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Rarely, in the history of the Philadelphia Phillies, does a youngster, like Domonic Brown,  produce jaw-dropping stats during March, and carry them into the regular season. That stated, many are cautioning against unrealistic expectations for him, but there is a way to foresee success. TAL’S HANDY CAPS WELCOME, NEWCOMERS: By design my articles represent a baseball man’s thinking, the view from the dugout and the GM’s box. Most fans do not consider the budget, prospects on the radar, the organization’s weaknesses, the track record, the competition and the other intangibles. Please go to my author archives or Phillies page for my most recent coverage. Scroll down to Tal’s Handy Links at the bottom. Thank you. Check out:  Philadelphia Phillies story-poll: On the radar The new summer schedule will allow me to publish the best 3 storylines each week, but there will be an updated calendar included with each feature:  These posts involve commentary, polls and stats for the upcoming 7 days....
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