High Cheese Archive: September, 2008

Kendrick headed to Fla.

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It doesn't seem particularly fair that a guy who has contributed so much to the Phillies over the past year-and-a-half will likely be in Florida... Read more

Gillick's Legacy?

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I touched on this in my story today about Greg Dobbs, J.C. Romero and Jayson Werth and their respective contributions to this Phillies team... Read more

Waiting on the rain

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Here's my nightmare scenario: Tomorrow night's game gets rained out. Double-header Sunday. Phillies, Mets and Brewers all finish the regular... Read more

From the Unintentional Comedy Department

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Here's a press release from the Phillies on today's bomb scare at Citizens Bank Park: "After looking into the matter of today's incident... Read more

Your 2008 Playoff Roster

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Here's a short story about a guy named Steve Green. I shared it briefly in the comments section of the Happ post yesterday. Steve Green has... Read more

Is Happ's Season Over?

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I've come up small in blogging the past couple days, for which I offer my heartfelt apologies. Let's let bygones be bygones. 1) Great... Read more

Magic Numbers: Five and Eight

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On the elevator this morning I was talking with Phillies broadcaster Tom McCarthy about last night's game. It's amazing how big one win can... Read more

Uggla means "Owl" in Swedish. . .

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. . .and the Phillies don't really give a Hoot about what the Marlins second baseman said to Florida reporters after capping off a series victory... Read more

What will it take: 7-3? 6-4?

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You might think that baseball writers are the coolest human beings in the world. You might think that when we leave the ballpark at night after... Read more

Mr. September

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I present to you Ryan Howard's stats for September of 2008, along with his National League ranks: Batting Average: .396 (6th) Home Runs:... Read more