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Published: Thu, 26 Dec 2013 17:00:56 GMT
Get out the brooms
Inquirer columnist Jim Salisbury breaks down the Phillies' four-game sweep of the Mets.
On Baseball | A scolding over salaries
Kansas City Royals owner David Glass provided a sneak peek into the recent baseball owners meetings when he spoke with reporters at a team luncheon last week.
Jim Salisbury | For Dunphy, it's about the game
Fran Dunphy didn't want it to be all about him, and in the end it wasn't. Temple and Penn played a terrific basketball game last night, one that reminded you once again just how special the Big Five is, one that left you wondering why the Palestra wasn't sold out.
Jim Salisbury | In it to win it: The team gambles on the second baseman's yearning for a title.
Some pro athletes are in it for the money and others for the championships.
You usually can tell the ones in it for the money. As soon as they get it, they lose a little of their drive, a little of their edge, a little of the competitive spirit that helped them become professional athletes in the first place. They start shrugging after losses and 0 for 4s and saying "Whatever."