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  • Rosenberg outrighted, Phillies prospects named to Fall Stars Game roster

    Rosenberg outrighted, Phillies prospects named to Fall Stars Game roster
    The Phillies made another minor roster move Monday afternoon by outrighting right-hander B.J. Rosenberg off the 40-man roster to Triple-A Lehigh Valley after he cleared waivers. The move leaves Philadelphia with 38 players on their 40-man roster....
  • Phillies coaching staff agrees to return for 2015 season

    Phillies coaching staff agrees to return for 2015 season
    One month ago, the Phillies asked their entire coaching staff to return for the 2015 season. Wednesday, the team's general manager, Ruben Amaro Jr., announced that all of the coaches have agreed to come back. Ex-Tampa Bay Rays manager Joe Maddon has...
  • Scenarios for Phillies pitcher A.J. Burnett and free agency

    The free-agent season opens for business with the conclusion of the World Series but doesn't begin to pick up until the first 2 weeks of November. Teams have until five days after the conclusion of the World Series — which means Monday night...
  • Phillies' RHP Kyle Kendrick going for 14th career win vs. Miami Marlins Wednesday

    Phillies' RHP Kyle Kendrick going for 14th career win vs. Miami Marlins Wednesday
    With a win Wednesday, Kyle Kendrick would become the sixth pitcher to total 14 or more in his career against the Marlins. Kendrick, who is making his 26th lifetime appearance (21st start) against them can boast a 13-3 record and 3.57 ERA in 126 innings in...
  • Voice of Philadelphia sports, broadcaster Bill Campbell dies at 91

    Voice of Philadelphia sports, broadcaster Bill Campbell dies at 91
    Bill Campbell, a broadcaster who covered some of the greatest moments in Philadelphia sports history, died Monday at Cooper University Hospital in Camden. He was 91, and his career spanned nine decades. Mr. Campbell was a broadcaster for the Philadelphia...
  • Phillies' Chase Utley lists Philadelphia penthouse for rent

    Phillies' Chase Utley lists Philadelphia penthouse for rent
    Chase Utley, the former UCLA baseball product and decorated second baseman for the Philadelphia Phillies, is trying his hand at a new position this off-season: landlord. The six-time all-star has listed his penthouse in Philadelphia for rent at $17,...
  • Cubs have the cash to pursue a marquee pitcher

    The Cubs believed they had enough money last winter to make an honest run at free-agent pitcher Masahiro Tanaka. But with about $41 million off the books from this year's obligations — including the final $14 million installment on Alfonso...
  • Better days ahead for the Phillies?

    Better days ahead for the Phillies?
    Seven years ago Tuesday, Brett Myers tossed his glove into the air after striking out the Washington Nationals' Willy Mo Pena and helping the Philadelphia Phillies clinch the first of five straight NL East division titles. This past Tuesday, the...
  • Two Phillies undergo surgery, a third is being scheduled

    Two Phillies undergo surgery, a third is being scheduled
    Two Phillies had surgery this week and another is in the process of scheduling surgery, according to a press release the Phillies issued Wednesday. Carlos Ruiz was the first to go under the knife on Monday. He had minor arthroscopic surgery on his...
  • Reading Fightin Phils announce 2015 schedule

    Reading Fightin Phils announce 2015 schedule
    The Fightin Phils will be scarce in Reading during the first month of the 2015 season. They have just six home dates in the first 20 games, beginning with the home opener on Friday, April 17, against Richmond. That starts a six-game homestand. The...
  • What went well, and not so well, with the 2014 Phillies

    What went well, and not so well, with the 2014 Phillies
    When players arrived in Clearwater for spring training, they were welcomed by a manager beginning his first full season with a focus on fundamentals. Ryne Sandberg opened camp by concentrating on defensive drills to cut down on errors, pitchers...