High Cheese Archive: April, 2008

How will history judge Ed Wade?

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Ed Wade is one of the more maligned figures in recent Phillies history. In his eight years as the club's general manager, the Phillies failed... Read more

A foul loss

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Real quickly. . . 1) As I'm sure you've already heard/seen, the Phils fell today to 6-7 and still can't get on the positive side of .500 2)... Read more

Guess who's leading off. . .(you're probably wrong)

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I got to the home clubhouse at about 10:20 this morning, perfect time to watch players and media as they strolled through the door one by one... Read more

Myers bounces back

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Had the night off from the ballpark last night, but was impressed with what I saw out of Brett Myers and Brad Lidge on television. It's early... Read more

Phils lose wild one

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It was a great ending to a game the Phillies will look back on and wonder what if. Despite wasting scoring opportunity after scoring opportunity... Read more

Phils sign lefty reliever Steve Kline

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Last week, the Phillies declared that they were not interested in reliever Steve Kline (at this time). Well, the time has come. The Phillies... Read more

Rollins' X-Rays Negative

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Jimmy Rollins said before the game that the X-Rays he was getting were precautionary. Well, Philadelphia apparently can breathe a big sigh... Read more

Update: Rollins scratched from line-up; could pinch-hit; will have X-Rays

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Jimmy Rollins addressed the media a few minutes ago and explained that he decided to make the safe choice and not play tonight against the... Read more

New York, New York: Day Two

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Good morning/afternoon. Kyle Kendrick's on the hill tonight against Mike Pelfrey. The two youngsters squared off last year on July 1, a game... Read more

Developing: Jimmy Rollins leaves game with sprained left ankle

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Defending NL MVP Jimmy Rollins left the Phillies' game against the Mets today with a sprained left ankle. It's unclear what the prognosis is... Read more