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March 5, 2016
Detroit Tigers center fielder Cameron Maybin is expected to miss four to six weeks because of a broken left wrist. Manager Brad Ausmus announced the news Thursday, a day after Maybin was hit by a pitch in a spring training game. Another X-ray will be taken in two weeks, Ausmus said. The 28-year-old Maybin was re-acquired by the Tigers from the Atlanta Braves in a November trade for pitchers Ian Krol and Gabe Speier. After being drafted by the Tigers in 2005, he has played most of his major-league career with the Marlins, San Diego and Atlanta.
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July 6, 2015 | By Matt Breen, Inquirer Staff Writer
ATLANTA - Kevin Correia arched his back and lifted his head to the sky after Atlanta's Alex Wood smacked his fastball to the outfield, leading off the fourth inning of a 9-5 Phillies loss Saturday night at Turner Field. If yielding a hit to the opposing pitcher was not bad enough, it was about to get worse. The line drive sailed past Jeff Francoeur, who was positioned in shallow right field. Odubel Herrera hustled to the warning track, but the ball fell out of the centerfielder's glove when he reached to retrieve it. Wood was safe at third.
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March 26, 2009 | by Paul Hagen
Manager: Fredi Gonzalez 2008 finish: 84-77, third, 7 1/2 GB In: INF Emilio Bonifacio, LHP Dan Meyer, RHP Leo Nunez, RHP Scott Proctor, RHP Timothy Wood Out: OF Luis Gonzalez, RHP Kevin Gregg, 1B Mike Jacobs, C Matt Treanor, OF Josh Willingham, C Paul Lo Duca, LHP Scott Olsen, LHP Mark Hendrickson, RHP Sergio Mitre, RHP Joe Nelson, LHP Arthur Rhodes PROJECTED LINEUP Cameron Maybin , cf, .500-0-12 John Baker, c, .299-5-32 ...
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May 17, 2010 | By Bob Kelley, Inquirer Staff Writer
Opera night at the Mets The Mets' pitching plotline is getting as operatic as a production by the Met. In Sunday's 10-8 loss at Florida, southpaw starter Jonathon Niese left in the third inning after reinjuring his right hamstring. He underwent surgery to repair a torn tendon Aug. 6 and missed the final two months of last season. Mets manager Jerry Manuel trotted to the mound after Niese threw a first-pitch strike to Hanley Ramirez with no outs and the Mets trailing by 3-0. Manuel signaled for a reliever, and Niese limped slightly as he walked to the dugout.
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May 17, 2010 | By Bob Kelley, Inquirer Staff Writer
Opera night at the Mets The Mets' pitching plotline is getting as operatic as a production by the Met. In Sunday's 10-8 loss at Florida, southpaw starter Jonathon Niese left in the third inning after reinjuring his right hamstring. He underwent surgery to repair a torn tendon Aug. 6 and missed the final two months of last season. Mets manager Jerry Manuel trotted to the mound after Niese threw a first-pitch strike to Hanley Ramirez with no outs and the Mets trailing by 3-0. Manuel signaled for a reliever, and Niese limped slightly as he walked to the dugout.
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April 1, 2011 | Daily News Wire Services
It wasn't the kind of debut Jayson Werth expected. His Washington Nationals opened their season by getting shut out by 37-year-old Derek Lowe and the Atlanta Braves, 2-0, with soon-to-be-39-year-old Chipper Jones scoring the deciding run in front of a non-sellout Nationals Park crowd. Werth, batting second, singled in his first at-bat, struck out in the third inning, and grounded out to shortstop in the sixth and eighth innings to finish 1-for-4. The spotlight yesterday was expected to be on the former Phillie, who signed a 7-year, $126 million contract to play in Washington.
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May 14, 2012 | By Bob Brookover, INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
A positive pendulum swing is what the Phillies need more than anything right now, and for most of his career Roy Halladay was the man you'd want on the mound to gain some momentum. Now, the righthander with two Cy Young Awards and the nickname Doc cannot even cure the last-place Phillies' ills. Not that the latest loss, a lackluster 2-1 setback against the lowly San Diego Padres on Saturday night at Citizens Bank Park, was Halladay's fault. But it did send the soon-to-be-35-year-old righthander into some 21st-century uncharted territory.
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May 13, 2012 | By Bob Brookover, Inquirer Staff Writer
A positive pendulum swing is what the Phillies need more than anything right now, and for most of his career Roy Halladay was the man you'd want on the mound to gain some momentum. Now, the righthander with two Cy Young Awards and the nickname Doc cannot even cure the last-place Phillies' ills. Not that the latest loss, a lackluster 2-1 setback against the lowly San Diego Padres on Saturday night at Citizens Bank Park, was Halladay's fault. But it did send the soon-to-be-35-year-old righthander into some 21st-century uncharted territory.
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May 28, 2010 | By Matt Gelb, INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
MIAMI GARDENS, Fla. - Ryan Howard touched home plate in the third inning, the first Phillie to do so in 30 innings and five days. As he walked back to the dugout, he rotated his fists in a circular motion, as if to say, "Keep it going. " Of course, Raul Ibanez, who had tripled Howard home, was stranded on third. But the Phillies were awakened from an offensive slumber that felt like an eternity. They snapped a five-game losing streak with a 3-2 victory over the Marlins at Sun Life Stadium on Friday.
