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  • Howard, Revere help Phillies rout Astros 10-3

    Howard, Revere help Phillies rout Astros 10-3
    PHILADELPHIA — After helping the Phillies win the first game of this series against the Houston Astros, knocking in both runs Philadelphia scored, Ryan Howard was asked about the faith his manager, Ryne Sandberg, has had keeping him in the clean...
  • Nola a winner in Double-A debut

    READING — Amid children slapping together their thunderstix, a grown man throwing freebies into the stands while riding a makeshift ostrich and the other distractions Wednesday night, Aaron Nola displayed solid mechanics and a better-looking curve....
  • Hamels, Byrd clamed off waivers; Papelbon clears

    Cole Hamels could be headed nowhere, but at least one team claimed the Philadelphia Phillies left-hander, opening the possibility of a trade before the Aug. 31 waiver trade deadline. Multiple outlets reported unidentified teams claimed Hamels and right...
  • Cliff Lee doesn't need surgery, just rest

    Cliff Lee doesn't need surgery, just rest
    It looked like Cliff Lee's season was done when he sustained a Grade 2 flexor pronator strain in Washington July 31 and a visit with orthopedist David Altchek in New York confirmed that thought. The news, however, is not as bad as it could be...
  • The Times' baseball rankings

    Bill Shaikin ranks the 30 teams. Last week’s ranking in parentheses, statistics are through Friday’s games: 1. OAKLAND: Jon Lester’s last 204 starts with Red Sox: one shutout. Lester’s first two starts with A’s: one...
  • Indians' Carrasco keeps Yankees at bay

    By Larry Fleisher, The Sports Xchange NEW YORK — In his previous incarnation as a starting pitcher, Carlos Carrasco often spent four days doing a lot of thinking about the opposing hitters. During his three-month stint as a reliever, Carrasco...
  • Gonzalez finally moving on up to IronPigs

    It is coming later rather than sooner, but Miguel Alfredo Gonzalez's progress through the Phillies system continues. The 27-year-old Cuban native, who signed a three-year, $12 million contract last August, was promoted Friday from Double-A Reading to...
  • Byrd's homer helps Phillies edge Nationals

    Byrd's homer helps Phillies edge Nationals
    WASHINGTON -- Whether they are competing against each other or feeding off one another, Philadelphia Phillies outfielders have risen to the occasion in the first two games of a series against the Washington Nationals. Right fielder Marlon Byrd, who...
  • IronPigs finally catch a good break, win third in a row

    IronPigs finally catch a good break, win third in a row
    Cam Perkins ran back to the left-field wall in an attempt to track down a Josmil Pinto fly ball in the top of the fifth inning of Friday night's game. The IronPigs outfielder didn't get there in time and the ball bounced off the middle of the wall where...
  • What will the 2015 Phillies Opening Day roster look like?

    What will the 2015 Phillies Opening Day roster look like?
    The Phillies are in last place in the National League East and by not making any moves at last week's non-waiver trade deadline, they pushed off a chance to begin rebuilding and perhaps hasten their return to the glory days of the mid- to late- 2000s....
  • IronPigs' Neris overcome with emotion after getting news of promotion

    IronPigs manager Dave Brundage called reliever Hector Neris into his office after Saturday's night's win over the Durham Bulls, then promptly took a shower. Neris was left to talk with pitching coach Ray Burris about mechanical things the two have been...