News by Josh Landsburg
The A’s have had a few down years recently, but they seem finally ready to compete for a division title again for the first time since 2006.
Very intelligent, very effective at player development, and perhaps the most arrogant collection of people in one organization in all of major league baseball.
"Master Melvin" was a Hall of Famer and logged 22 years with the New York Giants!
Cole Hamels, 2008 World Series MVP for the Philadelphia Phillies, turns 27 today.
Roy Halladay made history on Wednesday night. Halladay became the first pitcher to throw a no-hitter in the playoffs since Don Larsen did it all the way back in 1956 for the Yankees in Game 5 of the World Series when he threw a perfect game.
The Phillies have the best record in the month of September since 2007 in the National League. The majority of the core players on this team have been the same since 2007. Coincidence? I think not.
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