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Cliff Lee Dominates Red Sox and Campbell's Soup Slashes Jobs in Camden

The Omelette Wednesday June 29, 2011 Cliff Lee Dominates Red Sox For Third Consecutive Shutout

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Billy Vargus explains why the Phillies will beat the Orioles in the 2011 World Series

V FOR VICTORY WITH BILLY VARGUS

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Should the Baseball Hall Of Fame consider alternatives for player cap selections?

Andre Dawson  was disappointed.

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Are Ruben Amaro and the Phillies adopting the Eagles' policy?

If I were Phillies GM Ruben Amaro, my off-season goal would consist of one thing only: to improve your team to beat the New York Yankees  in

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Top Five Philadelphia Athletes traded away in their prime

In a town known for sometimes holding on to their star athletes for too long, there have also been occurrences when Philadelphia sports teams part company with players when their value is quite high. Some trades were completely unexpected. Some were long overdue, and some were simply a matter of time before they actually happened. Off the top of my head, no Flyers or Eagles really came to mind. So feel free to debate, and in the meantime, stay inside!! 5. Moses Malone

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Halladay to the Phillies? Cliff Lee to the Mariners? Kyle Drabek to the Blue Jays? Confused?

As I left my two hour meeting yesterday afternoon, I noticed I had a vast array of text messages and about 5 new voicemails on my cell phone. I NEVER get this much attention, and the second I heard the screaming rant on the other end I got the feeling that something major was happening in the Philadelphia Phillies camp.

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Phillies-Yankees World Series Preview: A Tale of Two Franchises

When you come to think about it, there aren't any two teams on such opposite ends of the baseball history spectrum as The Philadelphia Phillies and the New York Yankees.  So it's kind of ironic that on Wednesday night, the two teams will be squaring off against each other as the World Series finally begins.

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Brad Lidge Comes Through as Phillies edge Rockies in NLDS Classic

In case you are one of the ones who didn't have Columbus Day off and couldn't stay up for the Phillies game this morning............ The Phillies won! And they won in a way that the entire Delaware Valley thought we would lose: with Brad Lidge on the mound. It's never easy with Lidge, but this morning he closed out the 6-5 win as Troy Tulowitzski flied out with the winning runs on base.

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Go break a hip, Jamie Moyer

The following views in this article do not necessarily reflect those of Philly2Philly.com Jamie Moyer isn't happy that he has been demoted to the pen. He feels that he was assured that he wouldn't be shipped to the pen. Well I'm sure the team felt when they gave him a very generous contract that he wouldn't have THE WORST ERA of a starting pitcher in the National League. I just hope that he doesn't break a hip getting off his high horse heading out to the pen.

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Strange Days

Who among us would think we would live to see the days that the Phillies would be one of the favorites for a return trip to the World Series; that we would be a desired destination for top tier talent; that we would be in a position to “out muscle” teams like the Red Sox and Yankees to land the best pitcher in baseball, and that we wouldn’t have to suffer through Eagles chants at baseball games? Not only that, but we have one of the highest payrolls in baseball, get to watch a once in a generation talent pool play together in the collective prime and have a packed house every night.

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