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Jayson Stark
Free-agent reliever Brad Lidge has informed his agents, Rex Gary & Jim Turner, that he plans to retire. One of the all-time class acts.
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No-No 2 Dec 12
Of course you'd say that. After all, he IS a former Philly.
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Ryan Murray 2 Dec 12
Brad Lidge Appreciation Night will be GLORIOUS at CBP this year!
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Kevin Shockey 2 Dec 12
Thanks for 2008, Brad. Your perfect season was a joy to watch MT Brad Lidge has informed his agents that he plans to retire.
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KratosKilla 2 Dec 12
I wish him the best. Great player
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Spencer Chorney 2 Dec 12
will he sign a one day contract with the Phillies??
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MJC II 2 Dec 12
and the ball pujols hit in the 05 NLCS has finally landed
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Andy Shaw 2 Dec 12
And he'll always have a special place in the hearts of Phillies fans.
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Matt Hanson 2 Dec 12
Pujols will be sad
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Steve Cianciola 2 Dec 12
will retire as a Phillie?
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Steve Zimmerman 2 Dec 12
Will always be looked at as a legend in Philly...
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Michael Nocella 2 Dec 12
2008, one of the best reliever seasons of all time!!!!!
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tahhn-yuh 2 Dec 12
Um, can he come back to retire in a uniform? He is 's #67 after all.
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Joseph Ruscavage 2 Dec 12
no one can ever have a better season than he did in 08, too bad he couldn't stay healthy
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Brett M 2 Dec 12
Philadelphia will always love him
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Bret Holden 2 Dec 12
will never forget 2008! 48 for 48
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Zackery Vile 2 Dec 12
absolutely lidge is a class act guy. Also gave me my only championship in my lifetime for the phillies. Perfect in 2008
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T Biebs 2 Dec 12
what is the word on Kurt Coleman retirement? #42
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Ray 2 Dec 12
thx for 2008!
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