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Some Phillies Links for You, July 11, 2011: Gimme a Break, Trevor May Day, Contreras Update

Jarred Cosart: Think About the Future! (Photo by Jeff Gross/Getty Images)
Jarred Cosart: Think About the Future! (Photo by Jeff Gross/Getty Images)
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Well That Was Unexpected… - Brotherly Glove
Our pals over at Brotherly Glove break down yesterday's Phillies explosion.

Miller helps Victorino get All-Star slot
With friends like these...

List of All-Star replacements grows
All of them over 6'5" now! (rimshot)

Polanco to skip All-Star Game
Probably for the best.

Frank: Innings adding up for Phils' starters
I come to you only out of concern...

The Phillies won the series, but the Braves aren't going away
Overall he's right, but this sounds like "You won this time! We'll be back!"

Utility man Martinez may prove vital for Phillies
That's a harrowing thought.

Flaws and all, these are Phillies' glory days
When Bill Lyon writes, you read.

Jose Contreras' Season In Jeopardy
Yeah, this doesn't sound good. Still, it's a nice time to have a wealth of good bullpen arms in Triple-A.

Derek Jeter's 3000th Hit: What Would You Do With The Ball? - Baseball Nation
Baseball Nation's Al Yellon with a little prophecy. So what would you have done?

Phils prospects Cosart, Valle stand out in Phoenix

"Being in a big-league locker room – I want to do this every day," Cosart said.

You and me both! Wait what?

Claws fall in Duke's debut
Well, Cameron Rupp is starting to hit.

Shuffled lineup produces for R-Phils

May throws seven-inning one-hitter

May (6-5), the Phillies' No. 6 prospect, allowed only Jaime Ortiz's second-inning single to left field and retired 13 batters in a row before issuing one of his two free passes to Jose Duarte. He set down the final five in order.

Galen Tyrol strangled his bat out of frustration.

Brad Lidge to pitch for Reading Phillies on Monday
Everyone go to FirstEnergy Stadium!