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May 5, 2006 | By Rob Parent INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
On a night the Phillies finally clawed their way to .500 - and it has taken a five-game winning streak to get there - they still seemed far removed from where they swear they should be as a team. Cory Lidle, one of the Phillies' few starting pitchers who hasn't been half bad, picked up the win with another competent performance as the Phils beat the Atlanta Braves, 6-3, last night to complete a two-game sweep of their longtime National League East nemeses. Jimmy Rollins and Ryan Howard homered to support Lidle at Citizens Bank Park.
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May 9, 2001 | By Bob Brookover INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
The Phillies spent $3 million on closer Mike Jackson before the 2000 season and received nothing but medical bills in return. It was just another trip on the wheel of misfortune for a team that may well have inspired the cliche about bad luck and no luck at all. This season, however, has been different. This year's closer, Jose Mesa, is healthy and effective, if not always economical. This year's bullpen is efficient. This year's free-agent signings have been fruitful. And, now, even Jackson has helped the first-place Phillies win a game, albeit in the uniform of the opposing team.
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June 23, 2001 | By Bob Brookover INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
The main plot was the first-place Phillies against the second-place Florida Marlins, a matchup of two surprising teams trying to win the National League East. The subplot was not bad, either. In a battle of little men who have had a big impact on their teams, Phillies shortstop Jimmy Rollins and Marlins second baseman Luis Castillo were trying to steal the show. "It's kind of like Sammy and Mark," Rollins said in reference to the 1998 season-long home run contest between the Chicago Cubs' Sammy Sosa and the St. Louis Cardinals' Mark McGwire.
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November 23, 2011 | By Bob Brookover, Inquirer Staff Writer
Baseball announced its new five-year collective bargaining agreement Tuesday, and the ramifications for the Phillies were mostly positive. The new deal includes blood testing for human growth hormone (HGH) that is scheduled to begin in spring training next year. Major League Baseball will become the first North American professional league to test for HGH. Baseball already had testing in place for other performance-enhancing drugs. Testing positive a first time would result in a 50-game suspension, which is the same first-time penalty for other performance-enhancing substances.
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October 4, 2009 | By Jim Salisbury INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
There were times in the first half of this season when Jimmy Rollins would be loosening up a few hours before a game. His eyes would shift toward the dugout, where manager Charlie Manuel was answering questions from a pack of reporters. Rollins had been mired in a hellacious slump, so his intuition told him that the questions were about him. "I'd say, 'What did they ask you today, Charlie?' " Rollins said. "And he'd say, 'Please start hitting, son. I'm tired of answering these questions.
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July 23, 2008 | By Todd Zolecki INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
So, chew on this one for a moment: So Taguchi. Yeah, So Taguchi. The guy who has been buried so deep on the Phillies' bench that he might as well be the 26th man on a 25-man roster. Taguchi came up with a clutch double in the top of the ninth inning last night that helped the Phillies record an improbable 8-6 victory over the New York Mets at Shea Stadium and gave them a one-game lead over their rival in the National League East. "I just had this feeling," said closer Brad Lidge, who picked up his 22d save.
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April 9, 2014 | BY RYAN LAWRENCE, Daily News Staff Writer rlawrence@phillynews.com
THE PHILLIES and their equipment - balls, bats, helmets, etc. - arrived in Chicago in the early hours of Thursday morning, still more than 24 hours before they would play their first game at Wrigley Field. But as Chase Utley patrolled the front of the cramped visiting clubhouse in the 100-year-old ballpark on Friday, with a ski cap keeping his head warm in the early-morning cold, he couldn't find an important piece of equipment. He poked into one bag. And then another. "I can't find my bat," he said of his game bat. Utley eventually found it. Although the bat broke at one point over the weekend, Utley and his swing stayed in tune for the final half of a road trip that saw a couple of the team's key cogs in sync at the plate.
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September 11, 2005 | By Todd Zolecki INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
It feels like another one of those back-against-the-wall moments for the Phillies, doesn't it? "No, not yet," Phillies shortstop Jimmy Rollins said after last night's 7-6 loss to the Florida Marlins at Citizens Bank Park. The loss dropped the Phillies to 2 1/2 games behind the Houston Astros in the National League wild-card race, and two games behind the Marlins. The Phillies need to beat the Marlins this afternoon or they will have lost their third straight series, and fourth of their last five.
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April 6, 2003 | By Sam Carchidi INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
An optimist would point out that Jimmy Rollins, Placido Polanco, Bobby Abreu and Pat Burrell - four Phillies who entered yesterday batting a combined .156 - keyed a 19-hit attack that highlighted a 16-1 shellacking of the Pittsburgh Pirates at chilly Veterans Stadium. A pessimist would note that the victory wasn't nearly as important as the loss of ace Kevin Millwood, who left the game after three innings because of a strained right groin. An optimist would point out that Rollins had five hits, including three doubles, and bounced his batting average from .158 to .320 as the Phillies handed the Pirates their first loss of the young season.
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August 4, 2005 | By Todd Zolecki INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
It couldn't happen again. The Phillies had the bases loaded with one out in the bottom of the ninth inning last night at Citizens Bank Park, just as they had Tuesday in a one-run loss to the Chicago Cubs. The Phillies came up empty Tuesday when David Bell and Tomas Perez struck out to end the game. But the Phils came through last night in a wild finish for a 4-3 victory. Pat Burrell stepped in with the bases loaded in a 3-3 tie - only after the Cubs intentionally walked Chase Utley and Bobby Abreu to face him - and struck out swinging for the second out. But the ball got away from catcher Michael Barrett on a passed ball and Jimmy Rollins started home from third base.
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