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M-SABR 2017 Season Preview: NL East

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Today, we take a look at the NL East, a division featuring great pitching (Syndergaard, Scherzer, Nola, and more), young studs (Swanson, Turner, and Harper even if he has been around for years and years), and Bartolo Colon. 2,079 more words

Archives

The Sports Archives - By Any Other Name: Pete Rose

One of the few men in baseball to enjoy success as both a player and a manager, Pete Rose is one of the most famous names in Cincinnati baseball history. 477 more words

Sports Archives

Dennis Bennett - His New York Mets Career 1967

Left handed pitcher Dennis Bennett was a six-year veteran who had a 42 and 41 lifetime record with the Phillies and Red Sox when the Mets acquired him from Boston on June 24,1967 in exchange for an Al Yates, a minor-league outfielder. 150 more words

New York Mets

Spring Training Break - Part 1

Florida living has its perks. Florida vacationing has its perks. Especially this time of year. Locals, spring breakers and snowbirds flock to southern Florida for the love of the game. 745 more words

Essays

When Philadelphia Fans Rooted for Dallas

Yesterday brought the sad news of Dallas Green’s death. Most of the memories of the manager of the 1980 Phillies’ team go back to his role that year in taking a squad that had so much talent but couldn’t cross the finish line to a pennant or championship. 335 more words

Being Human

Phillies' Hooters Girl Misplays Ground Ball, Luckily It's Still Spring Training

The Philadelphia Phillies employ Hooters waitresses – or just women dressed as Hooters waitresses – as ballgirls during Spring Training. They’ve been doing it for years, but every season it still comes as a surprise. 103 more words

MLB

Sully Baseball Daily Podcast - March 23, 2017

Dallas Green died today. He may not have been cute and cuddly, but he woke up two dormant fan bases and gave them something to cheer about in the 1980’s. 29 more words

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