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Wednesday, Jun 26, 2013 at 10:54 PM
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By Dash Treyhorn

The One That Got Away

The One That Got Away

Nate Schierholtz is having a good year for the Chicago Cubs. Why did Ruben Amaro let him walk? Read »

Monday, Jan 28, 2013 at 4:13 PM
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By Dash Treyhorn

Phillies Release Nate Schierholtz

Phillies Release Nate Schierholtz

The newly acquired outfielder was not tendered a contract by the Phillies. Read »

Monday, Aug 13, 2012 at 1:45 PM
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By Dash Treyhorn

Hurt Toe Lands Schierholtz on DL

Hurt Toe Lands Schierholtz on DL

Nate Schierholtz injured his big toe on Sunday afternoon. Read »

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Dash Treyhorn twitter.com/dashtreyhorn
Dash is a Phillies lifer who experienced his first televised game when he was two days old thanks to the kindly nursing staff in the maternity ward. His favorite sound is the voice of Harry Kalas, and he thinks that Cole Hamels' changeup belongs in The Smithsonian.
Will Brinson twitter.com/danstamm
Will Brinson covers baseball from coast-to-coast (literally) for NBC and is the senior NFL blogger at CBSSports.com. He's previously written for FanHouse, The Sporting News, Yahoo! Sports and myriad other publications.
Dan Stamm twitter.com/danstamm
Dan Stamm is a lifelong Phillies fan who's had access to season tickets his entire life (although they've never actually been in his name). He believes the Phillies look best in baby blue, and the best eats at CBP is the vegan heater cheesesteak.
Michelle O'Malley twitter.com/M_OMalley
Michelle is a a Phanatic-phobic lifelong Phillies fan transplanted in Virginia. She has the last 25 years worth of rosters memorized and an unexplainable amount of Marlon Anderson baseball cards in her collection.
Desi Relaford Desi played parts of five seasons for the Phillies -- mostly at shortstop -- after being acquired for Terry Mulholland in 1996. He would go on to play for seven MLB teams over 11 seasons. A utility infielder, he hit 40 more home runs and stole 81 more bases in the pros than most of you did.