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Off-season league updates- Twitter is there for you

It's autumn and while the big league postseason is on-going, without any Phillies involvement, I haven't posted much on the site in a while.

Most readers here likely have grown to expect unique content focused on the Phils' minor leagues.  Here's how you can get updates and details even when this site isn't featuring new posts...

Check out my Twitter feed!

For those of you still without the Twitter application or even without a Twitter account, you can simply bookmark this post or my Twitter page for daily updates and stats from several off-season leagues.  Check out the embedded widget below for a sample of what steady details to expect on talented prospects like Roman Quinn, Daniel Brito, Cornelius Randolph and many more along with an occasional remark about professional wrestling or some other random nonsense.

Thanks for the continued interest in my content and pass it along if you know fans that would appreciate this material.



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