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Shortly before their Grammys debacle ( it wasn’t good, friends ), Metallica and the San Francisco Giants announced tickets were on sale for the fifth annual Metallica Day. That’s right, as the Giants play host to the reigning World Champion Chicago Cubs August 7, the Bay-area rockers will be celebrated with their own special day at AT&T Park. In the past, members of the 2009 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductees were on hand to throw out the first pitch and perform the national anthem.
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Giants Announce Annual Metallica Night
As we start the 2015 minor league season, I thought I would publish your selections for Sleepers and Break Out Players. I received 25 responses, some with multiple selections. So if you are going to count the responses, that’s why they add up to more than 25. Twenty-one players were selected to have break out … Continue reading 2015 Sleepers →
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We Should Be GMs is about to embark on our 10th season covering the Philadelphia Phillies and today marks our 9th “birthday”. It all started way back on March 28th of 2006 . With slightly over a week of Spring Training remaining before the 2015 MLB season starts, the Phillies haven’t shown any improvement
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WSBGMs Birthday, Phillies Spring Update & Fantasy Baseball
A big night from Derrick Mitchell helps Devid Buchanan’s cause, as Lehigh Valley beat Buffalo. Buchanan induced three double-play grounders to keep his so-so night from looking like a nightmare. Jim Murphy hit a walk-off two run shot for Reading, (their second walk-off bomb in a row), after Seth Rosin and Hector Neris gave up 6 runs in the top of the ninth.
Todays first hand report from NYPHILSMANIAC19. Excuse the formatting issues please… Gulf Coast Game Report vs Yankees 1, August 27 PITCHING: Feliberto Sanchez started and pitched into the 6th inning. He looked good over all but seemed to tire late in the 5th and in the 6th.
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On July 2, 2012 the Phillies spend just over a million combined on a pair of Dominican 16 year olds. They were both consensus Top 20 J2 prospects and the latest in a line of increased Latin American budget for signings. The Phillies brought both stateside in 2012 for the Florida Instructional League before they started their professional careers in the GCL for 2013.
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Prospect Spotlight: Deivi Grullon and Jose Pujols