Coming Soon …

Coming soon …

Jim Salisbury and I are excited about our book The Rotation: A Season with the Phillies and One of the Greatest Pitching Staffs Ever Assembled , which is scheduled for release in late February/early March. It should be out just in time for that flight to Clearwater for spring training (or to get you thinking about baseball again after spending the last few months in the cold). We follow the 2010 season through The Rotation, which historically was one of the greatest in baseball history. Salisbury and I got lots of great inside information that hasn’t been read before and much more, so I’m sure you will enjoy it.

More information to come …


will this be available in Europe? I’m thinking

I wonder if they will recount how two of the four “Aces” fell on their face in the NLDS?

phan52: Great minds think a like. Especially Game 2

All kidding aside, sounds like a fun read.

Pardon me if I don’t get all googly-eyed over this premise, since I know how it turned out. I guess one of the great things about sports nowadays is the ability to turn a profit on it.

Too bad that rotation was only assembled for one season. Where are they all now? Phillies front office are on the verge of losing Hamels in the long run.

Even for one season, what did they ultimately accomplish? 102 wins? Great. The big trophy is in St. Louis.
Oswalt was a disappointment last year, on and off the field. As far as Hamels, how many $20 million pitchers can they have on their roster? They’ve locked themselves into Lee for the long term, which was a mistake, in my opinion. I don’t think they saw Hamels’ emerging maturity. Now, they’re faced with a big decision.

I’m looking forward to reading it. I guess in a way Todd never completely left the Inquirer :o)

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