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ALLENTOWN – Ever since he signed with the Phillies as a second-round pick out of Port St. Joe (Fla.) High School in 2011, Roman Quinn has always had the same goal entering a season, one that he has yet to fully achieve.
Phillies prospect Roman Quinn has simple goal: to stay healthy
I’ve been perplexed by the acquisition of Clay Buchholz since the move was announced. At first, I didn’t understand why the team would acquire someone coming off of such a bad season while the team had so many young arms that seem to be ready for the big leagues. Then, I could see how it might be valuable to have him eat some innings when you have Aaron Nola coming back from injuries and Vincent Velasquez not having pitched a full big league season yet
The Former Ace: The 2017 Player Preview for Clay Buchholz
CLEARWATER, Fla. – Throughout batting practice in the morning and the Phillies’ 7-2 loss to the Tampa Bay Rays in the afternoon Monday, Roman Quinn wore a white compression sleeve on his right arm.
CLEARWATER, Fla. – The odds say this wasn’t a preview.
Bill Belichick is hoping that the apple falls far, far away from the tree in Super Bowl LI. Falcons offensive coordinator Kyle Shanahan is the son of former Broncos coach Mike Shanahan, who went 5-3 against Belichick including a 27-13 win at Denver in the 2005 AFC divisional playoffs. The Patriots coach says the Falcons’ offense reminds him of Shanahan’s Broncos teams.
Editor’s Note : This is the 22nd in a series of looks at the men who suited up for the 2016 Philadelphia Phillies. Vincent Velasquez was the last player profiled. This might sound nuts, but if you asked me how many games Michael Mariot pitched for the Phillies, I’d have guessed 40 to 50.
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2016 Player Review: Michael Mariot
Editor’s Note : This is the 20th in a series of looks at the men who suited up for the 2016 Philadelphia Phillies. Adam Morgan was the last player profiled. The Phillies drafted Colton Murray in the 13th round of the 2011 Amatuer Player Draft. He is the fifth player from that class to make it to the Major Leagues.
The San Diego Chargers have become the Los Angeles Chargers—just don’t tell that to moving companies located in San Diego. It is one thing for the Chargers to secure a move to Los Angeles, abandoning the city of San Diego and its fans. It is another to actually move there
Editor’s Note : This is the 18th in a series of looks at the men who suited up for the 2016 Philadelphia Phillies. Taylor Featherston was the last player profiled. Aaron Nola is supposed to be a linchpin in the Phillies’ future success. The former 7th overall pick had a strong rookie campaign, logging a 6-2 mark with a 3.59 ERA, a 4.04 FIP, a stingy 2.2 walks per nine innings and a respectable 7.9 strikeouts per nine.
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2016 Player Review: Aaron Nola