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https://plus.google.com/115328420381586292222 Sean Teaford : The Pitching Pain Of Rebuilding PHILS PHACTS: Filling Out The Rotation – If nobody is traded and everybody...
The Pitching Pain Of Rebuilding
PHILS PHACTS: Filling Out The Rotation – If
nobody is traded and everybody is healthy, Phillies manager Ryne Sandberg
thinks four pitchers are locks to make the 2015 rotation. The foursome includes Cole Hamels , Cliff Lee , Aaron Harang and Jerome Williams ...
The Pitching Pain Of Rebuilding
PHILS PHACTS: Filling Out The Rotation – If nobody is traded and everybody is healthy, Phillies manager Ryne Sandberg thinks four pitchers are locks to make the 2015 rotation. The foursome includes Cole Hamels, Cliff...
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https://plus.google.com/101241594170405530219 CSNNE.com : Felger: Red Sox should make the deal for Cole Hamels - Michael Felger says Cole Hamels is the final ...
Felger: Red Sox should make the deal for Cole Hamels - Michael Felger says Cole Hamels is the final piece of the 2015 Red Sox' puzzle and they need to make the deal for him, even if it means parting with Mookie Betts. http://ow.ly/2VexYi
Felger: Red Sox should make the deal for Cole Hamels
Michael Felger says Cole Hamels is the final piece of the 2015 Red Sox' puzzle and they need to make the deal for him, even if it means parting with Mookie Betts.
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Felger: Red Sox should make the deal for Cole Hamels
Michael Felger says Cole Hamels is the final piece of the 2015 Red Sox' puzzle and they need to make the deal for him, even if it means parting with Mookie Betts.
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https://plus.google.com/115328420381586292222 Sean Teaford : Rumors And An Eight Ball PHILS PHACTS: Hamels Ready To Move On – Cole Hamels said a few times last season...
Rumors And An Eight Ball
PHILS PHACTS: Hamels Ready To Move On – Cole Hamels said a few
times last season that he wants to play for a winner because an athlete's
career is short. Why waste his prime years pitching for a losing team? Hamels, 31, really drove home that point
Wednesda...
Rumors And An Eight Ball
PHILS PHACTS: Hamels Ready To Move On – Cole Hamels said a few times last season that he wants to play for a winner because an athlete's career is short. Why waste his prime years pitching for a losing team? Hamels, ...
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https://plus.google.com/116802239534944330283 mark marlinsarechamps : 45 Things That Never Happened in Baseball Until 2014 One of the unique things about baseball is that...
45 Things That Never Happened in Baseball Until 2014 

One of the unique things about baseball is that history can be made on any given day or night at the ballpark, especially if you are paying close enough attention. The 2014 season was no exception, as players and teams alike added their names to the record books. Here is a rundown of some of those baseball "firsts" that may have initially gone unnoticed.

 

In 2014, for the first time in baseball history a batter...
» Hit three doubles, two singles and a home run in a game (Charlie Blackmon).

» Doubled six times in the first seven games of his career (Yangervis Solarte).

» Had a grand slam, two other hits and a pair of intentional walks in the same game (Giancarlo Stanton).

» Hit a grand slam for two different teams in April (Ike Davis, Mets and Pirates).

» Went 5-for-5 with three homers and nine RBIs in a game (Lonnie Chisenhall).

» Recorded multiple hits and multiple stolen bases in four consecutive games (Jose Altuve).

» Homered 20 or more times in seven consecutive seasons while playing for five different teams in that span (Mark Reynolds).

» Went 4,000 days between the first and second RBI of his career (Jerome Williams).

» Stole three bases in a game for a team that was the victim of a no-hitter (Jason Heyward).

» Drove in a run in eight straight games while playing for more than one team during the streak (Adam Dunn).

» Hit a solo, two-run, three-run and grand slam homer sequentially in successive games (Devin Mesoraco).

» Made at least 225 plate appearances in a season yet scored fewer than five runs (Jose Molina).

» Struck out more than 90 times in a season of fewer than 250 plate appearances (Javier Baez).

