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Opinion: Cuddyer could be 'big piece' for Phillies' success in 2012

Suddenly, it looks as if the Philadelphia Phillies are the front-runners for the services of free-agent Twin Michael Cuddyer. As one writer put it: Phillies manager Charlie Manuel "has never had a player with as much experience at so many different positions."
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Suddenly, it looks as if the Philadelphia Phillies are the front-runners for the services of free-agent Twin Michael Cuddyer. As one writer put it: Phillies manager Charlie Manuel "has never had a player with as much experience at so many different positions."

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