Tag Archives: Philadelphia Phillies

Weekly Hit Ground Ball: The race is on

After close to thirty years spent languishing between false hope and no hope, fans of the Kansas City Royals have entered this September in an unfamiliar competitive position

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Weekly Hit Ground Ball: Jeter to retire

The announcement on Wednesday that this will be Derek Jeter’s final season was a major news story

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Offseason so far: NL East

Our review of the offseason so far moves onto the National League

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Rounding the Bases: Deals being made

One week ago I stated that we may be waiting a few weeks before the MLB Hot Stove started to heat up and teams began making significant roster additions

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Rounding the Bases

Arguably the biggest news of the past week has been the surprise announcement that the Braves are planning to leave Turner Field for a new facility 10 miles away, with the projected opening being in 2017

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Weekly Hit Ground Ball: Wrong turn on replay

Instant replay plans in MLB

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Weekly Hit Ground Ball: Hope in Spring

6 players who enter MLB Spring Training with 2012 a vivid memory

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Weekly Hit Ground Ball: From coast to coast

The recent trade of Justin Upton from Arizona to Atlanta

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Look before you throw

There was an interesting play in the game between the Marlins and Phillies on Monday. The speedy Emilio Bonifacio was leading off the sixth inning for Miami and attempted to bunt his way on to first base.  The bunt went towards the pitcher’s mound towards the first-base side.  Cole Hamels jumped from the mound, scooped […]

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Dramatic Division Series leaves four teams still standing

After a thrilling end to the regular season, we were treated to a dramatic Division Series round of the 2011 postseason. Now it’s on to what could be a classic pair of Championship Series

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