» Who was playing shortstop hit a grand slam in a postseason game (Brandon Crawford).

» Homered and doubled in three straight postseason games (Matt Carpenter).

» Had multiple hits in six consecutive playoff games (Nelson Cruz).

» Ended an NLCS with a home run (Travis Ishikawa).

 

A pitcher...
» Struck out 10 batters in an outing of less than four innings (Danny Salazar).

» Fanned 10 hitters and walked five in a start that was no longer than four innings (Michael Wacha).

» Made the first 178 starts of a career without completing one (Max Scherzer).

» Struck out the side on nine pitches with the bases loaded (Brad Boxberger).

» Made it through the first nine starts of a campaign without allowing either more than two runs or five hits (Johnny Cueto).

» Fanned 40 batters in a season before walking his second (Sean Doolittle).

» Struck out as many as 15 batters in a walk-free no-hitter (Clayton Kershaw).

» Worked seven or more scoreless innings in nine of his first 18 starts of a season (Adam Wainwright).

» Won eight consecutive starts in a single season during which he struck out at least 80 batters with an ERA below 1.00 (Kershaw).

» Who previously had won a Cy Young Award lost 12 decisions in a row (Jake Peavy).

» Made 16 consecutive starts of at least seven innings in which he allowed two or fewer runs (Felix Hernandez).

» Struck out 14 batters in a scoreless start of exactly six innings (Mike Fiers).

» Lost a one-hit complete game in which he fanned at least nine batters in fewer than nine innings (David Price).

» Saved 30 games in a season for two different teams by the age of 25 (Addison Reed).

» Fanned 10 or more batters in a game for a fifth different team (A.J. Burnett).

» Who previously had won a Cy Young Award allowed nine straight hits in a game (Price).

» Opened a season with three starts of at least seven innings, fewer than two runs and no walks (Derek Holland).

» Allowed as many as eight earned runs and 10 hits while getting fewer than three outs in an appearance (Carlos Frias).

» Beat one team (Oakland) three times while pitching for three different teams in the same season (Jerome Williams).

» Retired at least six batters while striking out every one he faced in two different games of a season (Antonio Bastardo).

» Struck out more than 11 batters for each one he walked (Phil Hughes).

» Won fewer than 10 games despite making 30 starts and posting an ERA below 2.50 (Cole Hamels).

» Fanned as many as 182 batters in a season of less than 150 innings (Yu Darvish).

» Whiffed at least one batter in 49 straight relief appearances (Aroldis Chapman).

» Fanned 52 percent of the batters (min. 50 IP) he faced in a season (Chapman).

» Averaged 10-plus strikeouts per nine innings in each of his first seven seasons (David Robertson).

» Allowed at least seven earned runs in back-to-back postseason starts (Kershaw).

» Allowed no more than one run in any of the first five postseason starts of his career (Ryan Vogelsong).
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https://plus.google.com/108257395485572574555 Serguei Tchepik : The Over The Monster Podcast, Episode 121: Yoan Moncada The Red Sox signed Cuban free agent Yoan Moncada...
The Over The Monster Podcast, Episode 121: Yoan Moncada

The Red Sox signed Cuban free agent Yoan Moncada so we talk about that.
Maybe you saw it coming, but I didn’t. Based on all the reports, there didn’t seem to be much chance the Red Sox would be the winners when the Yoan Moncada race ended. The Yankees had the money and the need. The Dodgers had money, money, and money. The Brewers had as much or more need as any organization in the game so, sure, why the heck not? The Padres just buy stuff now. Whatever, buy it.
The Red Sox on the other hand are different. They have a good farm system, they have young players locked up long term, ergo they don’t need Yoan Moncada. Sure they were over the international spending limit already, so the penalty was going to be incurred either way, but the Yankees are in the same position and they’re the Yankee$. Point is, Moncada ain’t coming to Boston.
Except yes he is!
So this is a very exciting podcast about a very exciting prospect the Red Sox signed. As when the Red Sox do anything, there are questions. What exactly is Moncada good at? Where will he start in the system? When can we expect to see him in Boston? Where does he fit in their minor league rankings? Does this mean they’re trading the rest of the farm for Cole Hamels? (NO!) All these questions are covered in this, the 121st OTM Podcast.
After that, because why the heck not, we talk a bit about the outfield situation, starting right fielder Shane Victorino, what happens to Mookie Betts if Victorino is healthy, and where Allen Craig fits in to all of this.
As always, I welcome your thoughts either here in the comments section or over email (matthew dot kory at gmail). Hope you enjoy the podcast and thanks for listening.

