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Jackie Robinson biopic '42' makes Phillies look awful, and rightly so

In the history of their franchise, the Philadelphia Phillies and “pride” haven’t always been used synonymously.  

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2013 could be last chance to see several Phillies favorites

The dawn of a new baseball season brings hope and promise for all 30 major league teams.

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Phillies Collapse has been a Team Effort

Even if you have never read the medically significant book On Death and Dying

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Cliff Lee Still Winless because of Cliff Lee

Going into the eighth inning of last Saturday’s game against Toronto, it looked as if Cliff Lee would finally break into the win column for 2012.  

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Why Jonathan Papelbon Has Been Used Correctly by Phillies

When Placido Polanco hustled past Todd Helton’s shuffling foot on Wednesday night, the result was

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Phillies’ Biggest Question: Just How Good is Jimmy Rollins?

The 2011 Phillies off-season presents quite a challenge from Ruben Amaro Jr.

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Amaro Delivers: Time for Phillies to do the Same

The ticker tape from the 2008 World Series parade had barely been swept away when Ruben Amaro Jr.

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MLB Trade Deadline: Phillies’ Success Decreases Need for Desperation

Baseball’s trade deadline is a lot like the due date of a massive term paper. Everyone knows about it, but it doesn’t create much action until the last few days before its arrival.

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Phillies’ Shortstop Jose Reyes: Could it Happen in 2012?

The Phillies have been a professional franchise for 128 years, and have played almost 20,000 games. In nearly 1600 of those, Jimmy Rollins has taken the field in some capacity. It sort of puts Rollins’ place in Phillies history into perspective as he nears the completion of a decade in Philadelphia.

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Phillies Capable of Winning World Series with Brutal Offense

The pitching? Incredible.

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