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Philly’s Anderson Monarchs Taking Trip of a Lifetime

This summer, a group of Philly 13-year-olds — including phenom Mo’ne Davis — will board a nearly 70-year-old bus and embark on a three-week trip […]

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What They’re Saying About Cornelius Randolph

With the 10th pick in the 2015 #MLBDraft, the #Phillies select Griffin (Ga.) SS Cornelius Randolph. pic.twitter.com/LQubrqoA0L — Phillies (@Phillies) June 9, 2015 The surely-they’re-rebuilding-now […]

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Sunday Funday at Lo Spiedo

Today, Sunday, April 26, Lo Spiedo is hosting a Sunday Funday as the Phillies take on the Brewers. The restaurant, which is only a short walk from Citizen’s Bank Park, […]

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I Went to the Mets Opener in Phillies Gear — and I Wasn’t Even Heckled

I last attended a Mets game in New York in 2006. It was an 88-degree Saturday in August. A Jon Lieber error led to three […]

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Phillies Host Red Sox in 2015 Opener

We are done waiting ’till next year: It is next year. It’s Opening Day in Major League Baseball, and the Phillies start the season with […]

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Phillies Get a Lesson in Inclusivity at Spring Training Camp

When former professional baseball player Billy Bean was appointed Major League Baseball’s Ambassador for Inclusion last July, the Phillies were among the first teams to invite […]

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The Best Thing That Happened This Week

Okay, we know this team doesn’t look like much on paper. (Chad Billingsley? Really?) You know what, though? Neither did the Sixers back in October, […]

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Werth, Utley Compete to be “Face of MLB”

It’s been awhile since Jayson Werth and his beautiful, beautiful beard belonged to Philadelphia — his was one high-priced contract for a World Series vet […]

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Dick Allen Misses Baseball Hall of Fame by 1 Vote

Former Philadelphia Phillie Dick Allen missed making the Baseball Hall of Fame by one vote. The 16-member Golden Era committee considered 10 candidates, none of […]

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Philly-Trained Opera Star Joyce DiDonato Leads Poll On Who Should Sing National Anthem at World Series

Move over, American Idol, there’s a new diva in town who the nation wants to hear sing the National Anthem at this year’s World Series. And, yeah, […]

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Five Great Philly Artifacts in the Baseball Hall of Fame

Mo’ne Davis appears at the National Baseball Hall of Fame today to donate they jersey she wore when she pitched a shutout at the Little […]

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14 Things to Do in Philly This Weekend: Sips at Dilworth Park, Vintage Baseball, Great Philadelphia Craft Beer Crawl, and More

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Delco Team Wins the Babe Ruth World Series

Champs! The Delco Daily Times reports: Broomall-Newtown capitalized on 11 walks, seven errors, three wild pitches and one hit batter to win the Babe Ruth […]

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Delco Youth Baseball Team Plays for National Championship Tonight

It’s a heck of a year for youth baseball in Southeastern Pennsylvania. We all know how Philly’s Taney Dragons made it to the Little League […]

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The Best Social Media Pics From the Taney Dragons Parade

As scheduled, the Taney Dragons got their parade Wednesday for representing Philly so well in the Little League World Series: https://twitter.com/nikkiiid00/status/504698062221344768