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  • The roster is final

     
    The Phillies finalized their Opening Day roster. It features lots of veterans, some younger players and one very, very new face. The 25-man roster includes 12 pitchers, two catchers, six infielders and five outfielders. Pitchers: Right-handers Mike Adams,...
  • Two radio appearances coming up

     
    I'll be hopping on the radio twice today to talk Phillies, Jonathan Papelbon and Roy Halladay. Around 5:15 p.m. or 5:30 p.m., I will be on 97.5 The Fanatic. And then at 6 p.m., I'm going on MLB Radio Network.......
  • Manuel gives some credit to Dom Brown

     
    Some notes and stats to take in.... Kyle Kendrick's nine-game winning streak over the Marlins is tied for the second-longest active winning streak against one team in the majors (Roy Halladay's 10-game winning streak over the Orioles is the longest).........
  • Michael Young talks about his time away from the team

     
    Michael Young is back from bereavement leave/family medical emergency list, but he’s not in today’s starting line-up. Freddy Galvis is starting at third base and hitting eighth. Young said he got a phone call about a half hour before last........
  • Dubee praises Rosenberg, owner of a 10-game scoreless streak

     
    With all the issues the Phillies bullpen has had this season, there are certainly openings for the pitchers who are here now to plead their cases for the 2014 season. B.J. Rosenberg is making it hard for the organization not......
  • Durbin's numbers weren't good, but his leadership was

     
    Not his leadership or being what Charlie Manuel called “an ambassador of baseball” could save Chad Durbin’s job. The Phillies released the veteran reliever before Friday’s game against the Brewers. “He couldn’t...
  • Dubee confident Halladay will get better

     
    Pitching coach Rich Dubee doesn’t want you to worry about Roy Halladay. He isn’t. “Doc’s very honest about where he is,” Dubee said. “Listen, you’re looking at a guy that went to Single-A ball to make his way back...
  • Amaro assesses the 2013 club and explains why he didn't make any trades

     
    As Ruben Amaro Jr. took a seat in the Phillies dugout to talk about the deals he didn’t make before today’s 4 p.m. trade deadline, he actually seemed content with what had transpired. Much of the speculation surrounded Michael Young,......
  • Cole Hamels: Beard... or no beard?

     
    Cole Hamels appears good and ready to face the Atlanta Braves on Opening Day next week, but has the lanky lefty traded in his 'Hollywood' label for that of...'Lumberjack'? It's true. Hamels' beard will probably never grow long enough to......
  • Papelbon patiently waiting his turn

     
    Even if the Phillies are losing, get ready to see Jonathan Papelbon take the mound. The closer hasn’t pitched since April 4, the last game in Atlanta. He wasn’t complaining and understands that getting into a game can be tricky......
  • Kendrick wins the stare down

     
    Kyle Kendrick and home plate umpire Dale Scott had a little stare down in the sixth inning. With two on and one out, Kendrick thought he had struck out Mike Carp with his 0-2 offering. Instead, Scott called the pitch......