Diaz for Werth? It’s possible

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Diaz for Werth? It's possible

December 3 Philadelphia Inquirer: “The righthanded bat the Phillies are looking for may have officially hit the free-agent market Thursday. A day after the Phillies‘ own top free agent, Jayson Werth, reportedly met with Boston Red Sox manager Terry Francona and general manager Theo Epstein in a Chicago hotel, the Atlanta Braves opted not to [More…]

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Phillies offer contracts to Francisco, Kendrick

December 3 Philadelphia Daily News: “Last year, the Phillies entered the offseason with five arbitration-eligible players. This year, the number is just two, and neither figures to provide much in the way of drama. Yesterday, the club offered contracts to both players – outfielder Ben Francisco and righthander Kyle Kendrick – in advance of a [More…]

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Eagles Runaround: 12.03.10; Texans defeated, DeSean, LeSean, more...

December 3: Philadelphia Eagles news and stories from around the web… Akers has place in history December 3 Camden Courier-Post columnist Don Benevento: “”Don’t let the guys make too much fun of you. Remember you’re the mascot, not the place-kicker.” Hank Hill on “King of the Hill” Acouple years ago a number of news outlets and [More…]

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Eagles come back to defeat the Texans, 34-24

December 3 Philadelphia Inquirer: “If Andy Reid intended to send a message with his locker-room rant after the loss to Chicago on Sunday, his young Eagles team received it loud and clear. Just four days after they delivered an effort the coach deemed worthy of an outburst, the Eagles responded, overcoming a momentum-shifting third quarter [More…]

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Flyers Runaround: 12.03.10; Laviolette, Goal drought, Giroux, more...

December 3: Philadelphia Flyers news and stories from around the web… At 1-year mark, Flyers coach Laviolette reflects on wild ride December 3 Philadelphia Daily News: “Exactly 1 year ago today, after a lifeless loss to Vancouver, Flyers general manager Paul Holmgren went to sleep knowing he needed to make a change. Holmgren woke up [More…]

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Thorn sees Sixers' struggles, envisions improvement

December 3 Philadelphia Daily News columnist Bob Cooney: “A LITTLE MORE than a month before the 76ers embarked for training camp with a new coach and memories from a dismal 2009-10 season that produced 27 wins and 55 losses, Rod Thorn was brought in to be the team’s president. Thorn had spent the previous 10 seasons [More…]