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The Phillies seem to be loading up everywhere except in the outfield. According to Jon Heyman of CBS Sports, the Phillies are interested in infielder Ryan Theriot. #phillies, #SFGiants among teams to show interest in theriot, versatile INF & noted good-luck charmcbsprt.co/13DVSYe — Jon Heyman (@JonHeymanCBS) January 16, 2013 Signing...
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We’ve gathered all of our Phillies Nation contributors in one room and figured out which players will have the biggest seasons. If they all come true, the Phillies should have no problem winning 100 games.
Seriously, we’ve got our opinions on who will be come up large this year for the Phils. What say you?
A quick followup to yesterday’s news about the New York Mets showing strong interest in Brian Wilson. Henry Schulman of the San Francisco Chronicle says (via Twitter) the San Francisco Giants are willing to offer Wilson a big league deal, and reports say the Mets aren’t.
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Schulman also broke the news that Buster Posey will not play in the World Baseball...
The Hot Stove has just about come and gone but the Phillies have been quite active in the last few days. They have added pitchers Rodrigo Lopez, Juan Cruz, and Aaron Cook to their Minor League ranks with invites to Major League Spring Training camp and continue to eye a few more players.
Theriot a Fit?
Hot off the press today from CBS’s Jon Heyman, Ryan Theriot has been linked...
Hey all, come join me Sunday, January 27 at 6:30 p.m. for Sports Quizzo at Fieldhouse Sports Bar in Center City Philadelphia. I’ll be hosting alongside Johnny Goodtimes, one of the most well-known quizmasters in the Philly area.
We’ll have some great food and drink specials, plus awesome prizes. The grand prize is 4 tickets to a Phillies game in 2013 with limo service to and...
Righty pitcher Brody Colvin has ridden the biggest of career roller coasters during his time as a pro with the Phillies. From signing his first contract, to an off-season arrest in 2010, to looking like a future ace as he mowed down Class A opposition in his first full professional season, to being demoted from the top spot in that year’s post-season rotation after a mental lapse...
We’re just under a month until pitchers and catcher are due to report to Clearwater for spring training. That means it’s time to kick off our annual countdown of the top 25 prospects in the Phillies organization. Gradually, in the coming weeks, leading to the kickoff of the 2013 regular season, I will be unveiling player reviews for each of the top developmental talent that...
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Today, Team USA announced its roster for the 2013 World Baseball Classic, which begins the first week of March.
Jimmy Rollins was selected as the team's starting short stop in what will be his second appearance the Classic.
Rollins was the lone Phillie selected for Team USA's 2013 team. Shane Victorino, who played for Team USA and the Phillies in...
Are the Phillies a championship caliber team like GM Ruben Amaro claims?
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Yesterday, Jeff Zimmerman examined how Tim Lincecum‘s performance has depended to some extent on his ability to pitch to the edges of the plate. Last year, Lincecum was one of the worst starters in the game in terms of the percentage of his pitches thrown to the black. Coincidently (or not so coincidently), Lincecum suffered through his worst season as a professional.
As with many...
Updated On Jan. 17 by Joe D.
From Marc Carig of Newsday, the latest on The Beard:
Source: Mets still haven’t closed the door on a major league deal for former Giants closer Brian Wilson.
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Updated On Jan. 16 by Joe D.
This from Mike Puma of the NY Post:
Brian Wilson probably shouldn’t change his ring tone to “Meet the Mets” anytime soon.