2012 Phillies Exit Interviews

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2012 Phillies Exit Interview: Phillippe Aumont

As with any one appearance, so with his career path: this hulking Quebecois reliever seems like a 50-50 bet to dominate or implode

2012 Phillies Exit Interview: Phillippe Aumont

As with any one appearance, so with his career path: this hulking Quebecois reliever seems like a 50-50 bet to dominate or implode

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2012 Phillies Exit Interview: Justin De Fratus

Existential French philosopher or lockdown seventh inning guy? As usual, no answers here, but lots of odd speculative fiction.

2012 Phillies Exit Interview: Justin De Fratus

Existential French philosopher or lockdown seventh inning guy? As usual, no answers here, but lots of odd speculative fiction.

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2012 Phillies Exit Interview: Vance Worley

Recently traded starter Vance Worley was an enigma wrapped in a riddle wrapped in a pair of glasses. What do we make of him?

2012 Phillies Exit Interview: Vance Worley

Recently traded starter Vance Worley was an enigma wrapped in a riddle wrapped in a pair of glasses. What do we make of him?

2012 Phillies Exit Interview: Shane Victorino

The long time center fielder's tenure in Philadelphia officially came to an end in 2012 with a trade deadline deal to the Los Angeles Dodgers. We take one last look at Shane Victorino, no questions asked.

2012 Phillies Exit Interview: Freddy Galvis

While his defensive was as advertised, Galvis' 2012 season was representative of the team at large: a lot of hype, little performance, with a PED suspension thrown in just for fun.

2012 Phillies Exit Interview: Hector Luna

A grand slam in his first plate appearance . . . and then all down hill from there.

2012 Phillies Exit Interview: Placido Polanco

Returning back to Philadelphia in 2009 on a three year, $18 million deal, Polanco ends his run in Philadelphia much older and broken down than before.

2012 Phillies Exit Interview: Roy Halladay

Roy Halladay, baseball's Captain America, didn't have a very good season. And instead of ignoring it, I had to write about it in detail.

2012 Phillies Exit Interview: Jimmy Rollins

A review of Jimmy Rollins' 2012 season, appropriately reimagined using the work of an opium-addled 19th century poet. It was that kind of year.

2012 Phillies Exit Interview: Antonio Bastardo

The young left handed reliever followed a historic 2011 season with an erratic performance in 2012, but a closer look at the numbers reveals plenty of reason to be optimistic going forward.

2012 Phillies Exit Interview: Juan Pierre

The erstwhile Phillie-killer hit over .300, stole 37 bases, and provided Chris Wheeler a season-long low-level current of pleasure. Not bad at all for $800,000.

2012 Exit Interview: B.J. Rosenberg

What is there to say about B.J. Rosenberg? This might not be the right moment to ask.

2012 Phillies Exit Interview: Ryan Howard

Ryan Howard returned from a ruptured Achilles tendon with a subpar year. Is this a sign of things to come as he plays out his massive contract? Or is this what was expected following such a disruptive injury?

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2012 #Phillies Exit Interview: Jake Diekman

Called up mid-season from Triple-A, Jake Diekman was one of few bright spots in the Phillies' Cthulian nightmare of a bullpen.

2012 Phillies Exit Interview: Cliff Lee

In contemplating the Rorschach test of Cliff Lee's complicated good season, only one word comes to mind: whatever.

2012 Phillies Exit Interview: Chad Qualls

Chad Qualls...something else should go here along with that, but I don't have the time, energy, or intestinal fortitude to figure that out.

2012 Phillies Exit Interview: Erik Kratz

Injuries to Carlos Ruiz and Brian Schneider gave Erik Kratz his first real shot at a big league job, and boy, did he deliver.

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