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Finding Jeter: The case for Cody Asche

This is Derek Jeter‘s final season, his curtain call if you will. As such, I’m holding auditions for a new favorite baseball player. My new favorite player obviously has some big shoes to fill, and he definitely has to be … Continued

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MLB Network Radio Spring Training Tour recaps

MLB Network Radio visited all 30 teams in March in 20 days. Click on your team’s Spring Training logo for the camp recap and check out the photo wall for pics from throughout the tour! Team Recaps AL East AL Central … Continued

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Phillie Phanatic goes hard on Marlins, Braves, kisses Mike Ferrin

What happens when you ask the Phillie Phanatic for his National League East preview? Well, you get a few raspberries, a goofy “tomahawk chop,” and a little Phanatic-on-Ferrin action. Video that will make your Monday a whole lot better: Mike … Continued

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Philadelphia Phillies 2014 spring training report from MLB Network Radio

MLB Network Radio‘s Spring Training Tour rolled into Clearwater, Fla. on Sunday where Jim Duquette and Mike Ferrin visited the Philadelphia Phillies. [gallery type="rectangular" ids="18689,18680,18685,18681,18687,18686,18682,18684,18677,18683"] Philadelphia Phillies 2014 outlook With a strong front-end of the rotation, look for the Phillies, despite … Continued

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Six teams interested in veteran starter Bronson Arroyo

The San Francisco Giants locked up 38-year-old starter Tim Hudson to a two-year, $23 million deal Monday, leaving Bronson Arroyo as the lone big-name veteran rotation arm left on the free agent market. Arroyo, who turns 37 in February, was … Continued

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Jonathan Papelbon: A ‘joke’ if Yasiel Puig makes All-Star team

Los Angeles Dodgers rookie outfielder Yasiel Puig won’t be getting Philadelphia Phillies closer Jonathan Papelbon’s vote for the National League All-Star team. Papelbon was on Power Alley Tuesday and told Mike Ferrin and Jim Duquette that adding Puig to the … Continued