Tuesday, December 10, 2013
'Boston Strangler' Toney joins Phila. Sports Hall
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Fri., 11/08/13 - 07:37 AM
Definitely long overdue. Toney was one of my favorite athletes, and I was always disappointed about the way he was treated by Katz on his way out.
Coatesville parents demand firing of officials over racist texts
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Mon., 09/23/13 - 21:44 PM
1. The text messages were transmitted using mobile phones issued by the District. Messages sent using employer-issued phones and computers are not confidential. 2. The texts reveal that these men have attitudes that are the completely incompatible with their positions as educators, role models and leader.
Always protect yourself, but especially when buying a foreclosure
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Sat., 09/21/13 - 11:52 AM
"You will need to carefully review the title insurance commitment to make sure that the foreclosure was performed and concluded properly and that all issues have been cleared up"
it is virtually impossible for any layperson to do this
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Nerlens Noel impacts the game from the defensive end
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Mon., 08/19/13 - 21:21 PM
bearsfriend - I usually agree with you and I always respect your insight, but I'm with blah in this instance. I'm not saying Jru isn't a really good player, I just think he's a bit overrated and I think the potential return we get for the trade made the deal worth doing. Jru was free to create, score and freelance because he was on a team that had no scorers. I can't say for sure what Jru can do for a talented team. Time will tell.
Sun., 08/18/13 - 22:04 PM
Fafink - Jru Holliday is a nice player but you can't build around him - he's not especially tall, he's not a "Jordan" level talent, doesn't have an outside shot and doesn't make the players around him better (in the way that a PG like Jason Kidd did). The Sixers had the kind of team that was good enough to make the playoffs, but never a threat to go deep - essentially, NBA purgatory. That's why Jru had to go. Noel has a higher ceiling than Jru, plays a premium position, the Pelicans' pick may turn into a good player, and we get Jru's salary off the books. That trade was a slam dunk.
Plan to raze Longwood houses pits preservation against green space
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Mon., 04/01/13 - 08:50 AM
Let's see the preservationists put their money where their mouths are - if they care about the houses so much, they can pay to move them somewhere else, and then pay to maintain them. If they're not willing to put their money where their mouths are, they should just shut up and mind their own business.
Questions to ponder in final stretch of Sixers' season
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Sat., 03/09/13 - 10:10 AM
You can't build a championship team around Jrue - best to acknowledge that fact and trade him while his value is high. As many have said before me, Collins is not the right guy to develop young players.
As Contreras struggles at Clearwater, Qualls poised to fill in
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Fri., 04/06/12 - 16:32 PM
Going into Spring Training, it was apparent that the Phillies needed a better option at setup and a situational lefty. Contreras/Bastardo are good when healthy, but don't seem to be healthy. Qualls and Stutes are 6th maybe 7th inning guys. For a team built on pitching, there are too many question marks in the bullpen.
Sixers begin vote for new mascot
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Tue., 12/06/11 - 00:49 AM
All of them are embarrassingly bad
Phillies, Brewers going toe-to-toe for Rollins?
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Tue., 12/06/11 - 00:44 AM
shady - you mean 2033, not 2023
The lines harden in Rollins negotiations
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Tue., 12/06/11 - 00:17 AM
If you're going to comment, please learn spelling and punctuation. Also, for everyone who wants to plug Galvis in at SS - do you really know anything about him and will you be happy with a SS who hits .235 with no power? On another note, I'm not totally sold on the idea of bringing Jimmy back, especially for 4-5 years or some outrageous salary, but all the nitwits who want to bash Jimmy should stop and think about how he has contributed leadership and skill to a team that went from the outhouse to the penthouse. I'm not saying we need to reward that with a new contract, but why wouldn't you show the man some love and respect?
Ludwick a deadline piece again
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Sun., 07/24/11 - 13:30 PM
I'd rather get Melky Cabrera or Hunter Pence, but I wouldn't mind Ludwick as part of a deal for Heath Bell or Adams.
Can Phillies really count on current bullpen in playoffs?
