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Some Phillies Links for You - April 13, 2010: Rollins, Werth Injury Updates, Defending your Cole

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That guy with the yellow tie on the far right looks suspicious... like he's spying that right calf, with ill intent.  (Photo by Drew Hallowell/Getty Images)
That guy with the yellow tie on the far right looks suspicious... like he's spying that right calf, with ill intent. (Photo by Drew Hallowell/Getty Images)
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Phillies' Rollins missing two weeks?
Where's the Iraqi Information Minister when you need someone to positively spin the impossible to spin awful news? Did we execute him or what?

No World Record Attempt for Rollins | NBC Philadelphia
I should certainly hope they cancelled this...

Phillies Taking Second Look At Injuries
Jayson Werth's hip injury appears less serious; listed as day-to-day.

Dear Philadelphia: Deal With It - On Cole Hamels
Bill fights The Good (F)ight in defense of Cole Hamels.

Opinions differ on Hamels' outing against Nationals | Philadelphia Daily News | 04/13/2010
Hopefully Hamels can straighten this out. The stuff is obviously there (hitting 93 MPH yesterday).

There seems to be this mindset among some fans that if they expect a player to be incredibly great, and he turns out to be merely good or very good (i.e., Von Hayes, Scott Rolen, Bobby Abreu), he's a bum and should be run out of town.

Q&A with Justice Samuel Alito, a Supreme Phillies fan | Philadelphia Daily News | 04/12/2010
Politics aside, it's pretty awesome to have a Phillies Superfan on the highest court in the land.

Alito is one Phillies fan whose opinions really matter | Philadelphia Daily News | 04/13/2010
Second of two parts

Naylor hurls R-Phils past Fisher Cats - The Mercury Sports
Pretty good.

Padres pound Braves 17-2...Ouch. - Talking Chop
That was a pounding.

Fish Wrap - Marlins 5, Reds 6 - FishStripes
Scott Rolen with the game winning RBI.