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The countdown to Phillies spring training stands at just a week, but our home region is in the midst of a severe winter pounding. Avoiding cabin fever, phriends of PhoulBallz- Lexi, Arianna and Cara took to the yard and proceeded to play a little dress up with the snowman they built. This surely made me smile.

Unfortunately, I am not offering prizes to those who build PhoulBallz themed snow sculptures, but the Phillies' single A club, the Lakewood BlueClaws, definitely are doing something like that. Click this link and see about what you could do to get ready for baseball season and win some hot prizes from the South Atlantic League Champions!

Speaking of getting ready for a change of seasons, my very own little girl Moose (she's a rabbit, you see?) took to the outdoors this afternoon to check out the snow and to let the world know that baseball season can not start soon enough for her. Check out her pictures below.



What else is up on this snowy day, you ask? Well...

Scott Lauber, of The News Journal, has a sneak peek at the latest cover of the Sporting News that subscribers can expect in the next 2 days. It's their Spring Training Preview featuring the Phillies' new ace pitcher Roy Halladay on the cover. Check that out here.

Macho Row has a slide show tribute to today's birthday boy...Lenny Dykstra. Check that out by clicking this link.

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