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Be on the look out on your Comcast On Demand menu. Certain local divisions of Comcast have a World Series section in their "Get Local" menu, that features every game of the World Series. Also, there is a "Phillies" option that features parade footage, and CSN-Philly is still providing the Post Game Live from after game 5 of the World Series. All of these programs are available for FREE.

Tadahito Iguchi, who refused an assignment to triple A Lehigh Valley in order to become a free agent, may be heading to play full time in Japan. The Chiba Lotte Marines are set to begin talks with Tad on a new contract.

Derek Lowe has reportedly rejected a contract offer from the Mets, that was for 3 yrs/$36 million. MLBTradeRumors.com reports that the Phillies are still contenders to sign Lowe and are the Mets' main competition for his services, along with the Braves.

Phormer Phillie and current White Sox pitcher Gavin Floyd's name has been mentioned in a potential trade with the Orioles. The Orioles would send Brian Roberts to Chicago in the rumored deal.

Original Trenton Thunder team member, former all-star, and 2-time Diamondback, Tony Clark has re-signed with the Diamondbacks. The contract is reportedly worth $800,000 for 1 year.

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IRONPIGPEN said…
Nice Trenton Thunder reference, and Iguchi in Japan

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