High Cheese Archive: December, 2010

Moyer still aiming for comeback in 2012

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Less than four weeks removed from Tommy John surgery, lefthander Jamie Moyer remains optimistic that he will return to the big leagues in 2012... Read more

Sabathia says he understands Lee's decision

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CC Sabathi and Cliff Lee are friends from their time as teammates with the Cleveland Indians. They could have been teammates again with the... Read more

Phillies' 2010 payroll is third in MLB

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The Phillies had the third-highest payroll in baseball in 2010, according to information received by clubs from the commissioner's office... Read more

Halladay earns more honors

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Roy Halladay picked up a few more accolades last night during the annual "This Year in Baseball" awards from the MLB Network. Halladay... Read more

Utley on the Big Four, his health and pressure to win

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Chase Utley was as surprised as you were about the Phillies' signing Cliff Leee. “I found out probably the same time you found out,"... Read more

Werth boos Amaro, via text message

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Phillies general manager Ruben Amaro Jr. appeared on Fox29’s “Good Day” show this morning and said he was booed in a text... Read more

Greg Maddux says Phillies' rotation could be 'very special'

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Greg Maddux knows a little bit about being a part of one of the best rotations of all time, and he likes what he sees from the Phillies' star-studded... Read more

Lee: 'I never wanted to leave'

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In his opening remarks, Cliff Lee acknowledged what everyone had seemingly known since he left almost a year ago to the day. "Here I... Read more

Halladay named Sporting News pro athlete of the year

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Phillies pitcher Roy Halladay has been named the Sporting News pro athlete of the year, the magazine announced today. "I might someday... Read more

The argument for keeping Joe Blanton

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Prevailing sentiment around baseball is that the Phillies will need to eat some money if they expect to trade Joe Blanton and the $17 million... Read more