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  • Mo'ne Davis, Taney Dragons honored by Phillies

    PHILADELPHIA — The Taney Dragons didn't win the Little League World Series but they are still being treated like champions. Six days after the Philadelphia team's run ended one game shy of the U.S. final with a 6-5 loss to Chicago they were...
  • Kendrick shaky early but gets support as Phils top Cards

    Kendrick shaky early but gets support as Phils top Cards
    PHILADELPHIA — Kyle Kendrick is a little over a month away from becoming a free agent and with each rough outing, his payday continues to shrink. Before Friday night's game, Phillies manager Ryne Sandberg left open the possibility of free agency...
  • Burnett talking retirement but Phillies need him to get better and change his mind

    Burnett talking retirement but Phillies need him to get better and change his mind
    After Tuesday night's 5-2 loss to the Seattle Mariners, A.J. Burnett walked to the middle of the Phillies clubhouse at Citizens Bank Park as he does after each home start. However, this time, the mood was quite somber. It took a few seconds for the...
  • Ice Bucket Challenge puts Allen and Dieruff kids on the same team to battle ALS

    Ice Bucket Challenge puts Allen and Dieruff kids on the same team to battle ALS
    Too much of a good thing? Absolutely not when it comes to the ALS "Ice Bucket Challenge," which as of Thursday had raised $41.8 million since July 29 compared to $2.1 million over the same period last year. I completed my "challenge" on Sunday...
  • Phillies' bullpen shining again

    Phillies' bullpen shining again
    PHILADELPHIA — The Phillies' bullpen has been on a roller coaster this year, having its fair share of peaks and valleys. Right now it's at the top of its game again, posting a 1.91 ERA in 15 games since Aug. 5. Its most recent performance...
  • Former IronPig Asche ties and wins it for the Phillies

    Former IronPig Asche ties and wins it for the Phillies
    SAN FRANCISCO — Cody Asche belted a game-tying two-run homer in the eighth inning and scored the go-ahead run in the 10th as visiting Philadelphia edged San Francisco in the opener of a three-game series. Javier Lopez loaded the bases by walking...
  • Where did Recker's home run against the Phillies end up? With his high school coach.

    Where did Recker's home run against the Phillies end up? With his high school coach.
    It was one of the biggest home runs of Anthony Recker's career -- a three-run, 423-foot blast that helped the Mets defeat the Phillies 5-3 on Monday at Citizens Bank Park. And where did the ball from Recker's big shot end up? With his former...
  • Bullpen turning things around after recent struggles

    PHILADELPHIA — The Phillies walked-off with a 2-1 win in 15 innings early Wednesday morning and there's no way that would have been possible without their bullpen. After more struggles recently, the bullpen rebounded in a big way, throwing eight...
  • 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...
  • Phillies rally past Astros on Howard's slam

    Phillies rally past Astros on Howard's slam
    PHILADELPHIA — When Sean O'Sullivan woke up Thursday morning, he was a Lehigh Valley IronPig in Toledo, Ohio. At 7:05 p.m., he trotted out on the field at Citizens Bank Park wearing a Phillies jersey. Less than six hours before, as he was...
  • 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...