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PhoulBallz Podcast Landmark Episode Advisory

This week is slated to be a monumental edition of the PhoulBallz Minor League Podcast, as Jay and Tug are set to make an announcement that will shake up the internet all throughout the Philadelphia region and beyond. Not only will the 23rd episode of the show feature the blogosphere's most anticipated news of the year, but Phillies top prospect and Double-A Reading FIGHTINS ace Jesse Biddle will be phoning in to join the guys and talk about his much raved about 16 strike out performance against Harrisburg on Monday.

You seriously won't want to miss the live webcast of the show at a special time of 10 AM Eastern this Thursday, on mixlr by clicking HERE. As always, the show will be available for On Demand streaming and download later. You can also subscribe on iTunes.

In case you missed it, check out the media player for a view of Biddle's amazing performance, from Monday, during which he threw seven scoreless innings and notched two doubles at the plate as well.



Shout out to Tug Haines, of the PhoulBallz Podcast, for the video.

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