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Mea culpa: All the times I was wrong in 2019 | Bob Ford

Regrets? We've got a few, but not too few to mention. Here's a look back at where we thought things would go, and where they actually went.

The sports memories of 2019 ... Eagles hope they’re not over yet

From two doinks in a wild Eagles win in January to four doinks in a heartbreaking Sixers loss in May, it's been a year of highlights. lowlights and memories.

The sports memories of 2019 ... Eagles hope they’re not over yet

From two doinks in a wild Eagles win in January to four doinks in a heartbreaking Sixers loss in May, it's been a year of highlights. lowlights and memories.

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From hope to humor and everything in between, here’s the Inquirer’s best sports journalism of 2019 | Mike Sielski

Nick Foles' final game with the Eagles, Kawhi Leonard's Game 7 heartbreaker, heroes and villains: We covered them all in 2019.
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From hope to humor and everything in between, here’s the Inquirer’s best sports journalism of 2019 | Mike Sielski

Nick Foles' final game with the Eagles, Kawhi Leonard's Game 7 heartbreaker, heroes and villains: We covered them all in 2019.

Phillies leadership bullish on prospect Alec Bohm’s ability to play third base. Some rival talent evaluators aren’t sold. | Scott Lauber

The Phillies remain so confident that Bohm will be their future third baseman that they passed on top third basemen on the free-agent and trade markets.

Phillies leadership bullish on prospect Alec Bohm’s ability to play third base. Some rival talent evaluators aren’t sold. | Scott Lauber

The Phillies remain so confident that Bohm will be their future third baseman that they passed on top third basemen on the free-agent and trade markets.
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Curt Flood set off the free-agent revolution 50 years ago after refusing a trade to the Phillies

Curt Flood set off the free-agent revolution 50 years ago Tuesday with a 128-word, two-paragraph letter to baseball Commissioner Bowie Kuhn.

Phillies agree to minor-league contracts with local products Gosselin and Szczur, two others

With an extra spot on the bench beginning next season, all four players will have a chance to make the team in spring training.

Phillies’ Pivetta ready for another chance after lost season

Unless the Phillies add another starting pitcher, Pivetta will compete in Clearwater with Zach Eflin and Vince Velasquez for the final two spots in the starting rotation.

Phillies should still be searching for bullpen help | Extra Innings

The Phillies still need relief help, and former Yankee David Phelps should be among the pitchers they consider.

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Didi Gregorius guaranteed to bring leadership and fun to Phillies clubhouse | Bob Brookover

New Phillies shortstop Didi Gregorius likes to have fun when he's playing baseball and he knows how to win, too.

New Phillies starter Zack Wheeler believes he can reach another level, just like Gerrit Cole | Scott Lauber

More four-seam fastballs, fewer sinkers? It's a formula that might unlock the untapped potential that attracted the Phillies to Wheeler in the first place.

Phillies introduce Zack Wheeler, but still seem to be a pitcher short

The Phillies have added Wheeler, but they plan to rely on Zach Eflin, Vince Velasquez, and Nick Pivetta to fill out the bottom of their starting rotation.

You won’t see Ryan Howard on ESPN next season

Despite having signed a multi-year contract just last year, the former Phillies slugger won't appear on ESPN next season.

Why Phillies believe Gregorius will round back into form in second season after elbow surgery

The newest member of the Phillies is among the few shortstops to undergo a procedure that is far more common among pitchers.

Phillies winter meetings takeaways: Working within a budget, Spencer Howard’s limits, and eyeing Kris Bryant

Given their intentions (for now) to stay beneath the luxury-tax threshold, the Phillies' heaviest offseason lifting appears to be over. But there are plenty of issues that still bear watching.

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Phillies stopped spending on starting pitching after signing Zack Wheeler. It was a mistake. | Bob Brookover

This year's class of free-agent starting pitchers was deep and some quality arms still remain on the open market, but the Phillies opted to leave the market after signing Zack Wheeler to a five-year deal worth $118 million.

Phillies select, then trade minor-league infielder in Rule 5 draft

But the team also didn't lose any players in the final event of the winter meetings.

The Phillies thought they were smart by signing Odubel Herrera for 5 years. They were wrong. | Extra Innings

The outfielder might not play for the Phillies in 2020, but he's still going to have a large impact on their roster.

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