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  • Columnist Bill Conlin resigns amid child molestation allegations

     
    Hall of Fame baseball writer and longtime Philadelphia Daily News columnist Bill Conlin retired on Tuesday amid allegations of child molestation. Three women and a man say Conlin groped and fondled them, and touched their genitals, in assaults in the........
  • MANAGERS HIGHLIGHT READING GUEST LIST ... CORRECTED DATE

     
    Reading Phillies fans will get their first glimpse of new manager Dusty Wathan at the team's 2012 Phillies Winter Banquet on Tuesday, Jan. 24th at Reading's Crown Plaza Hotel. Also returning to Reading for the second straight year is IronPigs manager Ryne...
  • Discovery Channel’s “All Star Dealers” on deck

     
    [There is a video that cannot be displayed in this feed. Visit the blog entry to see the video.] It's one of the most American of American dreams — finding a home run ball hit by a Lou Gehrig, a Mickey Mantle or a Hank Aaron and buying it for a...
  • Phillies continue to prove their popularity

     
    Even more proof exists as to how popular the Phillies are. On the MLB Network's first-ever game show, "Baseball IQ," which premieres Tuesday at 9 p.m., creators and producers could have picked any two teams to focus on, and they......
  • Chauncey Billups and the 'Clippers Curse'? That's mumbo jumbo

     
    After Chauncey Billups' injury, the Internet was abuzz with talk of the "Clippers Curse." One problem. There is no Clippers Curse....
  • Hall of Fame catcher Gary Carter dies at 57

     
    Hall of Fame catcher Gary Carter, whose single for the New York Mets in Game 6 of the 1986 World Series led to perhaps the most famous comeback in baseball history, died Thursday. He was 57. Carter was diagnosed with......
  • Florida’s Nolan Fontana makes top 25 for Brooks Wallace Award

     
    Florida junior Nolan Fontana was among 25 players in the running for the Brooks Wallace Shortstop of the Year Award when the list was released on Tuesday. The Winter Garden native has started 56 games for the Gators (41-16) and is hitting .280 with a...
  • BUMP ADDED TO CARAVAN GUEST LIST ...

     
    Newly re-signed pitcher Nate Bump has been added to the guest list for the upcoming Phillies Winter Banquet at De Sales University on Jan. 26. Bump has pitched the last two seasons for the IronPigs, earning a spot on the International League's mid-...
  • Disney family, Peter O'Malley consider joint Dodgers bid

     
    Peter O'Malley and Stanley Gold recently met to discuss whether the family of the former Dodgers owner and the family of the late Roy Disney might join forces in bidding for the Dodgers. The meeting was confirmed by a person......
  • Flea on Chili Peppers' induction to Rock Hall: 'It's very emotional'

     
    Red Hot Chili Peppers bassist Flea reacts to his band's induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Flea says, "It's very emotional for Red Hot Chili Peppers to receive such recognition."...
  • Greatest sports figures in L.A. history, No. 11: Tommy Lasorda

     
    Former Dodgers manager Tommy Lasorda was voted the 11th greatest sports figure in Los Angeles history by online readers....
  • A former Phils GM elected to the Hall

     
    The man who stood and cried as he handed out the 2008 World Series rings in April of 2009 to the Phillies was elected to the Hall of Fame by the Expansion Era Committee. Pat Gillick, the man behind the......