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By David A. Clarke Jr.
Blame Washington's intelligence failure, not lack of police
Topic - Ethan Martin
Shoulder injuries to Phillies pitchers is causing concern down in Clearwater, Fla.
Jose Bautista kept up his torrid start to the spring, hitting two doubles and driving in two runs Thursday that sent the Toronto Blue Jays over the Philadelphia Phillies 7-5.
On the day Cole Hamels announced he won't be ready for the season opener, the Philadelphia Phillies helped their ailing starting rotation.
A person familiar with the situation says the Philadelphia Phillies have traded two-time All-Star center fielder Shane Victorino to the Los Angeles Dodgers for two pitchers.
A fan unconcerned that the Philadelphia Phillies were playing in Washington walked around the team's ballpark Tuesday afternoon with a sign that read: "Will play outfield for food."
Shane Victorino will hear an unfamiliar sound at Chavez Ravine: cheers.
Baseball's haves picked up more players from the have-nots at Tuesday's trade deadline, when Ryan Dempster was dealt from the Chicago Cubs to the Texas Rangers and Shane Victorino, Hunter Pence and Jonathan Broxton all wound up on new teams.