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May 27, 2016 | By Matt Breen, STAFF WRITER
DETROIT - Maikel Franco said he would play Friday after he left the 8-5 win over the Detroit Tigers on Wednesday with a sprained right ankle. The third baseman limped off the field in the seventh inning after sliding into second base. Manager Pete Mackanin said the Phillies would be cautious and evaluate Franco before the team opens a three-game series Friday in Chicago against the Cubs. "Just a little bit sore in my ankle," said Franco, who planned to ice it during the team's flight to Chicago on Wednesday night.
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March 5, 2016
Detroit Tigers center fielder Cameron Maybin is expected to miss four to six weeks because of a broken left wrist. Manager Brad Ausmus announced the news Thursday, a day after Maybin was hit by a pitch in a spring training game. Another X-ray will be taken in two weeks, Ausmus said. The 28-year-old Maybin was re-acquired by the Tigers from the Atlanta Braves in a November trade for pitchers Ian Krol and Gabe Speier. After being drafted by the Tigers in 2005, he has played most of his major-league career with the Marlins, San Diego and Atlanta.
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August 4, 2015 | BY TOM REIFSNYDER, Daily News Staff Writer reifsnt@phillynews.com
AFTER SCORING a season-high 12 runs the night before, the Phillies only crossed home plate twice in yesterday's 6-2 loss to the Atlanta Braves, who salvaged the series finale behind a strong outing from starting pitcher Julio Teheran. The Phillies, now 12-3 since the All-Star break, missed out on a chance for their third series sweep of the second half. "We took three out of four and that's a nice little start," interim manager Pete Mackanin said. "The story was Teheran was good and [Adam]
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July 6, 2015 | By Matt Breen, Inquirer Staff Writer
ATLANTA - Kevin Correia arched his back and lifted his head to the sky after Atlanta's Alex Wood smacked his fastball to the outfield, leading off the fourth inning of a 9-5 Phillies loss Saturday night at Turner Field. If yielding a hit to the opposing pitcher was not bad enough, it was about to get worse. The line drive sailed past Jeff Francoeur, who was positioned in shallow right field. Odubel Herrera hustled to the warning track, but the ball fell out of the centerfielder's glove when he reached to retrieve it. Wood was safe at third.
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June 9, 2015 | By David Murphy, Daily News Columnist
MANAGING expectations is one of life's trickiest tightropes. If you always expect the worst, you end up trapped in a destructive vortex of fear masked as cynicism. If you always expect the best, you end up with a baseball team of overpaid, underperforming veterans who collectively represent the worst $100 million-plus payroll ever assembled (although you do get to keep your job). So while you may accuse me of excessive negativity with regard to the short- and medium-term future of your Fightin' Phils, I prefer to look at it as a compassionate management of your expectations.
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May 14, 2012 | By Bob Brookover, INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
A positive pendulum swing is what the Phillies need more than anything right now, and for most of his career Roy Halladay was the man you'd want on the mound to gain some momentum. Now, the righthander with two Cy Young Awards and the nickname Doc cannot even cure the last-place Phillies' ills. Not that the latest loss, a lackluster 2-1 setback against the lowly San Diego Padres on Saturday night at Citizens Bank Park, was Halladay's fault. But it did send the soon-to-be-35-year-old righthander into some 21st-century uncharted territory.
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May 13, 2012 | By Bob Brookover, Inquirer Staff Writer
A positive pendulum swing is what the Phillies need more than anything right now, and for most of his career Roy Halladay was the man you'd want on the mound to gain some momentum. Now, the righthander with two Cy Young Awards and the nickname Doc cannot even cure the last-place Phillies' ills. Not that the latest loss, a lackluster 2-1 setback against the lowly San Diego Padres on Saturday night at Citizens Bank Park, was Halladay's fault. But it did send the soon-to-be-35-year-old righthander into some 21st-century uncharted territory.
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May 12, 2011 | Daily News Wire Services
The Nationals are showing some resiliency at the end of a road trip. Ian Desmond hit a tiebreaking, two-run double in the 11th inning, Jayson Werth followed with a two-run homer and Washington beat Atlanta, 7-3, last night. After losing three straight at Citizens Bank Park to open a nine-game road trip, the Nationals (18-18) have climbed back to .500 overall by winning four of five, including the first two games of the three-game series with the Braves. The win in the 11th was set up by a two-run rally after the Braves led 3-1 in the ninth.
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April 1, 2011 | Daily News Wire Services
It wasn't the kind of debut Jayson Werth expected. His Washington Nationals opened their season by getting shut out by 37-year-old Derek Lowe and the Atlanta Braves, 2-0, with soon-to-be-39-year-old Chipper Jones scoring the deciding run in front of a non-sellout Nationals Park crowd. Werth, batting second, singled in his first at-bat, struck out in the third inning, and grounded out to shortstop in the sixth and eighth innings to finish 1-for-4. The spotlight yesterday was expected to be on the former Phillie, who signed a 7-year, $126 million contract to play in Washington.
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August 4, 2010 | By Matt Gelb, Inquirer Staff Writer
MIAMI GARDENS, Fla. - The pitching rubber, a gift from Marlins owner Jeffrey Loria, still sits in a cardboard box in Philadelphia. Roy Halladay has been meaning to ship it to his home in Odessa, Fla., where it can properly be displayed, but that can wait. When Halladay took the mound Tuesday at Sun Life Stadium, the place where he was perfect 66 days earlier, he pitched from a different rubber than the one he did on that magical May night. He was not perfect in the Phillies' 6-1 victory over the Marlins.
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