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Phillies Notes: News on Lee, Aumont, Martin and Phillies Sign Former All-Star Jason Marquis
Phillies Notes: News on Lee, Aumont, Martin and Phillies Sign Former All-Star Jason Marquis
Phillies Notes: News on Lee, Aumont, Martin and Phillies Sign Former All-Star Jason Marquis
The Phillies have signed former all-star pitcher Jason Marquis to a minor league contract. Marquis, 35, a 2009 all-star while pitching for the Colorado Rockies, is currently making his way back from Tommy John surgery last August. He'll report to extended spring training Wednesday and could serve as depth for the starting rotation if he continues to make progress in his rehab...
Ruben Amaro: “Victorino and Pence Couldn’t Handle the Load This Season.”
Ruben Amaro: “Victorino and Pence Couldn’t Handle the Load This Season.”
Ruben Amaro: “Victorino and Pence Couldn’t Handle the Load This Season.”
You can call it a "firesale" if you'd like, but it wasn't like what we've seen from other organizations in the past, such as the Florida Marlins. Phillies GM Ruben Amaro, Jr was able to hold on to his ace of aces in Cole Hamels and did not decide to trade Cliff Lee, who is owed $90M...
“This Wasn’t a Strong Effort by Amaro” – Keith Law on the Sports Bash [Podcast]
“This Wasn’t a Strong Effort by Amaro” – Keith Law on the Sports Bash [Podcast]
“This Wasn’t a Strong Effort by Amaro” – Keith Law on the Sports Bash [Podcast]
ESPN.com's Keith Law joined Mike Gill on the Sports Bash, Wednesday and offered his scouting reports on the players the Phillies received in return for Shane Victorino and Hunter Pence. Phillies acquired catcher Tommy Joseph, outfielder Nate Schierholtz and pitcher Seth Rosin from the Giants for Pence and cash considerations and acquired pitchers Josh Lindblom and Ethan Martin and a player to be n
My Fondest Shane Victorino Moment, Not 2008 NLDS Grand Slam [VIDEO]
My Fondest Shane Victorino Moment, Not 2008 NLDS Grand Slam [VIDEO]
My Fondest Shane Victorino Moment, Not 2008 NLDS Grand Slam [VIDEO]
The Philadelphia Phillies who in pure "firesale" mode unloaded two of their outfielders before the MLB non-waiver trade deadline Tuesday afternoon. After 8 years, 2 All-Star game appearances and 3 Gold Gloves, he is now heading back to the organization that drafted him, the Los Angeles Dodgers...

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