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Have you heard of Patreon yet?  I hope so.  If not, it's simply a way for content creators to obtain compensation for their work from the people that enjoy it.

Since parting ways with a previous employer more than a few seasons back, in an environment where online ads are more difficult to come by, I have lost money doing the work on this site.  Genuinely, I have spent more on gas and tolls than I've collected from advertisers, thus it has cost me money to provide Phillies and prospect fans with the coverage they crave.

Over the years I have broken trades, organizational transactions along with plenty of other news.  Additionally, I've had the opportunity to tell the stories of players that would otherwise not see the light of day.

I'd love to continue doing that and promoting all levels of the Phillies developmental system for you, the readers, but I prefer to do so without taking a financial hit. With your support, I can do that.  

I've established a Patreon page where subscribers will get exclusive content...interviews, features, behind the scenes looks at the ball parks and early access to other material as well.

If you've enjoyed content here over the years, you know the type of material to expect.  If you feel that's worth supporting, I am asking for $5 (or more, if you are inclined) per month.  The link is below.

https://www.patreon.com/phoulballz

If you would prefer to offer your support via other means like PayPal or Zelle, toss an e-mail or direct message my way.

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