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Phillies 2017 Preview: Starting Pitchers (Part 1)

Snow has hit Philadelphia once again. Just when you thought spring was approaching and a faint echo resembling the crack of a bat starting tickling your eardrums, a layer of the white stuff blanketed the city and put a damper on the excitement. 1,056 more words


The Boys Are Back In Town, The Phillies Minor League Pitchers Have Reported!

Just finished reading the Bleacher Report’s “Projecting MLB’s 10 Most Dominating Rotations In 2020”. Read HERE.

The article projected the Phillies with the potential to have fifth most dominating rotation in 2020 because they meet three criteria: feature established veterans, homegrown studs and/or a hired gun or two. 580 more words

Baseball Betsy

Jeremy Hellickson Likely to Start Opening Day 2017 for the Phillies? Makes Sense.

(CSN Philly) — Phillies manager Pete Mackanin on Monday said he was not ready to name an opening day starter “because anything can happen in the spring.” 600 more words


Rob Manfred hates baseball

Rob Manfred hates baseball.

He hates the game, and he hates the people who watch it. I have a lot of theories about what Manfred likes and hates after this week. 929 more words


Dave Dombrowski is a man on a mission

The worst feeling for any diehard baseball fan knowing there’s only a month and a half left till spring training. The true dead time in baseball. 620 more words


Red Sox trade Clay Buchholz to the Phillies

The Boston Red Sox made a move that many people knew was coming as they traded veteran starting pitcher Clay Buchholz to the Philadelphia Phillies for minor league 2nd baseman Josh Tobias. 444 more words

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Sully Baseball Daily Podcast - December 20, 2016

Clay Buchholz is no longer a member of the Red Sox, and thus ends a complicated tenure that should be at least saluted.

There is more good than bad on this episode of   38 more words

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