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Fri., 07/22/11 - 12:55 PM
We need a high caliber corner right-handed OF and who we can control beyond this year (e.g., Cabrera or Pence). I'm not excited about giving up a Worley or Brown for a half season rental of Beltran. Beltran isn't hitting lefties this year and we would have a hole in the OF next season when Raul is gone (two holes if we trade Brown). In addition to a full time OF, we also should try to pick up an inexpensive right handed bat who can work in a platoon situation with Raul and/or Brown (e.g., Francoer or Ludwick). This will help immensely when we face left handed pitching. Also remember, this season is about the World Series, when we will be facing a team with a DH. I also think we need another situational lefty in the bullpen. We can probably live without another back end bullpen arm if Charlie limits his use of Bastardo and Stutes - but that's a big "if". I'm willing to trade Worley, since he will never have more trade value than he does now, and he won't even crack the playoff rotation unless one of the big four isn't healthy.
Oswalt's fastball, etc.
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Sat., 06/18/11 - 10:38 AM
The ball and strike calling was horrible. I hope the league evaluates Eddings. Oswalt pitched well enough to win. A few posters seem to mistake Oswalt's cool, calm demeanor for a lack of intensity. That just shows they have't paid attention to him throughout his career.
Schmidt says Phils' foursome not fearsome
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Tue., 04/05/11 - 18:33 PM
I agree with everyone who has posted critiques of the Pat Jordan piece. Jordan is clearly stuck in the past, and is grasping at straws in an attempt to denigrate the Phillies' staff. He goes out of his way to cite extraneous facts and opinions of old timers that attempt to show the Phillies pitchers in a lesser light - Cliff Lee doesn't read books, Roy Halladay's favorite book is "full of simplicities cloaked in athletic jargon that comforts pitchers who have never thought much about their craft", Nolan Ryan thinks Lee is hittable, snide comments about the players' willingness to meet with him, etc. As many posters have aptly noted, hitters are bigger, stronger, smarter and have the benefit of technological advances and rules that prohibit head hunting. One poster made an excellent point about how video technology enables hitters to make in-game adjustments. Then you have pitch counts, specialty pitchers (closers, set up men, lefty specialists, seventh inning specialists) and new managerial philosophies that make it difficult for starting pitchers to finish games. The point is that you have a team with four pitchers who would be a #1 starter on most teams, and a #3 starter as your fifth. In today's era, they are exceptional.
Stan Hochman: Philly fans know we've been to Promised Land before
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Fri., 02/11/11 - 14:04 PM
Outstanding piece. Whenever Conlin tries to write about sports history like this, it seems nonsensical.
Vick: No contract negotiations
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Wed., 01/19/11 - 22:59 PM
He said "until the time comes - that's when we'll really buckle down"
Chat: Sixers with Kate Fagan, noon
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Mon., 11/15/10 - 17:39 PM
I think Kate is right on with her observations. It's great to have a local sportswriter with such a passion for and knowledge of the game, and I appreciate her articles, blog, video reports, chats, etc. The Sixers are ignored by the local sports media, and I don't have time to watch every game, so it's nice to have such a good information source. By the way, I disagree with those who are ripping Eric Snow as the color commentator. I think his insights and observations are terrific, and he is far better than his predecessors.
Iguodala not on the market?
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Wed., 11/10/10 - 15:14 PM
Iguodala is a nice player, but not worth his $80 million contract. Unless he learns to stop taking the long range jumpers (or develops a jump shot, but I don't see that happening), I don't really want him on the team.
Inside the Phillies: Age is a consideration as Phillies GM Ruben Amaro builds his team for next season
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Wed., 10/27/10 - 08:57 AM
The Phillies really need to replace both Werth and Ibanez. I like Raul as much as the next guy and I realize that he can be excellent in flashes, but when he's off he is totally off. Ibanez has just one more year on his contract - we need to eat that salary and put two contact hitters in the OF.
Chesco town voted one of nations coolest
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Thu., 09/09/10 - 22:52 PM
It's obvious that most of the first 9 posters haven't spent any time in Kennett Square lately. Perhaps that's not such a bad thing.