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The Over The Monster Podcast, Episode 121: Yoan Moncada - NewZwolf.com
The Red Sox signed Cuban free agent Yoan Moncada so we talk about that. Maybe you saw it coming, but I didn't. Based on all the reports, there didn't seem to be much chance the Red Sox would be the winners when the Yoan Moncada race ended. The Yankees had the money and the need. The Dodgers had money, money, and money. The Brewers had as much or more need as any organization in the game so, sure, why the heck not? The Padres just buy stuff now. W...
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https://plus.google.com/108257395485572574555 Serguei Tchepik : Forget Cole Hamels, the Red Sox should trade for Cliff Lee The Red Sox don’t want to give up Blake ...
Forget Cole Hamels, the Red Sox should trade for Cliff Lee

The Red Sox don’t want to give up Blake Swihart or Mookie Betts, and neither should be necessary for Lee.
Those Cole Hamels to the Red Sox trade rumors aren’t dead, but they’re at least going to rest until mid-season. Boston won’t give up catching prospect Blake Swihart or outfielder and second baseman Mookie Betts in order to get Hamels, and, as the Phillies should do, they are refusing to give up Hamels without getting one of them. The two sides will likely keep in touch, maybe revisiting things in July when one side or the other is a little more desperate to get something done, but they should forget all of that and change targets. The Phillies have another starting pitcher they could trade to the Red Sox, and he would make a whole lot more sense for what the Sox need and what they are willing to give up.
Cliff Lee threw just 81 innings in 2014 thanks to two separate stints on the 60-day disabled list because of his forearm and elbow, but historically he’s been a reliable, healthy arm. Lee had averaged 222 innings per year from 2008 through 2013, all while sporting a 140 ERA+ while leading the league in walk and strikeout-to-walk ratio on multiple occasions. He’ll be 36 in 2015 and has a $25 million price tag for the season, but if he proves healthy this spring — and early reports are that he’s feeling and looking good — then there is little reason to worry about his elbow. Or, rather, Lee’s upside is high enough, and the risks low enough, that gambling on his elbow holding up for the season is worth it for the ace-less Sox, especially since they are already over the luxury tax threshold for this season.
Part of the appeal is because if Lee isn’t healthy and ends up missing time in 2015, his contract is over. He has a $27.5 million vesting option for 2016, but it requires him to not be on the disabled list with an elbow or shoulder injury at the end of this season, and also for him to have thrown 200 innings in 2015. If Lee does get to 200 innings, then $27.5 million for 2016 isn’t a commitment that should scare away the Red Sox: they will have the payroll space to cover it while staying under the luxury tax threshold thanks to a few departing free agents. If they decide to re-sign Mike Napoli or extend Rick Porcello or make a number of other potential moves that could change that, they could always just deal with the luxury tax one more time in the spirit of having Cliff Lee at the front of their rotation, or attempt to rework Lee’s deal in order to lower the AAV for Boston in exchange for more guaranteed money for the then 37-year-old Lee.
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There is a $12.5 million buyout on the vesting option, should the Sox decide they don’t want Lee around for 2016 — maybe he gets to 200 innings but they are just average ones, for instance — but it won’t affect them from a luxury tax perspective. That figure is already worked into the average annual value of the deal, so while the Red Sox would spend $12.5 million in real money to make Lee disappear after 2015, it wouldn’t count as a $12.5 million towards the luxury tax threshold since it’s already been accounted for in the previous years of the deal.
Ruben Amaro didn’t heed his assistant’s advice in the Cole Hamels’ negotiations, but he might for Lee
So, Lee is guaranteed $37.5 million, and has a chance to make $52.5 million over two years. That’s a huge amount of money, but it’s worth the risk for a pitcher of Lee’s ability, especially since the Red Sox just don’t have someone with the same combination of elite performance and work rate. The recent elbow trouble won’t come up all that much in negotiations if he looks good this spring — or if the Sox wait until mid-season to get him after months of healthy pitching — but it’s going to be just enough of a factor to keep the Phillies from asking for someone like Swihart or Betts in return. That’s good news for the Sox, and can still be good news for the Phillies, as there other Red Sox prospects that they like in the system even if they aren’t at the level of those two.
Former Phillies’ manager and current assistant to the general manager Charlie Manuel is a fan of third baseman Garin Cecchini, and believes he’s a “rising star“. Ruben Amaro didn’t heed his assistant’s advice in the Hamels’ negotiations, but he might for Lee, who, thanks to his elbow and the shorter nature of his deal, is more of a risk to hold on to than Hamels is. The Phillies have previously performed background work on right hander Matt Barnes and backstop Christian Vazquez, and while the Sox are probably loathe to deal Vazquez while Swihart is still in the minors, that could change by July.

