High Cheese Archive: January, 2012

Qualls gives Phillies a low-risk righty-on-righty option

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Chad Qualls is no longer the pitcher who teamed with Brad Lidge in Houston from 2004 through 2007, posting a 3.39 ERA with 6.9 strikeouts and... Read more

Phils sign righthander Qualls

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The Phillies have signed righthander Chad Qualls to a 1-year, $1.15 million contract, general manager Ruben Amaro Jr. announced today. The... Read more

Status updates: Contreras, Utley, Howard, and more

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Just arrived home from the Philadelphia Sports Writer's Association's annual banquet, where the Phillies always send a large contingent. I... Read more

Manuel on Marlins: 'They've got to be a contender'

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The Daily News begins our National League East spring training preview series in tomorrow's editions with a look at the newly named Miami Marlins... Read more

Oswalt expected to sign with Cards

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Former Phillies pitcher Roy Oswalt is expected to sign a one-year deal with St. Louis, according to espnboston.com. A source said the deal... Read more

Phillies, Pence agree on deal

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The Phillies don't like going to arbitration hearings, and they won't be going to one this year after finalizing at deal with Hunter Pence... Read more

Phillies add Juan Pierre

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The Phillies have added another interesting name to the veterans free agents signed to minor league deals with an invitation to spring training... Read more

Juan Pierre makes sense for Phillies

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UPDATED (11:55 a.m.): The Phillies have agreed to a minor league deal with Juan Pierre with an invitation to spring training. EARLIER: According... Read more

'Disappointed' Lidge says goodbye to Philly

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The lasting image will always be of a man on his knees, reaching up toward the glowing sky, teammates swarming and fans cheering as entire... Read more

Lidge signs with Nationals

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Brad Lidge is officially gone, but he won’t be forgotten. Lidge signed a one-year deal with division rival Washington for a reported... Read more