Troubled Mets no road warriors
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Sat., 08/07/10 - 16:19 PM
Mark1npt, I have noticed that many of the Phillies hitters (other than J-Roll) are simply trying to make contact rather than trying to crush the ball. I'm very impressed with D. Brown's effortless swing - it's great to see that from a rookie who hits with power.
Phillies shut down top pitching prospect
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Wed., 08/04/10 - 22:45 PM
I remember Macnow - incredibly boring and incredibly full of himself. Is he still paired with the "Cuz" (i.e., the coolest guy in Philly)? I haven't listened to WIP in months, and I don't miss it a bit. Angelo the buffoon, obnoxious Eskin - do they have any good hosts? I like the hosts at 97.5 much more (except "Mike and Mike" - they stink).
Is adding an Oswalt or Haren a smart move?
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Sat., 07/24/10 - 13:34 PM
ChrisC4499: I'm not in the clubhouse, but I have read in a number of places that Werth is a dark cloud. Where there's smoke, there's fire. Even the Morning Call's beat writer (Mandy Housenick) made the observation. Look at the 700 Level and Crashburn Alley. Here are just a couple examples: http://www.the700level.com/2010/07/the-jayson-werth-love-affair-continues-to-spiral-downward-.html http://crashburnalley.com/2010/07/17/phillys-new-pariah-jayson-werth/
Sat., 07/24/10 - 10:16 AM
There's no question that hitting is the problem right now, but trading for an ace is still the right move - as long as the Phillies would have him under control for at least the next two seasons. It's clear that the offensive struggles are mainly due to injuries and being in a funk. The injury issue seems to be getting better. We're going to miss Utley for a few more weeks, but there have been times this season where we have been missing two or three important bats at a time. Trade Werth, who has been a toxic presence in the dugout and the clubhouse. Replace him with Brown, who will add energy and excitement to the team. Rollins will get back into the swing, Howard will continue to heat up and the offense will be fine. The bats will also be rejuvenated and inspired by the addition of an ace. The Phillies are far more talented than any other team in the NL East, and there is plenty of time to make up a six game deficit. If you make the playoffs, that third ace will be key when you're matching up with the Cards, Yankees or Red Sox. If, for some reason, we don't make the playoffs this year, going into next year with three aces and a potent lineup will bode well.
Sixers chat with Phil Jasner
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Tue., 02/16/10 - 22:26 PM
Mikeydee, I'm not saying Young is better than Iguodala at the moment - that's not the point. I'm a little confused by your statement "with an All-Star caliber player alongside him, Iguodala's value will only rise". How are the 76ers going to get an All-Star caliber player when they are maxed-out under the salary cap and have Iguodala, Brand and Dalembert each making way more than their market value? One way to get an All-Star caliber player is to tank the season and get a top pick. This team would rather make the eighth playoff seed year after year, even though it has no shot to make a deep playoff run. We have a team that's going nowhere and we need to start over. If we can find someone to take on Iguodala's obscene salary, it will create salary flexibility, make it more likely that we will lose games and get more lottery balls, and give us a chance to see what Thad Young is really capable of when playing his natural position. Iguodala is not the kind of player you can build a championship team around. He may be an effective part of a team that already has a superstar or two, but he can't put a team on his back the way Lebron or Kobe can.
Tue., 02/16/10 - 17:40 PM
It appears to me that most of the questioners were operating under the assumption that getting an expiring contract for Iguodala would constitute "value" and that Mr. Jasner did not see it that way. I agree with those who feel that an expiring contract for Iguodala would be sufficient value, given that Iguodala is overpaid and this team needs to lose, get into the lottery and rebuild. Plus, Thaddeus Young has the same game as Iguodala, but he is younger and cheaper.
Blanton's agent: Talks are progressing on multi-year deal
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Thu., 01/21/10 - 13:32 PM
Joe isn't great, but he's better than average. Basically he's been a top 3 starter for a team that has gone to the World Series back to back. The Phillies have a chance to win every time he is on the mound. He was terrific in the 2008 postseason, and for some reason he did not get consistent chances to start in the 2009 postseason. He's worth between 7.5-9 million per year, and I would give him up to 3 years.
