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Another Phils Legend Passes, and other news

We've lost another one. Danny Ozark, manager of the great 1976 and 1977 Eastern Division Champion Phillies, passed away today at age 85.

Manny Ramirez is the latest big name baseball star to test positive for banned substances. He has been suspended for 50 games.

Chase Utley's famed "WFC" speech drawing fines for broadcasters.

Pitching coach Rich Dubee speaks on Brett Myers' early season issues.

The Inquirer has a story on Chan Ho Park and adjustments he has made.


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Comments

Canadian Wood said…
Park definitely earned himself another start. Hopefully this is a turning point for him, although I don't see him staying out of the 'pen past July.

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