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  • Halladay gets the win, but have we seen the last of him at CBP?

    Halladay gets the win, but have we seen the last of him at CBP?
    PHILADELPHIA — Roy Halladay has walked off the mound at Citizens Bank Park to deafening cheers and standing ovations. He's been pummeled by Carlos Ruiz in celebration of his no-hitter in the National League Division Series in 2010. And he's earned...
  • Revere making a name for himself in Philly

    PHILADELPHIA — For four games in late April, Ben Revere's name never appeared in a Phillies box score. Not as a starter. Not as a pinch hitter. Not even as a pinch runner. And he wasn't hurt. For all intents and purposes, the Phillies center...
  • Phillies have some horses down on the farm

    Phillies have some horses down on the farm
    They were two separate phone calls made with no warning to either individual. They had no way of knowing what they would be asked. Yet Joe Jordan and Steve Noworyta, who have more than 200 Philadelphia Phillies minor league players to keep track of,...
  • Ruiz on pace for career year

    Ruiz on pace for career year
    When it comes to deciding who's going to play where defensively, Phillies manager Charlie Manuel has loads of flexibility. Ty Wigginton can play first, second or third base. Laynce Nix can man left field or first. John Mayberry Jr. can go to any of the...
  • Manuel cautious in handling of Pence

    Manuel cautious in handling of Pence
    PHILADELPHIA — Even after 20 years as a manager in professional baseball, Charlie Manuel faces challenges beyond the Xs and Os. The handling of Hunter Pence is his latest. "He's different from any hitter I've ever had," the Phillies manager said....
  • The unexpected are leading the way for the Phillies

    PHILADELPHIA — The Phillies needed a power hitter and the pressure was on John Mayberry Jr. Freddy Galvis had the burden of being a rookie. And with Carlos Ruiz being the one main-stay in the bottom of the Phillies lineup, all eyes were on him,...
  • Sandberg ready to move up; will Phillies make room for him?

    Sandberg ready to move up; will Phillies make room for him?
    Growing up in pre-Rockies Colorado, Scott Elarton — like countless fans in non-major league markets in the pre-ESPN, pre-MLB Network era — got most of his baseball fix watching the Chicago Cubs on Superstation WGN. "I knew all the Cubs guys,"...
  • Plenty of questions as Phillies look toward 2013

    PHILADELPHIA — Charlie Manuel doesn't tire easily — unless you're talking about all the trips he made to the mound during the eighth inning of Friday's game, when he needed four pitchers to get three outs. That's something he wants to avoid...
  • Where are they now?

    PHILADELPHIA — Front office staffers in charge of amateur scouting and player development, such as Marti Wolever and Joe Jordan, spend more time sleeping in hotels than their own bedrooms. Scouts find themselves in uncomfortable ball park seats...
  • Phillies have stunk and here's why

    Phillies have stunk and here's why
    PHILADELPHIA — Fewer people are showing up for games, although the sellout streak is still technically intact. Sports talk radio shows are flooded with callers complaining about the lack of run production. And the time the general manager spends...
  • Ruiz deserves Phils efforts, fans vote

    Ruiz deserves Phils efforts, fans vote
    PHILADELPHIA — The Phillies finally amped up their campaign last week to get Carlos Ruiz to next month'sAll-Star game. As part of their pre-game, clubhouse attire, players wore "Vote Chooch" shirts. Roy Halladay sported the shirt when played...