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It's been a rough season for the Phillies. Injuries, bullpen blowups, bad at bats, and bidding farewell to the winningest manager in club history Gambles on Michael Young, Delmon Young, Chad Durbin, and Mike Adams all went bust. Roy Halladay, the prized trade target of the Ruben Amaro Jr. years,...
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