High Cheese Archive: November, 2009

Happ finished second in Rookie of the Year voting

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Phillies lefthander J.A. Happ finished second. in the voting for National League Rookie of the Year by the Baseball Writers Association of... Read more

Phillies bid adieu to Bruntlett

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One of the Phillies' goals this offseason is to find a utlity infielder capable of providing Charlie Manuel with an adequate defensive and... Read more

Happ contender for rookie of year

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J.A. Happ already has been named the National League’s top rookie by The Sporting News. The Phillies lefthander has also won that honor... Read more

Lidge has flexor tendon repaired

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Closer Brad Lidge had surgery Wednesday to repair his flexor pronator tendon, but the Phillies said in a statement that they are hopeful the... Read more

Rollins, Victorino win Gold Gloves again

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Shortstop Jimmy Rollins and centerfield Shane Victorino again took home National League Gold Glove awards today. Rollins won for the third... Read more

Putting things in perspective: 3B, No. 7 and the GM Meetings

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Got a text from a friend last night. Told her I was in Chicago. She said "awesome." And I really can't blame her. Chicago, after... Read more

Phillies decline option on Feliz

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The Phillies have declined the option for 2010 on third baseman Pedro Feliz’ contract, general manager Ruben Amaro, Jr. announced in... Read more

Three Phillies to have surgery

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The Phillies announced that three players will undergo surgery in the coming days. According to a press release, righthander Brad Lidge is... Read more

Amaro on Free Agency: Lee's option exercised, Myers gone, More

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Ruben Amaro Jr. shed some light on the Phillies' offseason strategy today. Before we get into the interesting philosophical stuff, there are... Read more

Taking stock of the payroll

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The Phillies' Opening Day payroll was a club-record $130,844,098 this season, including nearly $20 million that was guaranteed to former players... Read more