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Some Phillies Links for You, June 2, 2010: Futility Express, Young Brown, Another Roy?

Astros' Oswalt targets three teams

Fanhouse reports that Oswalt is liking the looks of the Philadelphia Phillies, New York Yankees, and St. Louis Cardinals and would only approve a trade to one of these three teams.

So it's the Yankees, then.

Bill Conlin: Even the binoculars wouldn't help slumping Phils
I thought he was going somewhere with this column -- I really did! -- but then, what?

Fisher Cats outslug R-Phils, 12-10
Four hits for Domonic Brown, including his 10th home run. More success for the best hitter in the entire organization right now.

Phillies Notebook: Polanco might return to Phillies lineup Friday
Please be well, Placido.

Paul Hagen: Phillies hitting coach Thompson: 'I'm very frustrated'
What's baffling is that the team went from so good to so bad.

Phillies Notes: Phils' Rollins, Polanco still resting

Meanwhile, shortstop Jimmy Rollins' rehabilitation in Clearwater, Fla., for his strained right calf is moving slowly. General manager Ruben Amaro Jr. said Rollins likely would not be ready to come off the disabled list when eligible Sunday.

The Fightins - Doc Gives The Sweetest "Thank You" Gifts
Nothing to add. Makes me glad to be alive.

Baseball Prospectus | Ahead in the Count: Hometown Discounts
It's a few days old, but Our Old Friend Matt Swartz has a new piece on extending players prior to end of their contracts. Sub. Reqd.

Mets 4, Padres 2: Eight Steps To Pelf-Improvement - Amazin' Avenue
Mike Pelfrey dominated the Padres' lineup, and David Wright and Ike Davis hit home runs to supply the offense.

Why would the Astros ever make it easy on us? Nationals 7 - Astros 8 - The Crawfish Boxes
Check out that Win Expectancy graph!

Marlins 6, Brewers 4 - Brew Crew Ball
Trevor Hoffman needs to call it a career, I'm afraid. 3 runs allowed in 1 inning pitched. ERA over 10.00.