The Red Sox also have shortstop Deven Marrero, whose plus glove is big-league ready right now even if his bat has to solve Triple-A still. It would be disappointing to part with center fielder Jackie Bradley Jr. and his tremendous defense, but if the Phillies want to take a shot on his bat developing in exchange for Lee, the Sox have to make that deal: they need a front line starter much more than they need another promising young outfielder, and Bradley has his own risks that make holding on too long a problem. Boston already tried to move infielder Sean Coyle to the Phillies in exchange for reliever Antonio Bastardo, and while that didn’t work, the diminutive yet powerful Coyle as part of a larger package might entice Philly.
Lefty pitchers like Brian Johnson and Edwin Escobar are not going to replace Lee in Philadelphia, but six-to-seven years of either future back-end starter might be more appealing to Amaro than four years of maybe starter, maybe swing man Joe Kelly. Maybe the Phillies would be intrigued by taking a chance on a low-level positional prospect or two alongside someone like Cecchini, such as Wendell Rijo or Javier Guerra. Maybe the Sox add another prospect to the pile if the Phillies kick in some money, as they were willing to do for a Lee deal last July. The point is that the Sox have plenty for the Phillies to shop for, if they’re inclined to hit up the B-prospect aisle, and should be willing to give up any of them to acquire Lee.
None of these prospects have the kind of shine to them that Swiharts and Betts do, but Lee is not in the same class as Hamels at this stage of his career. He might be just as productive over the next two seasons, if not more, but between his elbow maybe having the Phillies in more of a rush to move him and the shorter nature of his deal, they aren’t equally valued trade pieces. If the Sox want to trade quantity over quality, then Lee should be the target. They have the pieces, the Phillies won’t take the public relations hit for accepting that kind of deal for Lee as they would for Hamels, and both sides have a need the other can rectify with a phone call. Whether it’s now or it’s this summer, Cliff Lee is the pitcher the Red Sox should be targeting.

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https://plus.google.com/111033883022116805054 Dan Shaver : Phillies: Cole Hamels told USA Today Sports "I just want to win .. I know it's not going to happen here...
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Despite Yoan Moncada, Red Sox trade for Cole Hamels unlikely
The Red Sox farm system may be that much deeper now, but that doesn't mean they're more inclined to empty it for the Phillies' ace.
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St. Louis Cardinals RUMORS: Cole Hamels, Cliff Lee Eyed in Trade With Adam Wainwright Leaving Spring Training?
Adam Wainwright's offseason woes continue. After undergoing elbow surgery in October, the right-hander left spring training today to be examined for abdominal pain. Will the Cardinals now ramp up efforts to land another elite starting pitcher in a trade?
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https://plus.google.com/108257395485572574555 Serguei Tchepik : Despite Yoan Moncada, Red Sox trade for Cole Hamels unlikely The Red Sox farm system may be that much...
Despite Yoan Moncada, Red Sox trade for Cole Hamels unlikely
The Red Sox farm system may be that much deeper now, but that doesn't mean they're more inclined to empty it for the Phillies' ace.
With the Red Sox signing Yoan Moncada to a $31.5 million deal Monday morning, some have speculated that the team might be more willing to part with prospects in a trade for Cole Hamels. Kind of a lot of people, in fact:

