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By JEFF ZREBIEC and JEFF ZREBIEC,SUN REPORTER | June 28, 2006
Amid reports that Miguel Tejada could be headed out of town, the man who signed the shortstop to a $72 million deal before the 2004 season said the All-Star is not going anywhere. "The Orioles have no interest in trading Miguel Tejada," said Orioles principal owner Peter Angelos. "He is an exciting and exceptional athlete and a great baseball player." Phillies @Orioles Day-night doubleheader, today, 1:35 p.m. and 7:05 p.m., Comcast SportsNet, 1090 AM Starters: Phillies' Cole Hamels (1-3, 4.41)
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By Dan Connolly and The Baltimore Sun | July 30, 2012
The Orioles are deep into negotiations with the Philadelphia Phillies about acquiring right-hander Joe Blanton, but the amount of money the Orioles would have to pick up could be a sticking point in reaching an agreement before Tuesday's 4 p.m. non-waiver trade deadline. They likely could acquire the 31-year-old Blanton for a mid-level minor leaguer, but the Phillies also want to shed what remains on Blanton's $8.5 million contract -- which is approximately $3 million. And, according to an industry source, the Orioles appear hesitant to absorb that figure for a pitcher who is considered a mid-to-late-rotation innings eater.
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October 27, 2008
1 Colts' demise?: Watch the unraveling of the Colts when they face undefeated Tennessee in a key AFC South battle (8:30 p.m., ESPN). 2 Game 5 : The Phillies and Rays meet again in Philadelphia with Game 1 starters Cole Hamels (left) and Scott Kazmir set to square off (8 p.m., chs. 5, 45, 43). 3 Story time?: Ravens coach John Harbaugh isn't one to fib (re: Chris McAlister) when he meets the media, is he? We'll see today at 3:45 p.m. Go to baltimoresun .com /ravens shortly afterward.
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April 3, 2012
Braun powers Brewers Juan C. Rodriguez Sun Sentinel Going from left to right, Justin Upton will carry the Diamondbacks to the NL West title. Even if Ian Kennedy regresses, the Diamondbacks' rotation will be solid. The Central is wide open. You can make a case for the Cardinals, Brewers and Reds. I'll take the Brewers. Ryan Braun doesn't need Prince Fielder to put up big numbers and Yovani Gallardo is my Cy Young pick. The Cardinals will edge the Reds for one of the wild cards.
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By CHILDS WALKER | June 27, 2006
Philadelphia Phillies@Orioles Day .............. Time ........... TV ......................... Starters Today ........ 7:05 p.m. ... CSN ............. Cole Hamels (1-3, 4.41) .................................................................... vs. Erik Bedard (7-6, 5.09) Tomorrow . 7:05 p.m. .... CSN ............ Scott Mathieson (0-1, 4.22) .................................................................... vs. Kris Benson (8-5, 4.06) Thursday ....7:05 p.m. .... CSN .............
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By JEFF ZREBIEC | June 21, 2009
Not a good start It isn't easy to get six base runners during the first two innings and not score, but the Orioles managed that feat Saturday against Phillies left-hander J.A. Happ. They had four runners in the first inning alone. The Orioles left a season-high 14 on base by the end of the seventh inning. Through seven, they had 13 hits and five walks but had just three runs. Stopped in seven Orioles starter Brad Bergesen allowed a two-out single in the second inning and a leadoff single in the sixth, which was erased by a double play.
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By JEFF ZREBIEC and JEFF ZREBIEC,SUN REPORTER | June 27, 2006
His early childhood years were spent in a small, lake-shore city in Wisconsin, a peaceful place that reminds Kris Benson of a landscape painting. He then moved on to the Deep South, where a diverse environment shaped the youngster's easygoing demeanor. Benson's professional life took him to blue-collar Pittsburgh, the bright lights of New York and now Baltimore, where his new digs offer him a great view of the Inner Harbor and a short drive to Camden Yards. Phillies@Orioles Tonight, 7:05 p.m., Comcast SportsNet, 1090 AM Starters: Phillies' Cole Hamels (1-3, 4.41 ERA)
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April 3, 2012
Braun powers Brewers Juan C. Rodriguez Sun Sentinel Going from left to right, Justin Upton will carry the Diamondbacks to the NL West title. Even if Ian Kennedy regresses, the Diamondbacks' rotation will be solid. The Central is wide open. You can make a case for the Cardinals, Brewers and Reds. I'll take the Brewers. Ryan Braun doesn't need Prince Fielder to put up big numbers and Yovani Gallardo is my Cy Young pick. The Cardinals will edge the Reds for one of the wild cards.
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By Dylan Hernandez, Tribune Newspapers | October 19, 2010
SAN FRANCISCO — The last time Cole Hamels was on the mound, Phillies manager Charlie Manuel said he saw the Cole Hamels of old. The way Manuel was talking — "When he's really good, he's good the same way he was before" — he made Hamels sound like someone in his mid-30s. Or someone recovering from a major elbow operation. Hamels is 26. His left arm has never been cut open. But Hamels, who will face the Giants on Tuesday in Game 3 of the National League Championship Series, has already experienced enough in his relatively brief career to be enjoying a revival.
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By COMPILED FROM NEWS SERVICE AND WEB REPORTS | November 3, 2008
At the risk of becoming the clearinghouse for potty-mouth news - surely you recall last week's item on the crude chant by Kansas Jayhawks fans - Mr. Flip presents the naughty-word report from the Phillies celebration Friday in Philadelphia. During the rally at Citizens Bank Park, second baseman Chase Utley declared into the microphone - for the benefit of fans in the stadium and watching live on local television - that the Phillies were "world [fill in the blank with an f-bomb] champions."
