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My Favorite and Least Favorite Phillies Games: A Tale of Stolen Bases

Two men stood on first base. Not at the same time, mind you, because I don't think that sort of thing is allowed. They stood on first at different times, in different games, in different years, but...


A Brief Rant

Why am I writing this? I don't know. Maybe it's the eight half-gallon Cokes I downed a few hours ago to the tune of weak pop-ups courtesy Matt Cain, or maybe it's the profound feeling of minimality...

Gelb via Twitter: Oswalt activated, Worley sent down


Oh. Interesting. Zolecki speculates perhaps they want to keep getting him innings to keep him sharp since both Blanton and Oswalt seem to be on the fritz injury-wise.


Is Mark Turgeon about to land his first recruit at Maryland?

Via The Post. Seth Allen, a 6-1 guard from Fredericksburg Christian (wherever THAT is; Virginia, I think), will be on campus Saturday with his family. The Turg apparently had offered him while...


Sabermetrics books

Being as that I just got a job which gives me a lot of down time (working a desk from 2-8 AM on Mondays and Wednesdays will do that) and being as there is only so much studying I can do and being...

Gelb: Don't write off Brown for Phillies' right-field job.


Matt Gelb of the Inquirer examines the decrease in expectations for Dominic Brown over the course of the offseason. He makes a good point. Brown's perceived value has gone down without him actually doing anything. Though I do believe Gelb ignores the fact that expectations may have been a little too high to begin with, his point that Dom Brown is still the same player he was back in September and that his performance in his 47 or so at-bats should do nothing to change that is a valid one.


Phillie Killers: The Search for Truth in a World of Perception

Do certain ballplayers really dominate the Phillies, the way it seems?

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