Phillies Now Archive: April, 2013

Jimmy Rollins ... Mr. Clutch!!

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First ... Full disclosure: I have been one of those that felt that Jimmy Rollins did not adhere enough to his obvious talents, cringed every... Read more

Chase Utley's E Pace

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If it seems Chase Utley is racking up the errors faster than the Flyers are going through defensemen, you are correct. Only once in his career... Read more

John Mayberry Jr. back in the two-hole

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John Mayberry Jr. is making his second straight start batting second, and his recent play is the reason why. In 44 plate appearances this season... Read more

Ex-Phillie Schilling: R.I. Gov wants $75M back

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Rhode Island Gov. Lincoln Chaffee is suing former Phillie Curt Schilling and his partners in defunct video-games company 38 Studios, "along... Read more

Sporting News sees bad coaching trend for Temple

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It hasn't been forward progress for Temple, according to the Sporting News. The magazine ranked college football coaches, and the Owls, according... Read more

Five observations: Booing Brown and Howard with RISP

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Five facts and/or observations from last night's 7-3 win over the Cardinals. . . 1) Watching crappy baseball in near-freezing temperatures... Read more

What to expect from Jonathan Pettibone

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The safer pick was Tyler Cloyd. The 25-year-old righthander made six starts at the end of 2012 for the Phillies, and while not overwhelming... Read more

10 Most Expensive Trips To The Ballgame in 2013

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PORTLAND, Ore. (TheStreet) -- Major League Baseball may be still be one of the best values in the land, but that doesn't mean fans are&hellip... Read more

Live updates: Phillies vs. Pirates, 7:05 p.m.

The Phillies beat the Pirates, 3-2, at Citizens Bank Park. Jonathan Pettibone allowed two runs over 5 1/3 innings in his major-league debut... Read more

Pitching matchups for the forseeable future

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Starting Monday, the Phillies will play 13 straight games against teams who finished 2012 with fewer than 80 wins. This stretch could very... Read more