Originally written on Philliedelphia  |  Last updated 11/15/14
The 2012 Phillies have brought us plenty of excitement this year, mostly in the form of guest accordion appearances on the television broadcasts.  Unfortunately, the excitement has not come from the team on the field, and now it is time to sell. ESPN's Jayson Stark reports that teams the Phillies have been talking to believe that within the next (now) 44 hours, the Phillies could make 2-3 deals.  The greatest focus on trades have centered around the Phillies outfield: there have been rumors that Juan Pierre, Shane Victorino, and/or Hunter Pence could be traded by the 4:00 p.m. non-waiver trade deadline on Tuesday.  Perhaps in anticipation of possible trades, Phillies (is he still?) prospect Domonic Brown spent time today in both center field and right field. In today's double header at Lehigh Valley, Brown played game one in center and game two in right.   Brown played a handful of games in center this season, though this would be his first game in right field.   Should Pence a...
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  • my only comment here is RA thinks he did all the right things for the Phil's but I think NOT. He single handedly destroyed this team.
    Spending all their money on pitching, great if you had the arsenal to go with them.
    But who did he have available?
    Actually, sounded similiar to Washington DC giving all our (in this case, not PHil's)money away to help big business and selling us out to O'care.
    D. Brown played right before here in Philly, so not his first time.
    Start trade with a good-bye to Amaro...... adios......
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