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Phillies Nation season premiere: 2015 fantasy preview

Phillies Nation is back with another season of baseball coverage on your television.  On the season premiere of the program, Corey and Pat are joined by new co-host Rachel.  The gang offers complete analysis on fantasy baseball options for 2015, so don't head into your draft without checking out the show.  Corey also visits with Sean Forman of BaseballReference.com regarding that site's advantages for fantasy managers.

Additionally, stay tuned through the full episode to catch my up-and-coming prospects worthy of grabbing and stashing for the future of your fantasy squad.

New episodes of Phillies Nation premiere each Tuesday at 6pm on The Comcast Network and repeat throughout the week on TCN and Comcast Sportsnet.

Take a look at the media player below for the season premiere of PNTV!

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