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Roy Halladay thanks Philadelphia!

There are no other words to describe this, so here it goes:

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Despite controversies, Curt Schilling should still be a Phillies Wall of Famer

It was only a matter of time, but now it’s official: Curt Schilling is now a member of the

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No Baseball Hall of Fame Inductions in 2013 speaks volumes for Steroid Era

The baseball writers have spoken, and their statement sums up the majority of their collective thoughts on the most tainted era in the history of the game.

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NFL Unfiltered Week 6: Green Bay Packers, Eagles, Ray Lewis, concussion ignorance?

Because of its popularity and huge revenues the National Football League has a conundrum other violent sports don’t share.

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Brian Dawkins was indeed one of a kind

Every so often a professional athlete melds with a city in a way that is almost spiritual.   

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30 years later, Ryne Sandberg trade still Phillies' All-Time worst

It’s 30 years to the day.  The worst trade the Philadelphia Phillies ever made.

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Gary Carter was always respected by Phillies fans despite being an opposing player

Back in the mid to late 1980’s, you hadn’t experienced true Philadelphia sports fandom until you attended a Phillies-Mets game at Veterans Stadium and observed New York’s finest, who would take the train down to Philly to obnoxiously cheer on their World Champions.

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Jamie Moyer continues to amaze, but should the Phillies resign him? And IS he a Hall Of Famer?

So I get home from a long day Sunday around 9:35 pm. I turn on ESPN  to watch some of the Dodgers-Yankees game, when a line similar to what you see below comes across the ticker at the bottom of the screen (and please email me if this isn’t right): Phillies beat Blue Jays, Jamie Moyer allows record-setting 506th home run.

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

Andre Dawson  was disappointed.

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Mixed Emotions: The Continuing Story of Pete Rose

In the thirty one years of my existence, I've met my share of actors, rock stars, television personalities, athletes and even a president. I'm lucky to say that most of them have been very courteous, if not gracious. In saying that, there's always one bad apple out of every good bunch that spoils things for everyone. Lenny Dykstra wasn't the most pleasant guy during my bat boy days, and former 76ers "guard" Greg Graham was so pathetic he doesn't even count. As a result, my bad apple gets the nod over the "poser" of a hoops star and the now bankrupt "Dude." And the winner is...........

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