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The Greatest Team in Phillies History: 2008 Phillies (8) vs 1964 Phillies (9)

www.phillybuster.com - If you missed our intro to this series, click here. 2008 Phillies (8) vs 1964 Phillies (9) Starting Pitchers, 2008 Phillies: Cole Hamels, Brett Myers, Jamie Moyer, Joe Blanton, Cole Hamels Starting Pitchers, 1964 Phillies: Jim Bunning, Dennis Bennett, Chris Short, Jim Bunning, ...

The Greatest Team in Phillies History: 2009 Phillies (7) vs 1980 Phillies (10)

www.phillybuster.com - If you missed our intro to this series, click here. 2009 Phillies (7) vs 1980 Phillies (10) Starting Pitchers, 2009 Phillies: Cliff Lee, Cole Hamels, JA Happ, Pedro Martinez, Cliff Lee Starting Pitchers, 1980 Phillies: Steve Carlton, Dick Ruthven, Bob Walk, Steve Carlton, ...

Looking Ahead: Which Phillies Will Be Around for the Long Haul?

www.phillybuster.com - In my last article, I highlighted which players become free agents following the season, and whether or not I believe they will be back with the team. In this one, I will look at the guys signed past 2011, and see ...


WhatifSports: Phillies Are (Easily) the 2011 World Series Champions Over Boston Red Sox

www.phillybuster.com - Whatifsports.com, the sports simulation website, simulated a potential 2011 World Series between the Philadelphia Phillies and Boston Red Sox, calling each team easily the favorite in their respective leagues. Below are the results of the 2011 Whatifsports World Series simulation: More...

Look Out, National League: Roy Halladay Adds “Unbelievable Movement” to Changeup

www.phillybuster.com - Although he is 33 years old and he has been pitching in the major leagues for well over a decade, Roy Halladay is never completely satisfied with his pitching. He is always looking for ways to improve and this spring, he ...

Should the Phillies Allow Kyle Kendrick to Compete for the Fifth Spot in the Starting Rotation?

www.phillybuster.com - The first four pitchers in the Phillies’ rotation are as dominant as any group of four pitchers in the history of professional baseball. Roy Halladay, Cliff Lee, Roy Oswalt, and Cole Hamels should win 60-75 games, with two, three, or even ...


Previewing the 2011 Phillies’ Roster, Part 4: Starting Pitching

www.phillybuster.com - Part four of this series is the fun part – the starting pitchers. Maybe never in history has a team featured a group of four starting pitchers comparable to the 2011 Phillies. The 1954 Indians with Bob Feller, Bob Lemon, Early ...

Mike Schmidt Says 2011 Phillies Could Be Best Team in Franchise History

www.phillybuster.com - Hall of Fame third baseman Mike Schmidt, arguably the greatest player in Philadelphia Phillies’ history, voiced his opinion on the 2011 Phillies. Schmidt said the Phillies are “maybe the best team ever” in franchise history. He says he loves the group of ...

Selecting a Nickname for the 2011 Philadelphia Phillies’ Pitching Rotation: Philly Buster Needs YOUR Vote

www.phillybuster.com - Pitchers and catchers report on Monday, February 14th, officially signaling that baseball season is right around the corner. Before the season begins, it’s important to address one issue: What should be the official nickname for the Phillies’ pitching rotation? More...

SwartzSports Debate: Will the 2011 Phillies Win Over or Under 100 Games?

www.phillybuster.com - There are few things Bryn and I like to do more than argue about sports. From what we’ve been told, we’re pretty interesting to listen to, especially because we’ll rattle off more facts and statistics in two minutes than you’ve ...

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