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Hawaii's Boys of Summer: Jerome Williams 'comfortable' pitching for Phillies


For a baseball player, there’s nothing like heading home after a long season.

In the case of Waipahu graduate Jerome Williams, finding a home was paramount at the end of 2014. 221 more words

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So Who Exactly Is Healthy In Phillies Rotation?

Perhaps Roy Halladay could give the Phillies a few innings.

The Phillies scratched right-hander Jerome Williams from today’s start against the Rays at Bright House Field after “tweaking” his right hamstring earlier this week. 166 more words

Third Time a Charm? Ho-LEE Crap!

Cliff Lee is hoping that the third time for rehab is a charm; more likely, it will be three strikes and he is out.  Lee has had a torn common flexor tendon since last May, although prior reports on that called it a “strain,” which I am guessing was never the case.  325 more words

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Philadelphia Phillies 2015 Season Preview

This is one of a series of posts in which I will be breaking down every team in baseball. I am by no means a credible source—merely a casual fan who knows a little about baseball and would like to share my observations. 815 more words

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Aumont, Hernandez Out of Options

Projecting the Phillies’ Opening Day roster is an annual rite of spring.

For that reason it is worth knowing the players in camp without options. Options play a considerable role in a player’s chances of making the 25-man roster. 288 more words

Report: The Phillies have asked about Cubs left-hander Travis Wood

The Phillies and Cubs have been speculated as a potential match in a Cole Hamels trade, but the two sides could match up in a different deal. 249 more words

Taylor Swift and the NBA

ALL BALL NERVE CENTER — OK, you’re asking, understandably, what does pop star Taylor Swift have to do with the NBA? Surprisingly, a good amount, at least for today. 137 more words

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