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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 pull rank on Nationals again

    Phillies pull rank on Nationals again
    WASHINGTON — The Philadelphia Phillies might be out of contention for the National League East title, but they are making life miserable for the Washington Nationals, who have been leading the division for several weeks. A.J. Burnett allowed one...
  • Red Sox beat Tigers to move within one win of World Series

    Red Sox beat Tigers to move within one win of World Series
    DETROIT — After watching the Tigers lose in the American League Championship Series in 2011 and seeing the Giants sweep them in last year's World Series, Motown is getting antsy. And when the crowd of 42,669 began booing star first baseman...
  • Thoughts on Orioles closer Jim Johnson and a return to starting

    Thoughts on Orioles closer Jim Johnson and a return to starting
    Back in September, Orioles executive vice president Dan Duquette said definitively that closer Jim Johnson would be tendered a contract and return next season. After leading the American League in both saves (50) and blown saves (9) in 2013, Johnson...
  • After years away from the majors, Dave Wallace lends Orioles arms a helping hand

    After years away from the majors, Dave Wallace lends Orioles arms a helping hand
    SARASOTA, Fla. — When the Orioles first contacted Dave Wallace in October about their pitching coach vacancy, the 66-year-old baseball veteran took pause. Wallace already had a nice job as the minor league pitching coordinator for the Atlanta...
  • Getting to know Orioles pitching coach Dave Wallace

    Getting to know Orioles pitching coach Dave Wallace
    Dave Wallace Age: 66 Birthplace: Waterbury, Conn. Resides: Wrentham, Mass. Most recent position: Atlanta Braves' minor league pitching coordinator (2010-2013) Major league pitching coach experience: Los Angeles Dodgers (1995-1997), New York Mets...
  • 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,......
  • 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......