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Hernandez, Altherr, and Herrera provided the power in a 5-2 victory.
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Phillies smack back-to-back-to-back homers to sweep the Braves
It’s now starting to look like umpire C.B. Bucknor has it out for the Nationals, because it’s hard to imagine that he’s this bad of an official. After blowing a strike-3 call behind home plate on Tuesday, Bucknor went back to sucking less than 24 hours later, and made another ridiculous call that went against the Nats
Celtics point guard Isaiah Thomas isn’t one to stand idle after getting criticized by the media, fans or players on other teams, that’s for sure. That’s why when the media circulated that he was a “defensive liability,” we knew Thomas wouldn’t wait long to fire back.
Knicks team president Phil Jackson started a firestorm on Friday with some comments he made regarding Carmelo Anthony’s future with the team. While the Knicks were unclear about what they planned to do with Melo going forward, Jackson all but pushed him out the door by saying the following: https://twitter.com/Mike_Vorkunov/status/85295418552392089 Asked if he wants Melo back, Phil Jackson notes that Knicks haven't been able to win with him.
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Carmelo Anthony fires back at Phil Jackson, and Kristaps Porzingis agreed with him
You never know when these kind of games are going to come. They’re the games that test your resolve whether you felt you deserve to win or not. As the game got to a certain point, it was apparent that the Mets had no business winning this game
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When Nothing Turns Into Everything
The struggling closer gave up a three-run homer in the top of the inning. Cesar Hernandez single won it.
Phillies win in 9th after Jeanmar Gomez coughs up lead
GMs Carson and Pat fired off some emails, regarding their expectations for the season. Here are their thoughts.
CINCINNATI – Three minutes into the season, when Cesar Hernandez cracked a solo homer to the red seats in right field Monday, these young Phillies exuded confidence. The December workouts in Miami to add strength produced immediate results for Hernandez. The laborious seven weeks of spring training melted to the scene of Tommy Joseph, the guy who is supposed to be crushing home runs, high-fiving the diminutive Hernandez and removing his helmet.
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Phillies win opener as ‘two littlest guys’ homer
via GIPHY Tommy Joseph snuck up on everyone in 2016. A castoff heading into last year, he made himself a focal point of this season’s offense. The Phillies have a guy on the roster who could shock people this year
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The Wild Card: 2017 Player Preview for Aaron Altherr