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  • Harang doesn't get much help as Phillies fall to Mets

    Harang doesn't get much help as Phillies fall to Mets
    NEW YORK — Aaron Harang's arm was steady again. It was one false step with his feet that cost him. Unable to field a key comebacker, Harang was outpitched by Jacob deGrom as the Philadelphia Phillies lost to New York 2-0 Monday in the Mets' home...
  • Nationals avoid sweep with extra-innings win over Phillies

    Nationals avoid sweep with extra-innings win over Phillies
    PHILADELPHIA — For the second time in less than 24 hours, the Philadelphia Phillies and Washington Nationals played 10 innings at Citizens Bank Park. Sunday's result, however, was different. Instead of the Phillies walking off in the 10th like...
  • Herrera's first career hit lifts Phillies over Nationals

    Herrera's first career hit lifts Phillies over Nationals
    PHILADELPHIA — Odubel Herrera doubled home the winning run in the 10th inning with his first major league hit, lifting the Philadelphia Phillies to a 3-2 comeback win over the Washington Nationals on Saturday night. Carlos Ruiz led off the...
  • David Buchanan struggles with command as Red Sox take game, series from Phillies

    David Buchanan struggles with command as Red Sox take game, series from Phillies
    PHILADELPHIA — David Buchanan followed up a solid rookie season last year with a terrific spring, compiling a 3-0 record with a 1.29 ERA during Grapefruit League play. What might have been most impressive was that Buchanan walked just two...
  • Low Hopes for Phillies

    Low Hopes for Phillies
         The Phillies' unofficial theme song is "High Hopes," as sung by the late, great Harry Kalas. As I recall, they play it when the team wins.      Unfortunately, that won't be happening very often this season. Opening Day turned into a dispiriting 8-0...
  • Red Sox beat the Phillies 8-0 in opener Monday

    Red Sox beat the Phillies 8-0 in opener Monday
    PHILADELPHIA — Opening Day. The one day each year every team has hope and a clean slate. That fresh start evaporated quickly for the Phillies in front of a sell-out crowd of 45,549 at Citizens Bank Park on a picturesque, sun-soaked Monday...
  • A seemingly perfect Opening Day in Philly turns sour

    A seemingly perfect Opening Day in Philly turns sour
    PHILADELPHIA — Glittering sunshine, 71 degrees, classy versions of "God Bless America" and "America the Beautiful" from the Philadelphia Boys Choir and Men's Chorale, an American flag spread over the outfield and a spectacular landing by the Navy...
  • Ramirez, Pedroia 2 Home Runs Each As Buchholz, Red Sox Top Phils

    Ramirez, Pedroia 2 Home Runs Each As Buchholz, Red Sox Top Phils
    Boston newcomer Hanley Ramirez and Dustin Pedroia each hit two home runs, Clay Buchholz threw three-hit ball over seven innings and the Red Sox beat the Philadelphia Phillies 8-0 in an interleague opener Monday. Buchholz (1-0) showed the Red Sox they...
  • Expectations quite low for the 2015 Phillies

    Expectations quite low for the 2015 Phillies
    No team is picked to win fewer games this season than the Philadelphia Phillies. Rebuilding isn't easy. After dominating the NL East from 2007-11, capturing five division titles, two pennants and one World Series championship, the Phillies have...
  • Philadelphia Phillies' power decline leads to change in philosophy but it will take time

    Philadelphia Phillies' power decline leads to change in philosophy but it will take time
    The long ball powered the Phillies to their five-year reign atop the National League East and the 2008 World Series title. Three seasons running, starting in 2007, the Phillies finished the regular season with only one other team in baseball bashing...
  • David Buchanan ready to go for Phillies, but is Ken Giles?

    David Buchanan ready to go for Phillies, but is Ken Giles?
    PHILADELPHIA — A year ago, David Buchanan was all set to pitch in a major league ballpark for the first time during the Phillies' annual On-Deck series at Citizens Bank Park. It was a cameo appearance, since the Phillies had already decided he'd...