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Jimmy Rollins 68 160 27:11:1978
Kenny Lofton 72 180 31:5:1967
Bobby Abreu 72 200 11:3:1974
Pat Burrell 76 225 10:10:1976
Pat Burrell 76 225 10:10:1976
Ryan Howard 76 230 19:11:1979
David Bell 70 170 14:9:1972
Mike Lieberthal 72 170 18:1:1972
Brett Myers 76 215 17:8:1980
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The Philadelphia Phillies are a Major League Baseball team based in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The Phillies are one of five teams in the East Division of the National League. The Phillies play at Veterans Stadium in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and wear uniforms of white and red. The team was established in 1883, the National League’s Philadelphia Phillies are the longest standing one-name, one location team in all professional American sports. The Phillies played their first game on May 1, 1883, losing to the Providence Grays 4-3. The franchise had a tough time in the first decade of 20th Century after the upstart American League signed away their three biggest stars, Delahanty, Elmer Flick and Nap Lajoie. All future Hall of Famers. Their rebound started when they signed a young Grover Cleveland Alexander. After two consecutive second place finishes, the Phillies collapsed into a dark and dismal period virtually unmatched in the game’s history.

The franchise finally emerged from the darkness after World War II, building a team around what the fans came to call the “Whiz Kids”; Richie Ashburn, Curt Simmons, Granny Hamner, Andy Seminick, Robin Roberts and Veterans Dick Sisler and Jim Konstanty. In 1970s the Phillies won three consecutive National East Titles (1976-77-78) with Steve Carlton the mainstay and Mike Schmidt the slugging star. The Phillies dynasty did not extend to the post-season as they lost all three National League Championship Series. In 1979 the Phillies brought in Pete Rose for the boost that would get them over the top. In 1980 with Rose’s leadership and fiery competitiveness led the Phillies to their first and to date only World Championship. Carlton was the pitching leader with another Cy Young year and Schmidt had one of his finest seasons as Most Valuable Player. 

The Phillies won National League Championship Series over Houston and defeated the Kansas City in the World Series in Six games with Carlton winning two and Schmidt hitting a pair of home runs. Despite producing talent such as Scott Rolen, Jimmy Rollins, and Bobby Abreau, signing star slugger Jim Thome, and moving into a new ballpark in 2004, the Philadelphia Phillies has been away from post-season for more than ten years. On January 5, 2006, the Phillies signed ex-Seattle pitcher Ryan Franklin to a 1 year contract worth 2.6 million dollars. On January 26, they added veteran reliever Arthur Rhodes to the Bullpen in a trade with the Cleveland Indians, for outfielder Jason Michaels.

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Phillies Notes: Infield prospect Donald gets a start at second
Philadelphia Inquirer, PA

Players will join their teams Sunday. The tournament begins March 5, with the championship game March 23 at Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles. Fundamentals. In their final workout before exhibition play, the Phillies concentrated on sliding yesterday. ...
Phils ready to face spring competition MLB.com
Phil Sheridan: Phillies' slugging Mayberry gets his chance Blinq
Spring training games get under way in Arizona, Florida The Express Times - LehighValleyLive.com
The Tribune-Democrat - Sarasota Herald-Tribune
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Braves' Jones finds Phils-Mets rivalry "great"
Philadelphia Inquirer, PA

"I don't want it to be bad blood against their players and us, because we respect each other. But if it really gets the fans involved, that's OK. "I know that I have the Phillies' fans on my side and I know I'm never going to have the Mets' fans on my ...
Hamels lands on Post's back page The News Journal
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Hamels: Phils, Mets 'respect each other'

Hamels couldn't believe his words were perceived as escalating the rivalry between the Phillies and Mets. "I don't want it to be bad blood against their players and us, because we respect each other," Hamels said Tuesday morning. ...
Phillies ham it up for photo shoot Philadelphia Inquirer
Hamels: Mets are still chokers New York Post
Under the big top St. Louis Post-Dispatch
The Canadian Press - Philadelphia Inquirer
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On photo day, players recall October
The News Journal, DE

After the last shutter popped and the final "say-cheese" smile faded, most of the tuxedo-clad Phillies players who gathered Friday for a photo shoot with the World Series trophy dispersed. But the big names -- Ryan Howard, Chase Utley, Jimmy Rollins, ...
Utley's Health Among Spring Training Storylines Evening Bulletin
If matters break ‘right,’ Stairs could be left out Norristown Times Herald
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