Tag Archives: Philadelphia Phillies

So Much for Being Built for the Playoffs

Teams like San Francisco, Philadelphia, and St. Louis are all teams that are talked about as being built to win in the playoffs, but that does not matter if they don’t actually make it to the playoffs Continue reading

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Baseball Entering Final Quarter of the Season

With under 50 games left in the baseball season we take a look at the baseball standings and predict who will be in and who will be out of the 2010 playoffs. Continue reading

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3rd Base Umpire’s Call Cost Marlins the Game

The Marlins get a walk-off double taken away from them when third base umpire calls a ball that was clearly fair, a foul ball. Just another example of why baseball needs to change its way an embrace replay. Continue reading

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Ryan buys Rangers, A-Rod hits 600, and a few other baseball stories.

Just some quick thoughts on events that happened on Wednesday in MLB involving Rangers Ownership, A-Rod hitting 600 home runs, Phily making an move under the radar, and Zambrano gets another chance in Chicago. Continue reading

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Roy Oswalt on his way to Philadelphia

A deal is just about done that will send Roy Oswalt to join the Philadelphia Phillies. Continue reading

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