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Lenny Dykstra’s Unsolicited Advice to College Graduates: Work

Former Phillies centerfielder Lenny Dykstra fancies himself an erudite man. Don’t ask us how, but somewhere along the way Nails got the impression that people […]

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Former Phillies Catcher Carlos Ruiz Pitched for Seattle Last Night!

Is there anything former Phillies catcher Carlos Ruiz can’t do on a baseball diamond? The 38-year-old Panamanian began his career as a second baseman before […]

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The Best Thing That Happened This Week: The Phillies Got Streaky

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Turkey Hill Sorta Kinda Discontinued Phillies Graham Slam Ice Cream

Have you noticed that supermarkets in the area haven’t been carrying the absolutely phenomenal Phillies Graham Slam ice cream lately? (Turkey Hill dropped the official […]

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The Phillies Will Wear 1980s Throwbacks Twice in July

The Phillies will wear 1980s throwback uniforms twice next month – at home against San Diego on July 7th and 9th as well as on […]

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Mike Schmidt Called Odubel Herrera to Apologize for His Comments

After causing a bit of a stir on Tuesday with his comments on the airwaves of WIP, Mike Schmidt called Odubel Herrera to apologize for […]

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Mike Schmidt Says Phillies Can’t Build a Team Around a Spanish-Speaking Player

As arguably the greatest Phillie of all time, Mike Schmidt’s opinion on the current state of the franchise is so valued that the team allows […]

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Is It Time for Larry Bowa to Manage the Phillies Again?

What’s the one thing everybody seems to say about Phillies manager Pete Mackanin? Oh right, he’s a nice guy. How could I forget? That’s great […]

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The Phillie Phanatic Will Haunt This Adorable Baby’s Nightmares Forever

For most kids, the Phillie Phanatic is a cherished piece of the Philadelphia baseball experience. The fuzzy green mascot shoots hot dogs out of a […]

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The Phillies’ Latino Uprising

For teenage big-league hopefuls at the brand-new baseball academy the Phillies opened (with the Minnesota Twins) in the Dominican Republic this January, the box score […]

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Should We Encourage the Idea of Cole Hamels Returning to Phils?

The Texas Rangers completed their sweep of the Phillies on Thursday afternoon, but our old friend Cole Hamels wasn’t the one silencing our bats — […]

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The Best Thing That Happened This Week: The Awakening of Aaron Altherr

Some weeks are so full of hope and wonder that we have a hard time choosing amongst all the Best Things That Happen. Then there […]

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Lovable Former Phillie Carlos Ruiz Gets Hero’s Welcome in Return to Philly

Carlos Ruiz — affectionately known around these parts as “Chooch” — was given the hero’s welcome that he deserved Tuesday night as the longtime Phillies catcher […]

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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 […]