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Jonathan Papelbon

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  • Mike Sielski: Phillies have a long way to go before trophy returns to Philadelphia

    Yankee Stadium. The visitors' clubhouse. Not long after midnight on Thursday, Nov. 5, 2009. The Phillies had just lost the World Series to the Yankees in six games, failing in their attempt to win back-to-back championships, and Ryan Howard, having struck...
  • Phillies stage wild rally to beat Nationals, 9-8, in 11 innings

    WASHINGTON Maikel Franco saw plenty of firsts in his second start with the Phillies. The prized third base prospect got his first hit, and was part of his first wild comeback effort. Ben Revere's two-out solo home run in the ninth inning sent the game...
  • Phillies get behind Hamels in 4-3 win

    Phillies get behind Hamels in 4-3 win PHILADELPHIA -- For Cole Hamels, Wednesday's game was a bit of poetic justice. For the Seattle Mariners, it was a head-scratcher. Hamels (7-6), a red-hot starter and common victim of poor run support, was off...
  • Searching ways to pick up the pace

    The topic is discussed inside clubhouses and dugouts across baseball, the clearest sign yet that Major League Baseball has a time problem. Players and coaches bemoan the current pace. Rob Manfred, the commissioner-elect, identified it as one of his...
  • Four Phillies pitchers combine for no-hitter

    ATLANTA A kid from West Chester lined Jonathan Papelbon's slider to first base. Darin Ruf snared it, Papelbon pumped his fist a few times, and four Phillies pitchers could bask in a strange moment. The Phillies celebrated the first combined no-hitter in...
  • Four Phillies pitchers combine to no-hit Braves

    Four Phillies pitchers combine to no-hit Braves
    ATLANTA -- In an otherwise forgettable season, Cole Hamels and three relief pitchers gave Philadelphia Phillies fans something to remember. Hamels struck out seven in six no-hit innings and the bullpen took it from there as the Phillies pitched a...
  • Dbacks rally to roll past Phils, 10-6, in 10 innings

    PHILADELPHIA Cliff Lee and Ryan Howard were back Saturday night at Citizens Bank Park, but it's difficult to say what their returns during the Philadelphia Phillies' fall-from-far-ahead, 10-6 loss to the Arizona Diamondbacks mean for their immediate...
  • Kendrick, Phillies settle down, then slip past Cardinals

    PHILADELPHIA Initially, it looked like the same old story, with Kyle Kendrick once again having the first inning blues, but the Phillies right-hander, who has had a miserable season before entering free agency, showed some true fight. There couldn't have...
  • Preview: Nationals at Phillies

    The Washington Nationals look to avoid their first three-game losing streak in two months when they visit the Philadelphia Phillies on Wednesday for the finale of their three-game series. Washington failed to extend its lead over second-place Atlanta in...
  • Phillies do just enough to slip past Nationals

    WASHINGTON Early in the season, the Phillies' challenge was finding an outfield that could collectively play at a respectable major-league level. Now the challenge is finding everybody at-bats. While Marlon Byrd has been solid in right field, center...
  • Jerome Williams sharp in start, Phillies beat Mariners, 4-1

    PHILADELPHIA Phillies right-hander Jerome Williams understood he was running out of chances, so he decided to put his trust in his new catcher. Following the lead of Carlos Ruiz has made a major difference for Williams, who made his second straight...