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Thursday, August 04, 2005

Wild One... 

Last night's 4-3 win over the Cubs is one of the wildest endings I've ever seen to a baseball game: the sight of Rollins breaking for home and nearly getting jammed up almost caused me to have a heart-attack.

Anyway, a win is a win. The Phillies have jumped into third and are now 6 games behind the Braves and 3 & 1/2 games out of the wildcard. The team's immediate goal should be to leapfrog past the Nats, who have been holding on to second for a while now. With 54 games left the Phillies post-season hopes are still alive.

Say goodbye to Billy Wagner: he's given the team until the end of the month to renegotiate his deal or he's walking. That's code-words for "I'm leaving come hell or high-water."

Nice "Ten Things" article at The Hardball Times. I liked what Dave Studeman said about Mark McGwire.

And what the heck was Charlie Manuel thinking when he said the Home Run Derby screwed up Abreu's swing?

More later.

Comments:
I’ve heard player say that Home Run Derbies do mess with a player’s swing. Barry Bonds has mentioned that before for sure, but I guess you have to consider the source, but I’m pretty sure other players have mentioned that as well. I’m just saying.
 
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