Dallas Green reflects on baseball and family in new memoir

    As the Phillies continue to struggle, many wonder if the run of glory years that culminated in the 2008 World Series Championship is over.

     

     

    That year marked only the second time the oldest, continuous one-name one-city franchise team in American professional sports was crowned champion.

    The other championship was won in 1980 under the guidance of Manager Dallas Green. He recalled that year and more in his book, entitled “The Mouth that Roared: My Six Outspoken Decades in Baseball.”  Dallas Green spoke with NewsWorks Tonight Host Dave Heller.

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