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April 15, 2014 | By Sam Donnellon, Daily News Staff Writer
THE REAL STORY of this Phillies weekend was not Jimmy's Saturday night walkoff, or Chase's game-winning blast yesterday or even the 6-3 victory Friday. The real story was that Jake Diekman won a game as a middle-inning reliever, and looked comfortable in that spot. And that B.J. Rosenberg pitched perfect innings in two straight games, striking out Giancarlo Stanton in the middle of a statement seventh inning yesterday, then walking off the mound as if, well, he does this for a living.
SPORTS
June 25, 2010 | By Bob Brookover, Inquirer Staff Writer
NOT TORONTO - And now for something completely different. The Phillies begin a 10-game road trip at Citizens Bank Park Friday night against the Toronto Blue Jays. Yes, the Phillies are beginning a road trip at home. As with any road game, the Phillies will bat first, take batting practice second and wear their gray road uniforms. And, as in any interleague road game, the designated hitter will be part of each team's lineup. Unlike any road game, the Phillies will get to sleep in their own beds, dress in their home clubhouse and be supported by their own fans.
NEWS
August 29, 2005 | DEBBIE WOODELL
WHAT DO YOU THINK the Phillies would have done if someone at Citizens Bank Park tried to display a banner with a racist slur against Jimmy Rollins or Bobby Abreu? Free speech, right? First Amendment and all that flag-hugging stuff? Keep the sign up? Nope, they would have taken it down. They would have found a way to defuse a potentially volatile situation and shrug off any threats of lawsuits. But when it comes to the area's gay and lesbian community, the Phillies are hypocrites.
SPORTS
August 4, 1990 | By Paul Hagen, Daily News Sports Writer
The signs began popping up as the evening began. In Houston, Braves rightfielder Dale Murphy was a late scratch from the starting lineup of last night's game against the Astros. In Atlanta, agent Bruce Church called his wife and canceled their plans to go out to dinner, saying he had to work late at the office. In the Vet, Phillies general manager Lee Thomas was in his office with the door closed. It all came together late last night when the Phillies announced at a hastily called press conference that they had acquired two-time National League MVP Dale Murphy from the Braves for reliever Jeff Parrett.
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