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Greatest from....Ohio

Ohio, the Buckeye State. Admitted into the Union in 1803, Ohio got its recognition in 2003 as the Birthplace of Aviation. Originally thought to be born in North Carolina, Ohio finally got its due in 2003, due to a resolution passed by Congress. 344 more words

Phillies Prospects Adam Morgan and Roman Quinn Breaking Out in the Arizona Fall League

Today’s Phillies posts on Philly.com read like “two ships passing in the night”.  Let’s hope they never meet again.  One story is about 38 year old A.J. 443 more words

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Phillies decline 2015 option on Mike Adams

After a pair of injury wrecked seasons the Phillies have declined their $6 million option on right-hander Mike Adams for 2015.

Signed to a two-year, $12 million contract after a five-year run as one of the elite setup men in baseball, Adams continued to pitch well for the Phillies but was limited to a total of 44 innings in two seasons. 34 more words

Phillies 75-1 To Win 2015 World Series

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — On Wednesday night, October 29th 2014, exactly six years after we celebrated the Phillies World Series Championship, the San Francisco Giants unfathomably won their third title since 2010. 154 more words

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Greatest from....Illinois

Illinois, the Land of Lincoln. Admitted into the Union on December 3, 1818 as the nation’s 21st state, Illinois earned its nickname due to its most famous resident, Abraham Lincoln, who was an Illinois Congressman when he was elected to the office of President of the United States. 342 more words

Cole Hamels: Top 3 most likely trade destinations

The Philadelphia Phillies held onto their lefty starter Cole Hamels through the trade deadline in 2014 with general manager Ruben Amaro Jr. making the asking price for any of their desirable players far too high, desperately grapsing to the belief that his team could still win despite their aging core. 558 more words

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