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Missanelli: This Year’s Phillies Will Stink — but in a Refreshing Kind of Way

Phillies spring training has begun and for the first time in many years, it has a different feel. It’s like the opening of a new […]

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Dykstra Claims He Blackmailed Umps

Lenny Dykstra, the spark plug of the 1993 Phillies team that went to the World Series, told radio host Colin Cowherd this week that he […]

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Cole Hamels Loses Deciding Game for Texas (But It Wasn’t His Fault)

It was one of the strangest seventh innings of a baseball game you’ll ever see. It ended with a former Phillies pitcher allowing the winning […]

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Utley Suspended for Controversial Slide

Good morning, Philadelphia. Here’s what you need to know today: The Dodgers’ Chase Utley has been suspended two games for a controversial slide that broke […]

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First Prospect from Hamels Trade to Make Phillies Debut

The Phillies will are about to put to the test one of the prospects they received in the Cole Hamels deal. Pitcher Jerad Eickhoff will make […]

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Maikel Franco Hits a Really, Really, Really Long Home Run in Arizona

Even when the Phillies lose big, rookie standout Maikel Franco wins himself attention. The Phillies were routed last night in Arizona, losing 13-3 to the […]

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Meet the New Phillies Prospects

Last week, just ahead of the July 31st Major League Baseball trade deadline, the Phillies made some moves to shore up their farm system. The […]

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Haverford College’s “Unlikely Pipeline” to Major League Baseball

When you think baseball, you think … Haverford College, right? That tiny little Quaker liberal arts bastion out on the Main Line? Well, it turns out […]

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Phillies Push Back Cole Hamels’ Next Start

Rumors about where Cole Hamels might end up are only intensifying as Friday’s 4 p.m. trade deadline approaches. Yesterday, we told you that the Rangers […]

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Today in Cole Hamels Trade Rumors

As the Major League Baseball trade deadline approaches on July 31st, there is increasing speculation among media and the fans as to which players will […]

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Have You Noticed? Phillies Playing Better (But Still Very Bad)

Seen through the eyes of a New York Mets fan (yep, I’m one of those), the Phillies owe the Mets some wins, wins they stole so […]

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Cole Hamels Throws a No-Hitter: Social Media Reaction

If that was the last time Cole Hamels pitched for the Phillies, it was a hell of a way to go out. The longtime Phillies […]

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What They’re Saying About Aaron Nola

He lost the game. But he gave up just one run. But that one run was a home run given up to the other team’s […]

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10 Things to Know About (Aaron) Nola

Tonight’s the night, Phillies fans. In what could be the best night for the Phillies in recent memory, their second-ranked prospect — and highest-ranked pitching […]

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WATCH: Mike Schmidt Passed on All-Time Home Runs List

Phillies legend and Hall-of-Fame third baseman Mike Schmidt has been knocked down a peg on the all-time home run leaderboard. By another legend and surefire future […]