Prospects are now more expendable RT @jonjohnsonwip Red Sox signing Moncada is great news for a possible Cole Hamels trade.
— Joe Giglio (@JoeGiglioSports) February 23, 2015


Yoan Moncada signing allows Red Sox to more easily part with prospects for Cole Hamels http://t.co/4ji0XCIsV1 pic.twitter.com/CgNSZ99xvU
— CBS Sports MLB (@CBSSportsMLB) February 23, 2015




May not necessarily be the case, but landing Moncada could make easier for the #RedSox to part with a better prospect to obtain Hamels.
— Pete Abraham (@PeteAbe) February 23, 2015



And they're right, absolutely. A Hamels trade is more likely today than it was yesterday, and it's because the Red Sox have added a top prospect to their system without adding to their payroll, at least not as it counts against the luxury tax threshold.
It's still probably not going to happen.
The problem with a Hamels deal has never been about quantity, but quality. The Sox would likely be glad to give away a significant package of prospects. They'd likely even be glad to headline it with a player like Henry Owens or Eduardo Rodriguez. This is a team with a list of quality prospects as long as any other team in the game, and with enough money that they really don't need a significant volume of players making league minimum on their 25-man roster.
For the Red Sox, the farm system does help keep payroll down and allow them to open their wallets for the biggest free agents. But more and more these days it's about finding the type of player who is difficult to acquire in free agency for anything but the highest price. For the Red Sox, back-end starters and average position players are worth far less in volume than they would be to low-budget teams. They would likely trade away most of their top-20 prospects if it meant holding on to the truly premium guys at the top.


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Unfortunately, when it comes to a Cole Hamels trade, it's exactly those top talents the Phillies are interested in. They want a Mookie Betts or a Blake Swihart, not a pick-six of players like Garin Cecchini, Matt Barnes, and Brian Johnson.
First off, Mookie Betts should be (and by all reports is) completely off the table. If the Red Sox are trading for Cole Hamels, it's because they have a need for front-line pitching now, in 2015. Hamels would be around for a while past that, granted, but the Red Sox will also have a much better idea of their current crop's talents, as well as another crack at a new free agent market before 2016 rolls around. The big allure of Hamels over those possibilities is that he's as close as they're going to get to a sure-thing ace in 2015.






