Philadelphia Phillies right fielder Jayson Werth is a beloved man in the City of Brotherly Love. He's hit .351 in the past two World Series for the Phils and has a workmanlike attitude that Phillies fans eat up like it's a cheesesteak from Pat's done the right way (with Cheese Whiz and fried onions, thank you very much).
I love when people who don't know anything about Philadelphia/Philadelphians write like they do.
R-Phils defeat New Britain, 10-3
Some interesting performances by some questionable prospects.
Report: Twins offer top prospects Ramos and Hicks for Cliff Lee - Big League Stew - MLB - Yahoo! Sports
This would be a great outcome for the Phillies; keeps him out of the National League. Guys, he wasn't coming back here. All the fans who were clamoring and looking for rays of hope to that end resembled nothing but jilted ex-boyfriends, hoping she would "see how wrong she was" and try to get them back...
Utley already challenging timetable
I would love this but I want him mostly to focus on getting 100% better for next season.
Rich Hofmann: It's a defining week for Phillies
You can only count on the Phillies' "ability" to surge in late summer and September so much. It's bad strategy to let your team fall way back in the race and count on your opponents to stumble.
Phillies Notebook: Phillies' Happ might wind up in minors after rehab
Even if J.A. Happ's stuff is getting better in his rehab starts, the results aren't there yet.
BlueClaws ride Colby Shreve to victory in Greensboro
Another nice start by Colby Shreve.
Tracy's Grand Slam Lifts IronPigs Past Pawtucket
Oh, and Domonic Brown hit a solo home run too. Turning into an interesting prospect, that Brown kid.
Joey Votto's never heard of Colin Cowherd. Reds win, 8-6. - Red Reporter
The snubbiest man alive connects for two homers, continuing his monstrous season.
Death A One Thousand Paper Cuts; Dodgers, Ely Lose - True Blue LA
Marlins top the Dodgers 6-5. Leo Nunez acts like an ass. Again.