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October 31, 2011
Phillies will fight back Dan Connolly Baltimore Sun I know there are plenty of reasons to jump off the Phillies' bandwagon. Shortstop Jimmy Rollins, relievers Ryan Madson and Brad Lidge and starter Roy Oswalt all may sign elsewhere, and Ryan Howard will miss a chunk of next season. And, of course, the Phillies have lost in the postseason for three consecutive years since winning it all in 2008. I don't care. There are three reasons the Phillies, who had the best record in baseball, should still be the favorite for 2012: Roy Halladay, Cliff Lee and Cole Hamels.
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Phil Rogers | September 24, 2011
Enjoy the undercard. There is an abundance of intriguing storylines in baseball these days, and most of them will be like Matt Kemp's run at the Triple Crown — over and out of sight by the time the World Series rolls around. Justin Verlander could win 25 games. The Rays and Cardinals could force their way into the playoffs with dramatic victories down the stretch, and the Red Sox and Braves both could survive alarming collapses. Kirk Gibson could put himself on the playoff roster as a one-legged pinch hitter.
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By Adam Kilgore and The Washington Post | May 4, 2011
The first boos cascaded from the Citizens Bank Ballpark stands as Jayson Werth stepped out of the on-deck circle, not knowing what to expect, ready for his first at-bat here as a Washington National. They continued, louder and louder, coming from Philadelphia Phillies fans who held aloft signs that read "$tiff" and "Welcome Back Loser" and "I only came to boo Jayson. " By late Tuesday night, when Werth's old team had again asserted its superiority over his new one, this time with a 4-1 victory, Werth and, surprisingly, Phillies fans had shown their appreciation for one another.
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By Dave van Dyck, Tribune reporter | March 29, 2011
Predicted finish, records Phillies Braves Marlins Mets Nationals 94-68 93-69 80-82 77-85 70-92 Pennants, wild cards since 1995: 8, 3. Average payroll: $104 million (second of six divisions). Manager with World Series rings: Charlie Manuel ('08). Players with MVP awards: Jimmy Rollins ('07), Ryan Howard ('06), Chipper Jones ('99). Pitchers with Cy Young awards: Roy Halladay ('03, '10)
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By Dylan Hernandez, Tribune newspapers | October 22, 2010
SAN FRANCISCO — Roy Halladay pitched a perfect game in May. He pitched a no-hitter in his postseason debut. But Brad Lidge said Halladay's performance Thursday night in a 4-2 victory over the Giants that extended the Phillies' season ranked among his greatest pitching achievements. By itself, Halladay's line in Game 5 of the National League Championship Series wasn't particularly remarkable. He pitched six innings, giving up two runs and six hits. But from the second inning on, Halladay pitched with a mild groin pull.
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By Dylan Hernandez, Tribune Newspapers | October 19, 2010
SAN FRANCISCO — The last time Cole Hamels was on the mound, Phillies manager Charlie Manuel said he saw the Cole Hamels of old. The way Manuel was talking — "When he's really good, he's good the same way he was before" — he made Hamels sound like someone in his mid-30s. Or someone recovering from a major elbow operation. Hamels is 26. His left arm has never been cut open. But Hamels, who will face the Giants on Tuesday in Game 3 of the National League Championship Series, has already experienced enough in his relatively brief career to be enjoying a revival.
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By The Morning Call | October 9, 2008
PHILADELPHIA - The Charlie Manuel-era Phillies have earned a reputation for beating opponents with a powerful lineup. Of the four teams he has managed in Philadelphia, none has finished worse than tied for second in the National League in runs scored. Most of the Manuel-era pitching staffs have not measured up to the offense's proficiency. The Phils finished in the bottom half of the NL in team ERA in each of his first three seasons, never winding up better than 10th. The Phillies might still be known as a team built on offense, but there has been a shift in their makeup this season.
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By Kevin Baxter, Tribune reporter | October 8, 2010
PHILADELPHIA — When Roy Halladay came off the field after his historic performance in the opening game of the Reds-Phillies National League Division Series, his teammates closed the clubhouse door behind him, then stood and applauded. But the cheering lasted just a few seconds before Halladay cut it off. "All he said was let's win two more," Phillies reliever Ryan Madson said. That's because as brilliant as Halladay was in becoming just the second pitcher to throw a postseason no-hitter, it won't mean anything if the Phillies don't win two of the possibly next four games with the Reds.
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October 14, 2010
Giants, Yanks hottest Phil Rogers Chicago Tribune Conventional wisdom says a team with Roy Halladay, Cole Hamels and Roy Oswalt in the starting rotation should roll through the postseason, especially when the lineup behind it is the same one that has won back-to-back National League pennants. Toss in home-field advantage and you'd have to be crazy to pick against the Philadelphia Phillies. But the Giants have a slightly better starting rotation. They counter the Phillies' three No. 1s with a two-time Cy Young winner — Tim Lincecum — and three others who could be No. 1s, and have a better bullpen.
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By Kevin Baxter, Tribune newspapers | October 11, 2010
CINCINNATI — When the end finally came — fittingly on a Cole Hamels strikeout — there were no wild celebrations on the field. No hugs, no dogpiles, just a few handshakes and high-fives. The Phillies, after all, have been here before. So after pushing aside the Reds 2-0 on Sunday to finish off a clinical three-game sweep of the National League Division Series, most everyone in a Philadelphia uniform was thinking about the road ahead and not the one they had just traveled.
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