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April 2, 2009 - Phillies Breakfast Links

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The Phillies fell to the Yankees 8-5, with the Bombers slugging their way past young Kyle Drabek and J.A. Happ.  Jayson Werth went deep for his sixth homer of the spring.  The start was seen as a "reward" to Drabek for his increased maturity as a pitcher and a person.  Awwww...

The New York Daily News previews the NL East, with only vague conclusions contained therein.  Awesome art featuring a menacing Cole Hamels looming over a belligerent Mr. Met.

Phillies are still looking at Gary Sheffield.  Kind of like asking an ugly girl to the dance and waiting nervously for her response...

Evicted from the rotation, J.A. Happ waits to see where he'll end up.

Raul Ibanez will not try to replace Pat Burrell; he will bat LEFT handed, thank you.

Phillies "Pup Rally" - 5 p.m. today at Rittenhouse Square, featuring Jen Utley and the PSPCA.

Murdered cops, budget crisis, corruption, blight, economic ruin... on the other hand, a World Championships.  Eh, could be worse.

Except the Philadelphia Eagles, who are hella pissed, or they damn well should be!  The neurosis of this city as applied to that team continues to amaze.

Former Phil Josh Outman named to Oakland's starting rotation.

USA Today picks Brett Myers to win the Cy Young Award.  Run, Brett!  Run far away!