How Dan Gottlieb and Teddy Pendergrass helped each other
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Fri., 01/15/10 - 10:21 AM
I'm sorry for your loss. You help so many people. I feel you have a deep understanding of peoples needs when I read your column and listen to your show. Thank you for giving so much of yourself to others.
Bill Conlin: Halladay deal: Just seems like a Cy for a Cy
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Tue., 12/15/09 - 21:32 PM
I understand and agree with the trade for Halladay, but not the Lee trade. The Phillies still need a #3 starter behind Halladay and Hamels. Blanton and Happ are pretty good regular season pitchers, but the team didn't even have enough faith to let them start but once or twice in the postseason. Lee's $9 million is not much more than the going rate for a middle of the rotation starter. Conlin said: "And the door would appear to be open for a veteran back-ender of the Jason Marquis variety". How could that possibly be the case, when Marquis and players of his ilk routinely make $7 million per year? If the Phillies can pay $7 million for Marquis, why not just hang on to Lee? And don't say it was for the prospects that we got from Seattle. We'd have been better off taking the draft choices after Lee left via free agency. The other need is a back of the bullpen guy, but this would be less of a pressing need with Halladay and Lee at the top of the rotation. Also, keeping Lee and adding Halladay would increase the odds of winning the WS, and the extra revenue would probably pay Lee's salary. Despite my whining, I'm still glad we got Halladay. I must say that this piece was much better than any of Conlin's other recent columns.
Bill Conlin: In this forest of the night, one swell foop of titillation
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Tue., 12/01/09 - 23:46 PM
Bill: What a lousy article. You're a sportswriter for God's sake. Why do you insist on using as many $10 words as possible, and then writing in a stream of consciousness? It's not that I can't figure out what you're saying, the problem is that you make your readers have to work so hard to follow along. If I want to read something that requires thought, I'll read William Faulker or James Joyce. If I want to read about the Phillies or Tiger Woods, I shouldn't have to wade through references to Icarus and William Blake.
Homecoming for Schneider
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Tue., 12/01/09 - 23:27 PM
Good back up catcher. Always seemed to be a threat at the plate when he played against the Phillies. Nice move.
No arb offers for Park, Eyre; Smoltz an option; More
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Tue., 12/01/09 - 23:25 PM
DeRosa can't be a starting 3B for the Phillies - just look at his stats. I think the Philies can realistically afford Figgins and I think he would be worth it. He is the only 3B candidate that you can count on to have a solid year next season. Polanco, Beltre and Tejada are the next best choices, but each of them carries risks (e.g., age and/or steadily declining stats). It's not clear that Polanco, Beltre or Tejada will be upgrades over Feliz, so the only legitimate reason to decline Feliz' option would be to sign Figgins.
Elton Brand's Search For A Niche
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Wed., 11/11/09 - 23:09 PM
Brand is a worse deal than CWebb, because when we signed Brand we had cap space. We acquired CWebb by trading garbage for garbage.
How Phillies managed to stay at the top
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Wed., 10/28/09 - 08:06 AM
Kudos to Amaro. I wasn't an Amaro fan coming into the season, but he has made all the right moves.
Making the scene in L.A.
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Fri., 10/16/09 - 08:22 AM
Lame. This wasn't the least bit amusing.
Phil Sheridan: Hamels is beginning to look like an ex-ace
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Fri., 10/16/09 - 08:08 AM
Hamels' reaction to the flubbed double play was selfish and childish. This article makes it seem as though Hamels thought his reaction was justified. I hope he grows up and apologizes to his teammates.
Kolb proves his quarterback chops
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Mon., 09/28/09 - 08:48 AM
The jury is still out on Kolb. He looked good for the most part yesterday, but he did throw a couple balls that should have been picked off - which is incomprehensible, considering that he was not getting any pressure at all from the Chiefs defense. Hopefully those kind of mistakes will go away with experience, but I don't think we can make that assumption based only on a game in which Kolb wasn't even touched by the opposing defense. I know this isn't fair, but I have a feeling we would have scored 50+ yesterday with McNabb at QB.
