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    Pirates Pirates trade Andy Phillips

    White Sox Acquire Andy Phillips

    By Tim Dierkes [April 17 at 3:27pm CST]
    According to MLB.com's Jen Langosch, the Pirates traded utility man Andy Phillips to the White Sox for minor league pitcher Michael Dubee. Phillips had signed a minor league deal with Pittsburgh during the offseason. The 32 year-old spent most of his career in the Yankees organization, and also spent time with the Mets and Reds. Dubee joined with White Sox in July of '07, when they sent Tadahito Iguchi to Philadelphia.

    In our sun-down perambulations, of late, through the outer parts of Brooklyn, we have observed several parties of youngsters playing "base," a certain game of ball...Let us go forth awhile, and get better air in our lungs. Let us leave our close rooms...the game of ball is glorious. ~Walt Whitman


    Baseball is like church. Many attend few understand. ~Leo Durocher

    The key to being a good manager is keeping the people who hate me away from those who are still undecided. ~Casey Stengel

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    Default Re: Pirates trade Andy Phillips

    its all about pitching for the Bucs.....got to have more ...had some outstanding starts from the guys so far this year...but its a long season

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    Default Re: Pirates trade Andy Phillips

    Andy Phillips Signs With Hiroshima Carp

    By Ben Nicholson-Smith [June 26 at 9:13am CST]
    Former Yankee Andy Phillips signed a one-year deal worth $400k to play for the Hiroshima Carp, according to an AP report on ESPN.com. We heard rumblings about the move earlier in the week, but it's now official.

    Phillips, 32, played four seasons with the Yankees before splitting time with the Reds and Mets last year. He played in Triple A for the White Sox and Pirates to start this season.

    In our sun-down perambulations, of late, through the outer parts of Brooklyn, we have observed several parties of youngsters playing "base," a certain game of ball...Let us go forth awhile, and get better air in our lungs. Let us leave our close rooms...the game of ball is glorious. ~Walt Whitman


    Baseball is like church. Many attend few understand. ~Leo Durocher

    The key to being a good manager is keeping the people who hate me away from those who are still undecided. ~Casey Stengel

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