So if the real point of jumping on a Hamels deal now is to improve the 2015 team...why on Earth would they trade away Mookie Betts, who is expected to be a significant contributor to that same team? Granted, Betts' expected value in 2015 is not as high as Hamels'. Betts could well struggle in his first full season in much the same way Xander Bogaerts did last year, and until he's proven himself over the course of a full season, it's silly to project him to produce at anywhere near Hamels' level.
Still, if the Red Sox are giving away cheap talent for expensive talent, it's because they're putting a focus on winning now. Paying a price in both major league productivity and long-term efficiency splits that focus, diminishing the immediate returns while still making significant future sacrifices. To make a long story short: no half measures.
Alright, so Mookie is out. What about Swihart? Surely with Moncada in the mix the Red Sox are more willing to part with their other top prospect. Sans Swihart, plus Moncada, their system would be every bit as good tomorrow as it was yesterday, and Cole Hamels would be starting on Opening Day.
The arrival of Moncada does make Swihart ever so slightly more expendable, but he doesn't really move the needle a significant amount. If this weren't Blake Swihart, but Tyler Glasnow (ranked one spot above Swihart in Baseball America's top 100), the Red Sox might well pull the trigger. But Swihart is a catcher, and that makes all the difference in the world. It's one of the hardest positions to find talent at, one of the riskiest positions to commit money to in free agency, and to top it off, it's a position the Red Sox have been struggling at since Jason Varitek's decline. Sure, they had Victor Martinez pretending to play the position in his years as Boston's second DH. Ditto Jarrod Saltalamacchia, who nearly threw the 2013 World Series away in one of his worst moments with the team.
But as far as actual catchers are concerned? The type who is as big a contributor behind the plate as at it? They've had nothing like that for about seven years now. Blake Swihart can be that guy--the kind they'll never, ever sign in free agency for fear of a Mauer or a McCann. In fact, if they could, I bet the Red Sox would trade Moncada before they would trade Swihart, even if most evaluators seem to give Moncada the edge in the rankings. He's no sure thing, but what he has the potential to be is nigh irreplaceable.
If Moncada has really changed the story on this trade saga, the Phillies are going to have to come down from their stance of "Betts, Swihart, or bust". The Red Sox likely are more willing now to make that big package deal for Hamels headlined by an Owens or a Rodriguez. They might well be willing to add one more name than they would have before the Moncada signing.
For now, though, that doesn't really matter. It doesn't bridge the gap that's kept the Red Sox and Phillies apart this whole time. The Red Sox aren't likely to budge on Swihart or Betts because of Moncada, and the Phillies have no new reason to budge on their demands before at least July, if even then. Barring a surprise change of heart, this still isn't happening.
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Yoan Moncada signing allows Red Sox to part with prospects for Cole Hamels
The Red Sox have signed Cuban infielder Yoan Moncada. That allows them to more easily part with top prospects for Cole Hamels.
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Yoan Moncada signing allows Red Sox to part with prospects for Cole Hamels
The Red Sox have signed Cuban infielder Yoan Moncada. That allows them to more easily part with top prospects for Cole Hamels.
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Yoan Moncada reportedly signs with ‪#‎RedSox‬ for $30m. I guess Mookie Betts or Xander Bogaerts is traded to the ‪#‎Phillies‬ for Cole Hamels soon.
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Cole Hamels Open to Being Traded, Would Be ‘All Ears’ in Considering Red Sox

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Cole Hamels Open to Being Traded, Would Be ‘All Ears’ in Considering Red Sox
Cole Hamels has reported to Philadelphia Phillies camp for Spring Training, but the saga of where he will actually end up pitching continues to unfold.
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Philadelphia Phillies pitcher Cole Hamels did little Saturday to clear up comments he recently made regarding his eagerness to begin the season with a team in a rebuilding mode. http://6abc.cm/1wdF4cr

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Darts & Laurels: Pitchers and catchers mean spring is coming soon

