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With the World Baseball Classic less than 24 hours away, here is a little something to get you in a patriotic mood. USA! USA! USA!
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Colbert Hamels made his 2009 spring debut today. He pitched 2 scoreless innings against Team Canada, allowing 2 hits and a walk.
John Mayberry Jr., Jeremy Slayden and Raul Ibanez led the offense, as our Phils won 9-2, scoring runs off all 5 Canadian pitchers faced.

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Manchester United won the game 6-5 on penalty kicks.
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