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What Phillies' inability to make a deadline deal might really mean

For weeks, there had been rumors about which

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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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Will Phillies become "small-market team" again if they lose Cole Hamels?

A long, long time ago, former Phillies’ team president Bill Giles referred to the Philadelphia Phillies (who play in the fourth biggest market in the country) as a “small-market team.” For a fan base who witnessed one too many less than spectacular teams grace the Veterans Stadium turf year after year, Giles remarks were the final straw.

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Should Amaro blow up Phillies? Trade Cliff Lee, Cole Hamels or Jim Thome?

 Who stays and who goes on 2012 Philadelphia Phillies?

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Roy Halladay Interrupts Philly Little and Matt Goldberg in Phantasy Interviews

Philly 2 Philly Phantasy Interviews

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Despite rough outing against Yankees, Cole Hamels poised for a stellar 2010

If you had cabin fever this winter and decided to take the tour at Citizens Bank Park , you would know just how hard Cole Hamels  has worked this

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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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Phillies draw first blood in NLDS as Cliff Lee dominates Rockies

With two strikes on Troy Tulowitzski in the top of the ninth inning, Cliff Lee took a step back and soaked it all in. Last year's reigning AL Cy Young Award Winner was left off Cleveland's 2007 Postseason roster. He had been waiting for this moment for a long time. Here it was: Game One of the 2009 NLDS against the Colorado Rockies. And one out later, he became the first Philadelphia Phillies pitcher to throw a complete game in the postseason since Curt Schilling in the 1993 World Series. Most importantly, he gave the Phils a 1-0 lead in this best-of-five series.

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