball, teams are always on the hunt for more talent. Those with a shot at the postseason are especially interested in improving their chances of success...

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  22. What Reception Will Werth Get from Phillies Fans?

    Much has been made out of Jayson Werth 's offseason departure from the Phillies after accepting a huge $126 million, 7-year deal from the Nationals ...

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  23. Philadelphia Phillies: 5 Good Signs at the Start of the Season

    The Phillies finished their first home stand of the year Thursday night by beating the Mets by a score of 11-0. This win gives the Phillies a 5-1 record through the first six games of 2011...

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  24. Rollie Fingers and the 25 Players with the Best Facial Hair in MLB History

    A man's facial hair can be his calling card. It is a statement of his personality and an extension of the image he wishes to project...

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  25. The Philadelphia Phillies Offense Answers Tough Questions Early in the Season

    Having assembled this amazing pitching staff with Roy Halladay, Cliff Lee, Roy Oswalt, Cole Hamels and Joe Blanton, the only remaining question for the Phillies is whether or not they could they muster any offense...

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