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SPORTS
June 26, 2009 | By Andy Martino, Inquirer Staff Writer
ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. - With closer Brad Lidge back from the 15-day disabled list, the Phillies' tired bullpen recovers an important member, although it will continue to miss Scott Eyre and Clay Condrey. "It's going to be really big for our bullpen," to have Lidge back, said manager Charlie Manuel. "I think we're going to be able to put our guys in the right position. " Pitching coach Rich Dubee said earlier that while Lidge's return will solidify the late-inning structure - Lidge assumes ninth-inning responsibilities, Ryan Madson returns to the eighth inning, and J.C. Romero can pitch the seventh inning or face tough lefthanders in the eighth - the middle-relief situation remains murky.
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March 15, 2010 | By Matt Gelb INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
Jamie Moyer may have been deemed the favorite to win the fifth starter's job for the Phillies this spring, but Kyle Kendrick is pitching just about as well as he can. Kendrick allowed no runs over four innings yesterday in his third Grapefruit League appearance, a 4-3 loss to Baltimore. He stretched his scoreless-innings streak to nine and has yet to walk a batter this spring. "As long as I'm pitching quality outings, that's all I can do," Kendrick said. "I'm not trying to be perfect.
SPORTS
July 4, 2008 | By Todd Zolecki INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
J.A. Happ is a much different pitcher from the one who started once last year for the Phillies. He is different because he is healthy. Happ is 5-6 with a 3.54 ERA in 17 starts this season for triple-A Lehigh Valley, which is why the Phillies chose him to replace Brett Myers in their rotation. Happ, a 6-foot-6 lefthander, will pitch tonight against the New York Mets at Citizens Bank Park. He is expected to make one more start next week; Myers could return to the team after the all-star break.
SPORTS
February 28, 2010 | By Matt Gelb INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
Neither Roy Halladay nor CC Sabathia will last much beyond two innings Thursday. But that doesn't mean all of the luster from the Phillies' Grapefruit League opener will be diminished. It's a rematch of the World Series. Halladay is scheduled to make one of the most anticipated spring debuts in Phillies history. And, well, it's finally some actual baseball after weeks of workouts. Yesterday, pitching coach Rich Dubee mapped out the Phillies' pitching plans for the first week of Grapefruit League play.
SPORTS
March 19, 2009
So, after lengthy deliberation, intense research, and rigorous study, I have determined the following: I have absolutely no idea what is going to happen [in the NCAA tournament] this year. Here's what I do know (or at least what I hope I know): [It's the] best sporting event out there, hands down. It's not even close. I love rushing home from work, scrambling to the TV, logging on to the extended coverage online from any computer I can get my hands on and watching as much basketball as possible.
SPORTS
May 16, 2010 | By Matt Gelb INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
In his third start, five runs in seven innings was good enough for Joe Blanton's first win of 2010. Blanton allowed a three-run home run to Corey Hart in the seventh, but the Phillies already had a large lead. And Blanton was happy with his performance. "I feel like I've thrown the ball well three times and just don't have much to show for it," said Blanton, who missed the first month of the season with a strained muscle in his left side. "The numbers haven't been there, for as well as I feel like I've been throwing.
NEWS
October 4, 2011 | By Matt Gelb, INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
ST. LOUIS - The Phillies are likely to have an extra weapon from the bullpen for Game 4. Cliff Lee's scheduled throw day is Wednesday and instead of doing it in the bullpen hours before the game, the Phillies will leave the door open for him to pitch in relief. "That's an option for us," Charlie Manuel said. Pitching coach Rich Dubee also confirmed Lee was in play. "Could be," Dubee said. "We'll see. " The last time Lee pitched in relief was 2007.
SPORTS
June 26, 2009 | By Andy Martino INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
With closer Brad Lidge back from the 15-day disabled list, the Phillies' tired bullpen recovers an important member, although it will continue to miss Scott Eyre and Clay Condrey. "It's going to be really big for our bullpen," to have Lidge back, said manager Charlie Manuel. "I think we're going to be able to put our guys in the right position. " Pitching coach Rich Dubee said earlier that while Lidge's return will solidify the late-inning structure - Lidge assumes ninth-inning responsibilities, Ryan Madson returns to the eighth inning, and J.C. Romero can pitch the seventh inning or face tough lefthanders in the eighth - the middle-relief situation remains murky.
SPORTS
October 10, 2001 | Daily News Wire Services
Former Florida Marlins manager John Boles voiced support for two former members of his staff who questioned the loyalty of infield coach Tony Taylor. "There's validity," Boles said yesterday of the accusations by departing pitching coach Rich Dubee and former bullpen coach Joe Breeden. Last week, Dubee accused Taylor - the Phillies' career leader in games played at second base and a former manager and coach in the organization - of having a role in Boles' firing May 28. "Whoever comes in to be the manager, I wish him a lot of luck, because there's a Benedict Arnold in the forces," Dubee said.
SPORTS
December 1, 2004 | By Todd Zolecki INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
The Phillies officially filled a few holes in their farm system yesterday. Gene Lamont, who previously managed the Chicago White Sox and the Pittsburgh Pirates, will manage triple-A Scranton/Wilkes-Barre next season. Lamont, 57, replaces Marc Bombard, who has joined the big-league club as its first-base coach. Lamont managed the Sox from 1992 to '95, winning a division title in 1993. Rod Nichols becomes Scranton's pitching coach. He replaces Rich Dubee, who has joined the Phillies as their pitching coach.
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