A look at the week that was, the issues and people who made headlines, and a few darts and laurels for those who deserve them. DART: To Mother Nature. Winter is one thing; this is something else altogether. We set a record low Friday morning of 0 degrees. We also are expected to hit a record low this morning. Let’s all blame Punxsutawney Phil LAUREL: To the two best words of winter: Pitchers and catchers. If the Phillies are in Clearwater, spring can’t be far behind. Now if we could just get Cole Hamels to shut up. #AD_text{ font-size: 11px; color: #999999; } (function() { var secondaryMedia = $(“#secondary-media”).css(‘height’); var factbox = $(“#factbox”).css(‘height’); var internalContent = parseInt(secondaryMedia + factbox); if((internalContent LAUREL: To our “It Can Wait” contest. Local students are telling us why it’s important to put the phone down while they are driving. The statistics tell us it’s a message that needs to be delivered. DART: To more heartbreak caused by driving under the influence. A Media man now faces two counts of homicide by vehicle while driving under the influence in connection with a horrific crash on Route 100 in Chester County last weekend. And a Downingtown family has been torn apart, with two siblings having their promising young lives snuffed out in an instant. LAUREL: To word that Philadelphia police will be joining those in Delco in being armed with Narcan. The drug can reverse the effects of a heroin overdose. It’s already saving lives here, soon it will be doing likewise in Philly. DART: To the notion that a young man could lose his life because someone wanted his expensive headphones. Christian Massey, a Marple Newtown grad, was known as a “Gentle Giant,” but he met a violent end when he was shot by a man intent on stealing the Beats by Dre headphones he had bought for himself just the day before. LAUREL: To the Marple Newtown community for the way they rallied around the legacy of one of their own. Massey had special needs, but he found equally special acceptance at Marple Newtown. LAUREL: To Father Ben Wallis. He put a different spin on Ash Wednesday this year with his “Ashes To Go” event at the Shadeland Avenue Trolley stop in Upper Darby. He placed ashes on the foreheads of busy commuters. DART: To former Marcus Hook Mayor James “Jay” Schiliro. He’s in trouble again. Having already been convicted of firing a gun in an attempt to intimidate a young man, now police say he is facing theft charges over a withdrawal of $3,000 from a bank account of the Knights of Columbus. LAUREL: To local guy Joe Clancy. The Havertown native will have the interim taken off of his title with the Secret Service. President Obama is making him the permanent boss. DART: To the dangerous situation out in West Virginia, where fires continue to smolder in the aftermath of several train loaded with crude oil derailed. The thought that very similar train cars loaded with oil will soon be rolling through Delco is now comforting in the least. DART: To Chester Magisterial District Judge Wilden Davis. He allowed a man charged in a kidnapping and vicious attack to go free on unsecured bail. The suspect also has an 18-page rap sheet with convictions for drug possession and firearms violations. LAUREL: To Chester Police Commissioner Joe Bail. He was not reticent in criticizing the move. “He could care less. He put this guy back out on the street and jeopardized the community,” Bail said. Davis declined comment. DART: To Rob McCord. The guy who a lot of people thought would make a good governor pleaded guilty this week to two counts of extortion for basically shaking down those doing business with the state for campaign donations. McCord’s message was pretty simple: If you want to dance, you have to pay the band. Now he’s the one who will pay the price. LAUREL: To Gov. Tom Wolf, for the early actions he’s taken in his administration to avoid just such ethical landmines, including a ban on anyone in his administration accepting gifts. Now it’s time for the state Legislature to do likewise. LAUREL: To some new crime numbers that show many classifications of violence crime in Chester are actually declining. Is the city safer? That depends on who you ask. DART: To the one area that continues to be a sore point. The city set a record for homicides last year when 30 people were killed on city streets. They have recorded three so far in 2015. That needs to change before people will consider the city safe. LAUREL: To something of a building boom out in Middletown. Soon the wrecking ball will bring down most of the existing Granite Run Mall, with the exception of two anchor stores in Sears and Boscov’s. It will be replaced with a town center mix of retail and residential. And also word that just down the road, Penn State Brandywine will construct the first dorm in the campus’ history. DART: To the potential development of another pristine tract in the western end of the county in Concord. A huge crowd is expected at a meeting Monday night at which the commissioners are expected to offer thumb’s up or down on the development known as Vineyard Commons, 230 acres in the Beaver Valley. LAUREL: To Hannah Maier of Prospect Park. The Prospect Park girl is winning national plaudits for her anti-bullying campaign. She has been selected as the winner of the Prudential Spirit of Community Awards for Pa. middle school students. Good for her. DART: To the fact that bullying among young people continues to be a bigger and bigger problem. In particular young people are now using social media and online outlets to cyber bully those they decide to target. It needs to stop. LAUREL: To some good news for Crozer Keystone Health System and its many patients. The health system reached a new accord for unionized nurses at Taylor Hospital. DART: Now there needs to be a similar agreement in place with the nurses at Crozer-Chester Medical Center. Talks are ongoing. LAUREL: To Widener President Dr. James Harris. In 13 years at the Chester institution, he has reinvented the school and campus and turned it into a national powerhouse. DART: To the huge hole that will be very difficult to fill. Dr. Harris will leave Widener this summer for a similar post at the University of San Diego. We’re guessing he will enjoy his winters a bit more out there. He will be missed. Source: http://www.delcotimes.com/
Darts & Laurels: Pitchers and catchers mean spring is coming soon

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