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Get Your Lindy's Sports 2013 Phillies Annual

With opening day just a month away, the best and brightest of all the season preview magazines has hit store shelves and is available to order.  The Lindy's Sports In the Dugout Phillies 2013 features the finest detailed analysis and is the biggest bang for your buck, as the issue is packed with over 100 pages of glossy baseball awesomeness and sells for just $9.99. 

In addition to a full review of the Phillies' minor league clubs by yours truly, the publication features full player reviews, details on what to expect from this year's club, profiles on Ben Revere, Delmon Young, Kyle Kendrick and Jimmy Rollins, answers to burning questions related to the team, a look at the National League East division and plenty more.

Other writers featured in this year's Lindy's Phillies annual include Justin Klugh of That Ball's Outta Here, Michael Baumann of Crashburn Alley, Craig Calcaterra of Hardball Talk and the gang from TheGoodPhight.com.

Now that this nearly ad-free collection of all the best Phillies info you can get is available, pick it up from your nearest magazine rack or, if you can't find it because it has become the hottest item since the Michael Martinez player shirsey, order it online!

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