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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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Why Phillies fans can still have faith in 2012

Being a Phillies fan hasn’t been easy this year.  We have suffered about as much as the fan base of a .500 baseball team can suffer.

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Take Time to Appreciate Halladay, Oswalt and Hamels During Playoff Chase

The statistics read something like this: Games Started: 19 Innings: 133.2 Earned Runs: 31 ERA: 2.08 K: 129

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Sixers make the right move with Evan Turner, but the Phillies can forget about Cliff Lee

Did anybody else get an unsettling feeling when former Sixers great Moses Malone threw out the first pitch

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Phillies need to put pieces together as talent in National League East is catching up with them

On the cusp of their fourth consecutive win against an American League team, the Phillies worst loss of the year occurred Saturday when their bullpen imploded. This is understandable once or twice a season, and the bullpen has been consistent for the most part. It's quite obvious however, that this Phillies team is

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Phillies Still Have Potential for a Dynasty

According to Wikipedia, one characteristic of a dynasty is a team "with multiple championships over a limited period of time, either consecutively with or without interruption." So you're probably wondering where the 2010 Philadelphia Phillies  fit into this conversation.

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