Ryan Howard Joins Radnor-based Venture Capital Firm As New Partner

Fresh off his release by the Atlanta Braves organization, SeventySix Capital has announced that former Phillies first baseman Ryan Howard has signed on to join […]

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The Phillies Were the Most Profitable MLB Team in 2016

Believe it or not, the Phillies made more money than any other Major League Baseball team in 2016 despite a lousy fourth-place finish in the […]

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Pete Rose Named to Phillies Wall of Fame

The Phillies announced on Monday that Pete Rose will be honored on August 12th as the 39th inductee into the franchise’s Wall of Fame, in […]

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Mark Your Calendar: Phillies Yoga Day to Return to Citizens Bank Park 

Downward-dogging Phillies fans, rejoice! Phillies Yoga Day, which went down for the first time at Citizens Bank Park last year (after being rescheduled due to […]


Monday Morning TL;DR: Spaghetti Donuts Now Exist on Planet Earth

Happy Monday, everyone. This week we’ve got news from the frontiers of artificial intelligence, another thing shaped like a donut that isn’t a donut, another […]

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The Best Thing That Happened This Week: Brock Stassi Made the Big Leagues

We live in a world of insta-success these days. A single tweet, a viral video, and you (or you, or I) can be the Next […]

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One of Us: John Kruk

My name is … John Martin Kruk. I was named after my grandfather. I grew up … mostly in West Virginia, in a tiny town. […]

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Roy Halladay Might Be Returning to the Phillies (to Coach)

Roy Halladay could be coming back to the Phillies. No, the 2010 Cy Young winner and perfect-game-thrower won’t be returning to the mound. But longtime […]

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How Matt Klentak Plans to Rebuild the Phillies

Matt Klentak agrees to meet me at Citizens Bank Park at two o’clock on a bitterly cold January afternoon. I show up early and kill […]

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Can Baseball Be Saved?

Just as the Phils kick off spring training comes the earth-shattering news that Major League Baseball is tinkering with the very foundations of America’s Pastime. […]

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Kenney: Christie Is the Biggest Loser in the Country

In case you haven’t heard, yesterday on SportsRadio 94.1 WIP, New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie called Phillies fans “awful, angry people” and said that Citizens Bank Park […]

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The Phillies Have Opened Spring Training

It’s cold and overcast in Philadelphia today. But a thousand miles south in Clearwater, Florida, it’s in the 70s — and the Phillies have opened […]

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You’ll Be Able to Stream Phillies Games This Season

You’ll be able to watch the Phillies on the go this season. Today, Comcast SportsNet Philadelphia announced Phillies games would stream live on both […]

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Philly’s Biggest Losers of 2016

Now that the last shreds of wrapping paper have been vacuumed up and the good dishes are finally put away, we revisit our time-honored tradition […]

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Phillies Trade for Red Sox Pitcher Clay Buchholz

The Phillies made a move today, trading a low-level prospect for two-time All-Star pitcher Clay Buchholz. Second baseman Josh Tobias was sent to the Red […]