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... years. In 2012, he broke it while making a diving catch of a liner off the bat of then-Phillies infielder Placido Polanco and missed 12 weeks. Bill Ladson is a reporter for MLB.com and writes an MLBlog, All Nats All the Time . He also can be found ... Comment?
... so throwing him out there midseason could be a challenge. But it has happened before. The Phillies moved Placido Polanco to the outfield in 2005 after he spent his entire career in the infield. They did the same in 2013 with infielder Freddy Galvis ... Comment?
... Central and still in the doghouse. Offensively, the team had some good hitters, getting great seasons from Placido Polanco , Pudge Rodriguez, Brandon Inge , and Carlos Guillen . However, the starting rotation was flaming dog poop. Of the pitchers ... Comment?
... was eight years old, how was I supposed to know the "H" was silent? (My mom likes to make fun of me because Placido Polanco wasn't the easiest name for a kid to pronounce either.) I was fortunate. Born in 1995, I didn't exactly understand what I was ... Comment?
... the Tigers sent closer Ugueth Urbina and utility infielder Ramon Martinez to the Phillies for second baseman Placido Polanco . With the younger and cheaper Chase Utley emerging as a superior player, the Phillies had no use for the 29 year old ... Comment?
... centered mostly on having Chase Utley , Jimmy Rollins , Ryan Howard, Shane Victorino , and Jayson Werth ; Placido Polanco was hot for a while, Raul Ibanez had a couple of real hard hit balls. You know. Young sluggers at their most fertile and ... Comment?
An important cog in the Philadelphia Phillies lineup for 7 of the 11 seasons between 2002-2012, Placido Polanco can nonetheless be considered the hard-luck player in the Phillies decade of winning excellence to open the 21st century. His two stints as a starter with the ball club, first in the early part of the decade when he was mostly used as the starting 2nd baseman, and then at the end as the starting 3rd baseman, sandwiched the 2008 World Series victory, of which he was not a part. Comment?
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