"Jonathan, it was anywhere between cinco and ocho inches inside." (Photo by Hunter Martin/Getty Images)
Philadelphia Phillies allergic to clutch hits, timely production | lehighvalleylive.com
Now this is a hard-hitting, piss-in-your cornflakes game recap I like, not like those written by some highfallutin' nerd bloggers who write about so-called "literary porn" and culs-de-sac.
It's unlikely, but door not closed on Chase Utley switching positions
Someone please explain what the fuss is about. Galvis could play the kind of role the Phillies could have used for Polanco all along.
Inside the Phillies: Shortstop Jimmy Rollins needs his usual second half
Schtatman and the Evil Dr. Cohen foretold all this.
"He can make an impact for us in a couple of ways," Dodgers manager Don Mattingly said. "He's still a patient hitter that can drive the ball. Off the field, he can talk hitting, which has been good for some of our younger guys and for our clubhouse."
This quote will make me want to hurt somebody all day long.
The Wild Rumpus of the N.L. East
Mets Make It Close But Drop Series Finale To Cardinals - Amazin' Avenue
The Mets had a very good weekend, in case you didn't hear. Tonight: Barves at Miami.
2012 MLB Draft
You know I don't take kindly to you kids being above the jump, but, well, okay. Have your day in the sun. Tomorrow, put the ink on the paper and getcherasses to Clearwater, pronto.
Phillies select two high school pitchers in Major League Baseball draft
What the I don't even... But Wolever said they were going to get slugging position players!
Introducing Shane Watson
Gueller said Philadelphia scouted him as a pitcher, and former Phillies and Mariners General Manager Pat Gillick attended three of Gueller’s games.
Happy now? Then pack your rain gear, cause Williamsport gets soggy, meat. Minors after the jump.