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Wednesday February 13th 2013.

Phillies Begin

Spring Training is here and Mike and Todd talk about how much they've missed their "friends:" The Phillies. Roy Halladay spoke today about his mindset heading to camp this time around as opposed to last season with a back problem. Halladay said that he wants to retire a Phillie.

Marc Jackson

Sixers analyst Marc Jackson called in to talk about the All-Star break which is approaching, the Sixers play in Milwaukee tonight and are off for a week. Jackson said looking back on the Bynum trade, he wouldn't have made it knowing what he knows now and sticking with Andre Iguodala would have at least given you chemistry. Jackson also talks about Doug Collins and his failures of a coach this season.

Sportsbash Stock Exchange

1. BUY or SELL bringing back any of the Eagles free agents?

2. BUY or SELL envisioning a career year from any of the Phillies veterans?

3. BUY or SELL the Mavericks beard pact?

Scott Proefrock

Phillies Asst. GM called in to talk about the beginning of Spring Training and what his team looks like. On the outfield, Proefrock said that it's really "may the best man win." If no one steps out to win the job outright, the Phillies are comfortable with a platoon situation. Proefrock also believes that if Ryan Howard has a Ryan Howard type season, they'd be in good shape and comfortable with that.

Top Tweets

It's a Wednesday edition of top tweets!

5 Questions

1. Whats worse: Gus Johnson on soccer or Joe Buck on hockey?

2. Would you consider a different route than going pro?

3. Was the female golfer move brave or stupid?

4. What's the bravest thing you've ever done?

5. If you could pick a different name, what would it be?

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