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The Phillies Have Cooled on Yosmany Tomas or Have They Cooled on Themselves?

The word around the baseball world today is that the Philadelphia Phillies, one of the top candidates to sign top Cuban defective Yosmany Tomas, have “cooled” on him. 470 more words

Current Events

Roman Quinn Ranked As One Of The Top 25 Players In The Arizona Fall League

Congratulation to one of the top Phillies prospects, centerfielder Roman Quinn.  He was the only National League East Player selected and one of only 1o National League prospects to make the top 25 players in the recently completed Arizona Fall League.   253 more words

Philadelphia Phillies

Is Ryan Howard Estranged From St. Louis Family?

ST. LOUIS (AP) — Phillies slugger Ryan Howard has settled a legal battle with his family over its management of his finances and business affairs. 378 more words

Sports

Ryan Howard Sued His Twin Brother and Parents in an Ugly, Sad, Story About Money

Ryan Howard, the $125 million slugger of the Philadelphia Phillies, just wrapped up a nasty legal fight.

With his family.

Over money.

Any way you slice it, this story is ugly, and you’ll probably feel bad for Howard, regardless of how you feel about his ability to hit a baseball. 223 more words

MLB

Billy Butler is gone, so the Royals are searching for a new designated hitter

Now that Billy Butler is headed to Oakland for a three-year, $30 million contract the Royals are looking for a replacement at designated hitter after he filled the role for the past eight seasons. 131 more words

Ryan Howard has gone through a legal and financial drama with his family

If you think that dealing with injury and expectations and losing has been hard for Ryan Howard, imagine what it’s been like for him to be in a legal and financial fight with his very own family. 213 more words

Ruben Amaro is still unrealistic

From the only baseball writer who wakes up earlier than me:

Many Rival evaluators find PHI asks on their players to be greatly overpriced within the context of the current market, as they did in July.

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