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  • Dugan can play, no joke

    Dugan can play, no joke
    READING — Kelly Dugan grew up in Southern California and has a father, Dennis, who has spent his adult life as an actor, director and producer. The elder Dugan, 67, appeared in classic TV shows such as "M*A*S*H" and has directed many comedies,...
  • Phillies fall to Rangers

    ARLINGTON, Texas The ball bounced from Marlon Byrd's right hand, and the Phillies rightfielder never bothered to retrieve it. He plopped his glove on his head, sauntered into the visiting dugout, and this is what the first defeat in 2014 felt like. The...
  • Phillies 'High Hopes' hard to come by this spring

    Phillies 'High Hopes' hard to come by this spring
    My fellow geeks and I had our annual fantasy baseball draft Saturday. Some of us have been at this for 27 years, and it's still one of my favorite days of the year. We use an auction format where someone throws a player's name out, we write our bids down...
  • IronPigs not worried about increased competition for local entertainment dollar

    IronPigs not worried about increased competition for local entertainment dollar
    When the Lehigh Valley IronPigs opened the gates of Coca-Cola Park for the first time on March 30, 2008, for an exhibition game against the Phillies, the local entertainment landscape — not to mention the skyline of downtown of Allentown —...
  • Phils open season by outslugging Rangers

    Phils open season by outslugging Rangers
    ARLINGTON, Texas - There is little Cliff Lee will want to remember about his return to Texas, save the outcome. The Philadelphia Phillies made a winner out of Lee, prevailing in Monday afternoon's 14-10 slugfest over the Rangers at Globe Life Park....
  • Phillies power past Rangers in wild opener

    ARLINGTON, Texas The most surprising thing about Opening Day at Globe Life Park was that the Texas Rangers actually held the lead after three innings. Tanner Scheppers had surrendered six runs in the second. Ace left-hander Cliff Lee was the opposing...
  • Phillies hammer Rangers 14-10

    ARLINGTON, Texas The Phillies played Monday for 3 hours and 36 minutes, not sufficient time to override a city's apathy that spanned an entire winter and bled into springtime, but enough to create the kind of first impression they so craved. Jimmy Rollins...
  • Bob Brookover: Rollins does it his way

    ARLINGTON, Texas The human lightning rod created the season's first electricity. After being benched for three days in spring training for using two words "Who cares?" that infuriated his manager and the masses, another mini-controversy swirled around...
  • At the century mark, Wrigley Field remains a baseball mecca

     At the century mark, Wrigley Field remains a baseball mecca
    Nelson Algren once compared his love of Chicago to "loving a woman with a broken nose." "You may well find lovelier lovelies, but never a lovely so real." The same could be said of Wrigley Field, an old Chicago house that's aged gracefully over the...
  • Wrigley Field's best Cubs games

    Wrigley Field's best Cubs games
    Sept. 28, 1938. The most renowned home run in Cubs history is the legendary "Homer in the Gloamin'" by player-manager Gabby Hartnett that helped capture the 1938 pennant. With daylight fading and the Cubs-Pirates game tied 5-5 in the bottom of the ninth,...
  • Goose Island finally gets to woo home crowd at Wrigley

    Goose Island finally gets to woo home crowd at Wrigley
    After 25 years, Goose Island finally has a home field advantage at Wrigley Field. Chicago’s longest-tenured beer maker will be abundant at Clark and Addison this season for the first time, with both 312 Urban Wheat Ale and the newly released 312...
  • Five who could be Phillies in the future

    Here are five players that are currently not on the Phillies 40-man roster, who have a chance to receive playing time with the big league club this season: 1. David Buchanan The right-hander hasn't thrown in a game higher than Double-A and was a late...