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PHILADELPHIA - JULY 13: Darin Ruf #18 of the Philadelphia Phillies watches his solo home run in the seventh inning during a game against the Chicago White Sox at Citizens Bank Park on July 13, 2013 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

Phillies Hope To Find Room For Darin Ruf’s Powerful Bat

Darin Ruf is too good of a hitter not to play. The Phillies just need a place for him in the lineup.

03/09/2014

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Phillies’ Domonic Brown Needs Regular Role To Finally Prove Himself

If he reaches his potential, Domonic Brown could be a potential All-Star. He can offer power, speed, average, on-base percentage and above-average fielding.

03/17/2013

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Phillies Give Hamels $144M Over 6 Years

Cole Hamels and the Philadelphia Phillies have agreed to a $144 million, six-year contract that prevents the 2008 World Series MVP from becoming a free agent after the season.

07/25/2012

Dean and Snuffy Smith

Father’s Day Favorites – Stories Of Dad’s Special Day

Father’s Day is special. But some Father’s Days are more special than others. Read about these favorites and add your own.

06/07/2012

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Eagles Are No Dream Team

Bob Ford from the Philadelphia Inquirer talks about the Eagles being called the “Dream Team” this off season and how Vince Young is looking early in camp

SportsRadio 610–08/09/2011

Callis on Pence/Bourn trades

Baseball America’s Jim Callis calls in to Sports Radio 610 to talk to Mike and Greg about the Michael Bourn trade to Atlanta and the Hunter Pence trade to Philadelphia.

SportsRadio 610–07/31/2011

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Ed Wade Elaborates On Pence Trade

Houston Astros general manager Ed Wade calls into SportsRadio 610 right after officially announcing the Hunter Pence trade to talk about it and what the franchise received from the Phillies in return.

SportsRadio 610–07/29/2011

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Astros Lose Season Opener

Check out images of the walk-off single that helped the Phillies beat the Astros.

04/01/2011

Astros Spoil Myers’ Quality Start, Lose Opener 5-4

It was a well-pitched game by both Roy Halladay and Brett Myers, but the Astros were able to get to Halladay before the Phillies got to Myers. That’s the idea, get into the oppositions bullpen, […]

04/01/2011

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Wild Thing Sniffs A Championship

Mitch Williams talks Astros, predictions and closers while dealing with a cold

SportsRadio 610–03/30/2011

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