Remember the Phillies. Remember in 2011, after Cliff Lee joined Roy Halladay, Cole Hamels and Roy Oswalt in a Super Friends rotation.
Cliff Lee has been a part of four different blockbuster trades, three of which he was the centerpiece of. The Cleveland Indians shipped Lee to the Philadelphia Phillies at the 2009 trade deadline before Philly flipped him to Seattle the following offseason. Show More Summary
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For once, the Indians don't need to immediately deal an ace they've discovered. Timing has almost always been an issue for the Indians' development of pitchers over the last few decades. Most of Charles Nagy's best years came beforeShow More Summary
The Philadelphia Phillies have been out of contention in the National League East for a large portion of the 2014 season, but their 2015 outlook improved Wednesday. Jim Salisbury of CSNPhilly.com reported that general manager Ruben Amaro Jr. Show More Summary
The Philadelphia Phillies received expected but disappointing news Wednesday regarding pitcher Cliff Lee. Todd Zolecki of MLB.com filled fans in on the details: It is not a surprise, but Cliff Lee’s season is finished. Lee’s locker inside...Show More Summary
The Philadelphia Phillies placed the left-hander Cliff Lee on the 15-day disabled list with an elbow strain Friday. Lee left in the third inning of Thursday night's win over Washington.
Philadelphia Phillies left-hander Cliff Lee had reached the point where he wasn’t thinking about the elbow injury that had sidelined him for two months this season.
Ben Revere tied a career-high with four hits and the Philadelphia Phillies defeated the Washington Nationals 10-4 on Thursday night despite starter Cliff Lee leaving in the third inning with an elbow injury.
It turns out those fears about Cliff Lee's elbow were a bit justified. The Philadelphia Phillies ace left Thursday night's game against the Washington Nationals with an apparent elbow injury, per ESPN's Buster Olney : Todd Zolecki of...Show More Summary
Philadelphia's lefty Cliff Lee took himself out of Thursday's game against the Nationals with what appears to be a serious elbow injury. If the reports and images from Nationals Park in Washington, D.C., are what they seem, the Phillies may be without Cliff Lee for the foreseeable future. Show More Summary
It's hard to say what happened—and speculating about injuries is the worst—but in the video here (not embeddable yet), Cliff lee is obviously upset and frustrated after throwing his 31st pitch of the game. In the third inning, with Denard...Show More Summary
In 2009, the Dodgers could have picked up Cliff Lee for a measly $10 million. They didn't; the Phillies did, and they went to the World Series.
The final week before Major League Baseball's July 31 nonwaiver trade deadline is a lot like the last hour of Titanic. Everyone is running around trying to find an answer for the immediate future, but no one has any definitive idea what...Show More Summary
With the second half of the MLB season in full swing, one huge date for every franchise is coming in just eight days. On July 31, the MLB trade deadline will arrive with several teams looking to make deals to build for the future. Some...Show More Summary
That sound of button-mashing you hear from every direction is 30 Major League Baseball general managers making phone calls to see if they will be able to consummate a deal that will put their team on the path to a World Series. Trade...Show More Summary
If there are no more questions, Cliff Lee would like to end this interview on a wet, crinkly note. After two months on the disabled list, the Philadelphia Phillies starter returned to the mound in uninspiring form on Monday night, chalking...Show More Summary
Cliff Lee is likely on his way out of Philadelphia by the end of this month. The trade rumors surrounding Lee are starting to heat up, thanks to his return to the mound on Monday night. Cliff was making his first start since May 18, and the rust was certainly evident and pretty predictable. What
Because you're eight years old, just like us. Cliff Lee is known for his excellent control. Say, about that... It looks like we have a new genre. This fits in beautifully with the Bud Black toot from a couple years ago. However, there were fart truthers with that one, and they claimed that the sound was Bud Black adjusting the microphone. Show More Summary
Following the Phillies’ 7-4 loss to the Giants on Monday night, Cliff Lee spoke with the media. After all, it was Lee’s first start in two months, and he’s a popular trade target leading up to the trade deadline at the end of the month. Once Lee concluded his chat with the media, he bid […]