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  • Phillies Garage Sale

     
    Today is supposed to feature a new "What Is It?" but the Phillies shakeup -- which also affected the IronPigs in a big way -- is so fresh that I decided to go with that instead. I'll post "What Is......
  • You won't have to wait long to see Ruf, who played HS ball against a current Phillies pitcher

     
    I don’t think you’re going to have to wait long to get a glimpse of Darin Ruf. Manager Charlie Manuel admitted he thought long and hard about starting him tonight in the Phillies’ series opener with the Marlins, but in......
  • Phillies have limited history with Buehrle

     
    The Phillies may be familiar with the Marlins, but they’re not so familiar with pitcher Mark Buehrle. And it many ways, that doesn’t make things easy for the Phillies. Buehrle has faced the Phillies just three times in career, with......
  • Halladay hampered with spasms near his shoulder blade

     
    Freddie Freeman hadn’t even finished running around the bases in the first inning after his three-run bomb ricocheted off the Budweiser sign hanging from the second deck in right field when Roy Halladay let out his anger. The Phillies pitcher......
  • Hamels ends losing streak at CBP

     
    The Phillies scored two runs in the seventh inning to take a one-run lead and then took command with a five-run eighth inning to beat the Mets 8-2 and prevent a sweep at home. Ty Wigginton had a season-high four......
  • What went right, what went wrong in opener

     
    THREE THINGS THAT WENT RIGHT THURSDAY 1. Roy Halladay’s outing. In his 10th consecutive Opening Day start, he allowed hits to the first two batters of the game and not another one in the eight innings he’s pitched. Charlie Manuel......
  • Qualls thinks he's figured things out; Manuel says his team is playing bad baseball

     
    Chad Qualls thinks he’s got it figured out. The Phillies back-end guy watched video last night of his outing last night and compared it to some appearances earlier in the season when things were going well for him, and he......
  • Garza dominates Phillies

     
    The Phillies had just two hits in their 5-1 loss to the Cubs on Sunday afternoon at Citizens Bank Park. The Phils avoided their third shut out of the season thanks to Ty Wigginton's bases-loaded walk with two outs in......
  • Phillies get job done against Pirates

     
    A new season hasn’t meant new trends --- at least not yet. The Phillies managed just one run for Roy Halladay, but beat the Pirates 1-0 on Opening Day at PNC Park in Pittsburgh in front of the largest crowd......
  • Phils make a trade with the Rockies

     
    The Phillies acquired infielder/outfielder Ty Wigginton and cash from the Colorado Rockies in exchange for a player to be named later or cash, General Manager Ruben Amaro Jr. announced today. The trade likely means the Phillies won't be acquiring Michael....
  • Amaro addresses left field situation and bench concerns

     
    During the media portion of the Phillies’ winter banquet at the Crowne Plaza in Wyomissing, Ruben Amaro Jr. made sure to specify that jobs can be won or lost in spring training, but in his mind he knows who the......
  • Valdez trade comes as a surprise

     
    I immediately thought three things when I heard the Phillies traded Wilson Valdez to the Reds for inexperienced left-handed reliever Jeremy Horst (he's pitched in just 12 big league games), who will be a non-roster invitee to spring training. 1.......