Enough already: Give Vick a second chance
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Wed., 09/09/09 - 07:40 AM
Great article! I fully agree with the statement: "...it was fascinating how people tried to make Vick into who they wanted him to be".
Vick's redemption off to slow start
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Wed., 09/09/09 - 07:35 AM
Phil - I usually agree with you, but it isn't really your place to reach the conclusions stated here simply because you think he should have delivered a different message.
Bill Conlin: Amaro needs to force Manuel to change Phillies closer
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Thu., 08/27/09 - 08:19 AM
Moyer goes after Phils on new role
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Wed., 08/12/09 - 07:57 AM
Timmy - it's one thing to be disappointed, and a completely different thing to say that Amaro "misled" him. The latter is a pretty serious charge. As someone else said, Amaro could have only misled Moyer if Amaro told him that he would remain a starter even if he had one of the highest ERA's in baseball. Implicit in any contract discussion would have been an assumption that Moyer would not be this inconsistent. If the Phillies knew he would be this inconsistent, they would not have given him a $15 million, 2 year deal. Therefore it is completely unprofessional and selfish for Moyer to accuse the Phillies of misleading him.
Moyer says Phils "misled" him, Phils respond
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Tue., 08/11/09 - 23:12 PM
I am very annoyed with Jaime's decision to go public with allegations that he was "misled". This is worse than just expressing disappointment with his demotion. Did he think he could just go out there every 5 days, be the worst starter in the National League, and collect his inflated paycheck for the next 2 seasons? Doesn't he realize that the Phillies have playoff aspirations and they need to do whatever it takes to ensure that they win? Hey Jaime, just be happy that you negotiated a second year so that you can keep stealing from the Phillies. I think Jaime misled the Phillies into thinking that he actually had other offers on the table that he would consider taking. Were there other playoff caliber teams that wanted a 46 year old pitcher, or was he willing to go to any team willing to meet his price? I'd have so much more respect for Jaime if he had just kept his mouth shut tonight.
Sam Donnellon: Phillies GM Amaro on a lucky streak right now
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Fri., 08/07/09 - 11:45 AM
I can't believe the headline said Ruben was lucky. The sports headlines on this page have been awful. I never cared for Ruben when he was an assistant, and I was none too pleased when he got the GM job. Boy was I wrong. Signing Ibanez, trading for Lee (and Francisco), hanging on to Happ, Drabak Brown and Taylor, affirming that Happ will remain in the rotation, getting Pedro for less than $1 million, getting Ryan Howard to finally sign a contract, getting Cole signed, etc. Ruben is doing an outstanding job, and luck has nothing to do with it.
Bill Conlin: Sixth sense: Happ will go to Phillies bullpen
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Thu., 08/06/09 - 22:42 PM
Bill - Your assessment was spot-on. Do you really have a sixth sense, or did you get inside information? Did someone in the front office give you bad dope just to mess with you?
Thu., 08/06/09 - 08:14 AM
I've yet to hear a sufficient explanation for why Moyer should be in the rotation over Happ. The fact that Happ would be better than Moyer in the pen doesn't do it for me. You're talking about a mop-up role, anyway. Moyer is a nice guy, a good presence in the clubhouse and community, and making big bucks. None of that means that he should start over Happ. Just look at the numbers. Don't weaken the rotation just to upgrade your mop-up reliever or to reward a guy for things he has accomplished in the past. Moyer is only effective against aggressive hitters, and even then he requires a generous strike zone. You can't count on either of those two things in the playoffs. We need Happ in the playoff rotation, and bouncing him back and forth between the pen and the rotation could be detrimental (remember Madson a few years back?)
Brett Myers to throw sim. game Thursday
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Tue., 08/04/09 - 21:11 PM
Can't continue to count on Moyer - he's done. Keep Happ in the rotation. Also need to consider resting Hamels.
