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In Philadelphia, They're the Wheeze Kids
Former Reds teammates Pete Rose (left), Joe Morgan and Tony Perez are together in Philly, where they'll play at aptly named Veterans Stadium
The Phillies have junked an old, losing club to give their youngsters a chance. This will be no miracle of 1950, but at least the Phils will lose in a younger, more interesting way
In the last half of the 1955 season the Phillies played neck and neck with the Dodgers, hoisting themselves from a humiliating seventh to a respectable fourth ...
PHILADELPHIA PHILLIES: Getting there is half the farm system
Most of the players John Quinn wangled from other teams enjoyed good seasons last year, but until the farms start producing, the team cannot be said to have great expectations
HITTINGThe big question about Philadelphia's hitting is how much it will miss Don Demeter (51 home runs and 190 RBIs the past two seasons), traded away to ...
The Beautiful Losers: An Oral History of the Philadelphia Phillies
The existentialistSamuel Beckett exhorted, "Fail better." And no professional sports teamhas ever failed better or with greater frequency than the ...
The Orioles All Pitched In
Baltimore overwhelmed Philadelphia in five games in the World Series with an exemplary team effort that featured rookie Pitcher Mike Boddicker and three tough Stooges
The good old days for the Phillies were in 1950, when Manager Eddie Sawyer led the club to its first pennant in 35 years. Those days are gone, and the Phillies ...
It's seven years now since the youthful Philadelphia "Whiz Kids" stole the National League pennant. They have grown old in the interval, and none too gracefully ...