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Phillies' comeback win against the Astros might be a sign of good or bad things to come

"KEEP ON PHIGHTIN' WITH JOE VALLEE"

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Phillies Surviving Power Outage on Offense

It took one hundred games, but the Phillies  finally assumed their rightful place atop the National League East on Tuesday night.

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The Phillies Must Win This Year For It To Be Considered The Greatest Phillies Era Ever

Although our Philly boys were swept by the Astros last week, they went onto

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Brett Myers Returns Against Phillies, Todd Herremans Returning, and Women Targeted in Robberies

The Omelette Tuesday August 24, 2010 Edition Phillies lose to Astros in Brett Myers' return Brett Myers faced the Phillies for the first time this season since signing with the Astros and had some not so nice things to say prior to the match-up.The Phillies wound up losing 4-3. Todd Herremans returning to Eagles lineup

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Phillies Top Five pitching concerns as pitchers and catchers report

The Philadelphia Phillies  have now had two consecutive shortened off seasons. And while the previous season ended better than last, they're coming back to do it all over again. This time, they have some unfinished business. And it begins today with the arrival of pitchers and catchers. Roy Halladay, the Phillies biggest Christmas present, is already there. Rumor has it that Cole Hamels is there as well.

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Ex-Phillie Brett Myers moves on to free agency

Brett Myers was the second longest tenured Phillie on the 2009 roster. On Friday, GM Ruben Amaro Jr. informed Myers that he will not be returning to the team in 2010.

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Brett Myers and Cole Hamels at odds?

Nobody is really sure what is the deal between Brett Myers and Cole Hamels. During an exchange in the locker room last night at the World Series, Myers allegedly directed a comment at Hamels in reference to Hamels' comment Saturday night after Game 3, when Hamels said about his horrendous 2009 season: "I can't wait for it to end. It's been mentally draining."

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Hamels and Phillies can't stop Rockies in Game Two of NLDS

Cole Hamels has been unreliable for the better part of this season. Thursday was no exception. Hamels was far from his postseason form of 2008, allowing four earned runs as the Rockies tied the series at one game a piece in Game Two of the 2009 NLDS. Hamels constant inability to close middle innings of a game was further demonstrated after surrendering a two-out, two-run home run to Yorvit Torrealba in the top of the fourth. It was Torrealba's first home run since (gulp).........May.

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Who will or won't make the Phillies NLDS Postseason Roster?

With the Phillies concluding their regular season this afternoon with a thrilling 7-6 victory over the Florida Marlins, it became obvious to all that Charlie Manuel has some big decisions to make regarding his 2009 NLDS Postseason Roster, which is to be submitted to Major League Baseball by 10 am Wednesday morning. While some roster spots are no-brainers, some decisions are going to take more time than others. Here are some questions the Phillies will have to address as well as who should and who shouldn't be part of the Fightins postseason plans. Let's start with the questions.

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Phillies can't go from champs to chokers

Can you imagine the possible headlines the morning after baseball's regular season comes to a close next week:  "WORLD CHAMPS to WORLD CHUMPS" Yes, bad thoughts always seem to creep back into the minds of Philadelphia Phillies fans right around this time of the year when the team appears poised to make another post season.

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