Oh, the injuries! Oh, the decisons!
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Tue., 08/04/09 - 21:07 PM
Can't continue to count on Moyer - he's done. Keep Happ in the rotation.
Jays ask for Drabek, Happ and Brown for Halladay
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Fri., 07/24/09 - 21:40 PM
Happ tonight has given up 5 runs through 6 innings. Meanwhile, tonight Halladay faced the defending AL champs and went 9 innings giving up 1 run.
Martinez and Phillies close to contract
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Mon., 07/13/09 - 18:06 PM
I'm all for going after Halladay, because he wins 16-20 games, year in, year out, for a crappy team in the toughest division in baseball. The odds of any Phillies pitching prospect being as good as Halladay are less than 1000 to 1. However, if a trade for Halladay doesn't pan out, then I'd look into Zack Duke. He looked pretty good the other night, and I have to think that the Pirates would deal him.
Knowshon Moreno earns reputation as a hard worker
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Fri., 04/24/09 - 09:05 AM
phillyguy215: Maybe the Eagles will draft a tackle with the intent to convert him to running back.
Phil Jasner: DiLeo should return as Sixers coach, no matter how playoffs turn out
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Fri., 04/24/09 - 08:56 AM
I have been very impressed with DiLeo. To PSV - how long was DiLeo the coach before Brand went down? I agree that Brand wasn't integrated, but I saw a tiny bit of improvement after Cheeks left. Not sure if he had enough time. Hopefully Brand is paying close attention to what the 76ers did without him and is thinking about how to work within the team's strengths. To Schwike - trading Brand appears to be the best move, but given what he showed last year, who would want to take on his contract?
Les Bowen: Making a case for McNabb's return to Eagles
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Wed., 01/21/09 - 08:53 AM
Excellent piece by Les, and I totally agree with monsieurms' post from 7:59. There's really nothing more that needs to be said. Some of the shaky passes came when he was under heavy pressure. That is an area he needs to improve. I try to avoid listening to Ike Reese when possible, but it seems to me that he'll make a statement one minute and then a minute later he'll say the complete opposite. Also it seems that, for whatever reason, many of Donovan's former teammates have a problem with him. Maybe Donovan is not likable, but he isn't the reason why the Eagles lost on Sunday. To the contrary, the Eagles almost won and it was all because of Donovan. Add a big back, a pass rusher and bolster the O-line - this will put the Eagles in the Super Bowl. A stud tight end would be nice too - maybe that's Celek?
The Phillies Speak About Romero
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Tue., 01/06/09 - 20:39 PM
If Phil Sheridan's column was correct, Romero got the shaft and Amaro did a huge disservice to both him and the Phillies. Whatever Amaro's loyalties to MLB, he should have a higher level of loyalty to the Phillies. By not sticking up for Romero, he missed out on a chance to clear the record and make both Romero and the Phillies look better. This episode taints the image of Romero and the Phillies to the casual observer that doesn't see all of the facts reported by Phil Sheridan. If it was absolutely necessary for Amaro to be diplomatic to both sides, he should have said what RWR posted at 1:56 today - that post was very well written.
Phils' Romero denies wrongdoing on eve of suspension
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Tue., 01/06/09 - 08:33 AM
If this article tells the whole story, it's hard to understand why Romero would be suspended. I feel sorry for JC, but I like the way he is handling it. It's very cool that he pitched as well as he did with all of this garbage hanging over his head.
Mitch Williams hired by MLB Network
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Wed., 12/31/08 - 08:49 AM
Good for Mitch, but since this probably means he won't be doing Phillies Post-Game Live, I'm disappointed. He's an excellent analyst.
Paul Domowitch: Why Eagles' McNabb should stay and why he should go
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Fri., 12/26/08 - 10:35 AM
We have a pretty good defense, so now is not the time to begin rebuilding. I would feel good about next season if McNabb comes back and we could somehow do the following: (1) improve the offensive line (can Shawn Andrews return and be dominant again?); (2) improve the receiving corps (add a top tight end and perhaps a WR with hands); and (3) balance the offense.
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