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  1. Phillies' bad bullpen usage, illustrated

    Rob Neyer

    As if Phillies fans didn't have reason enough to be exasperated with the way the first month-plus of action has gone for their club, over on Crashburn Alley, Bill Baer has come up with a visual presentation of how Jonathan Papelbon has basically gone...

    Blog | May 08, 2012
  2. Links: Phillies IF, Clay Buchholz, Morneau

    Rob Neyer

    Links to check out from around the SweetSpot network (and a couple other places): The Royals apparently made a lot of money last season. Bill Baer examines the pros and cons of some potential trade targets if the Phillies decide to add infield ...

    Blog | March 23, 2012
  3. Monday Mendozas

    Rob Neyer

    Today's links are laced corn syrup and 18 essential vitamins. So don't be shy! Has Ryan Howard really been less valuable this season than Jamey Carroll, Ike Davis, and Jeff Keppinger. By one measure, yes. Bill Baer explains. I think this guy mi...

    Blog | September 13, 2010
  4. Did Phillies bring back Howard too soon?

    Rob Neyer

    Crashburn Alley's Bill Baer on the savior who hasn't been doing much saviorizing: Since returning from the disabled list, Ryan Howard is batting .111 with a .246 OPS. He has no extra-base hits and no multi-hit games. Even worse, Howard struck out 1...

    Blog | August 31, 2010
  5. Do Phillies ignore sabermetrics?

    Rob Neyer

    From a solid enough piece about modern fielding stats, Crashburn Alley's Bill Baer honed in on this passage: Not everyone pays attention to these numbers, of course. While teams such as the Mariners, Red Sox and Detroit Tigers, who improved greatly ...

    Blog | January 12, 2010
  6. Phillies make room for Bruntlett

    Rob Neyer

    Crashburn Alley's Bill Baer on the Phillies' roster and an awfully odd decision: The Phillies set their NLCS roster and starting rotation, and just about everything is the same, except: " Chan Ho Park is in " Brett Myers is out " Eric Bruntlet...

    Blog | October 15, 2009