1. Mayberry Jr.'s Three-Run Shot

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  2. Ruf Has Broken Bone in Wrist

    A week after the Phillies said Darin Ruf did not sustain any breaks or fractures in his right knee or left wrist following an outfield collision at Triple-A Lehigh Valley on June 2, the diagnosis on the slugging first baseman/outfielder has changed...

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  3. Phillies' Jonathan Papelbon Records 300th Career Save

    With a scoreless ninth inning in Tuesday's game against the San Diego Padres , Jonathan Papelbon of the Philadelphia Phillies recorded his 14th save of the 2014 season and No...

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  4. WATCH: Young Phillies Fan Goes Nuts After Catching Foul Ball

    There isn't much to be excited about at a Phillies game this season, but on Wednesday night, the team finally provided some fireworks with a walk-off home run in the bottom of the ninth...

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  5. Why Phillies Will Be Aggressive with Aaron Nola

    Sometime this week, Aaron Nola will fly to Florida and join other recent draft picks at the Phillies ' training complex in Clearwater. A few of the selections will head to Williamsport, a short-season team that begins play Friday...

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  6. Padres-Phillies Preview

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  7. Phils Win 2 Straight for 1st Time Since May 17-20

    PHILADELPHIA The Phillies ' 3-0 win over the Padres on Wednesday night presented little excitement ... until the ninth inning...

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  8. Hamels Shines in No-Decision as Phils Win

    Tony Gwynn Jr., pinch-hitting for Cole Hamels after eight pristine innings of shutout baseball, issued a most fitting tribute Wednesday. San Diego righthander Joaquin Benoit, just inserted into the game, fired a 95-m...

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  9. Video: Brignac's Walk-off Homer

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  10. Cliff Lee Plays Catch for First Time in 3 Weeks

    Cliff Lee has never had an arm injury in nearly three decades of playing baseball, so he said he honestly doesn't know what to expect in the next month...

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  11. Jonathan Papelbon's 300th Save Mirrors His Philadelphia Phillies Career

    Jonathan Papelbon earned his 300th career save in a manner befitting his entire tenure as the Phillies ' closer...

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  12. Padres-Phillies Preview

    Maybe seeing an NL West opponent, particularly the San Diego Padres , can provide the Philadelphia Phillies a sorely needed boost...

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  13. Phillies' Papelbon Records 300th Career Save

    It wasn't the cleanest outing of his career, but Philadelphia Phillies closer Jonathan Papelbon hit a major milestone Tuesday when he got San Diego Padres first baseman Tommy Medica to ground out with a pair of runners on to end the game...

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  14. Phillies Sign No. 7 Overall Pick Aaron Nola

    The Phillies announced that they have agreed to terms with right-hander Aaron Nola, whom they selected out of Louisiana State with the seventh overall pick in the 2014 draft...

    Zachary Petersel Written by Zachary Petersel about 1 month ago 127 reads 0 comments

  15. BlueClaws Honor Hamels with Jersey Retirement

    From winning a World Series in which he was MVP, to being a three-time All-Star, Cole Hamels has accomplished quite a bit at the major-league level by the age of 30...

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  16. Ken Giles Completes Quick Ascent to Phillies

    Phillies fans have been calling for it, and the front office put him on the fast track. But 23-year-old right-handed reliever Ken Giles was caught off guard...

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  17. Padres-Phillies Preview

    With three teams barely above .500 setting the pace, the NL East is taking shape as a winnable division. The Philadelphia Phillies are still managing to fall considerably behind...

    Drew Morita Written by Drew Morita about 1 month ago 39 reads 0 comments

  18. Phillies' 2013 Draft Class Showing Potential

    PHILADELPHIA -- The Phillies entered the 2014 First-Year Player Draft on a mission to select players that could make an impact in the Majors sooner rather than later...

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  19. Sizing Up the Phillies' Trade Options

    BARRING A MIRACLE - a major miracle of the proportion of, say, unearthing Honus Wagner, Babe Ruth, Cy Young and Shoeless Joe Jackson - the Phillies should be highly motived sellers in 7 weeks, when baseball's July 31 trade deadline approaches...

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  20. Rollins About to Swing into Phillies History

    It is a swing with two sides that has been analyzed, ostracized and celebrated ever since the Phillies made the 5-foot-8 shortstop a second-round pick in 1996...

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  21. Phillies' Window Seems Shut as They Sit in Basement of National League

    A large payroll filled with big-name players and their impressive resumes hasn't helped the Philadelphia Phillies win many games...

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  22. Phillies Notes: Hard-Throwing Giles Could Earn Important Role

    CINCINNATI - From the moment Ken Giles fired a 100-m.p.h. fastball in April at double-A Reading, the righthanded pitcher developed a cult following. Baseball tends to romanticize speed, and no Phillies arm in the last decade threw as hard as Giles does.

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  23. Rosenthal's Full Count: Is Rollins Leaving Philly?

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  24. Burnett Hopes to Get on Track vs. Red-Hot Kennedy

    Considering how much each team has struggled this year, the Padres and Phillies have to be looking forward to squaring off against each other for a three-games series...

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  25. Stock Up, Stock Down for the Phillies' Top 10 Prospects for Week 10

    It was an interesting week down on the farm for the Philadelphia Phillies . Many of the guys who had been underperforming so far had comebacks, but some of the frequently strong performers slipped off this week...

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