1. Cole Hamels' Electric No-Hitter Likely Final Stamp on Stellar Phillies Career

    Cole Hamels just might have saved his best for last. If he did, and if it was, it was one hell of a swan song...

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  2. Video: Hamels Gets the Postgame Gatorade Bath

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  3. Francoeur Has a 'Flair' for Dramatic in Phillies' Win

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  4. Jeff Francoeur's Homer Helps Lift Phillies, 5-3, in 10 Innings

    CHICAGO - The Phillies ' hottest hitter is a 31-year-old outfielder who played for a team called the Chihuahuas after failing to win a major league job with any teams last spring...

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  5. Just How Important Is Cole Hamels Start on Saturday for the Phillies?

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  6. The Phillies Are Set to Pull off the Seemingly Impossible

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  7. No Need for Phillies to Rush into a Deal for Hamels

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  8. Old Lady Takes Bat to Gullet at the Phils Game

    That's the most contact Cody Asche's made in months. She's ok, which is good. And that catch was probably the best made by someone in Phillies red all year. Also, pal in the green hat, tone down your defensive jazz hands a notch...

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  9. Video: Papelbon's Walk-off Celebration Is Ruthless

    On Tuesday, the Phillies topped the Rays by a score of 5-4 in 10 innings (box score). Pinch-hitter (and Rule 5 draftee) Odubel Herrera provided the decisive knock when he recorded a walk-off single...

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  10. Odubel Herrera's Walk-off Single Lifts Phillies over Rays in 10 Innings

    They call Odubel Herrera “El Torito,” which translates as the little bull. They've carried a small, stuffed animal bull to ballparks across America to help inspire the energetic, ...

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  11. Phillies Beat Tampa Bay Rays in 10 Innings, Improve to 5-1 Since Break

    Taking advantage of some of the Tampa Bay Rays many mistakes, the Phillies pulled out a 5-4 win in 10 innings Wednesday afternoon at Citizens Bank Park to improve baseball's worst team to 5-1 since the All-Star break...

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  12. Aaron Nola Impresses in Major League Debut

    Cameron Rupp lowered his catcher's mitt as Steven Souza Jr. braced for the 2-2 pitch. For the first time all night, two Tampa Bay Rays were on base, and Aaron Nola was one strike from escaping the jam...

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  13. Aaron Nola Gives Phillies Hope, Top-of-Rotation Arm for Future

    If there is such a thing as an encouraging defeat, the Philadelphia Phillies had one Tuesday night, courtesy of Aaron Nola...

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  14. Karns 1st AL Pitcher Since '11 to Homer as Rays Blank Phils

    PHILADELPHIA -- Nathan Karns homered and pitched five innings, ruining the major league debut of Philadelphia's Aaron Nola and leading the Tampa Bay Rays to a 1-0 victory over the Phillies on Tuesday night...

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  15. Video: Phillies' Nola Records 1st K in Debut

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  16. Another Piece of Phillies' Rebuild Arrives

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  17. Buchanan Solid in Win, but Is Demoted Afterward

    WITH ONE OUT in the seventh inning, David Buchanan walked off the mound and back to the home dugout at Citizens Bank Park. A decent contingent of the 20,148 rose to their feet and voiced their approval for the second-year righthander's performance...

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  18. Phillies Option P Buchanan to Triple-A

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  19. Philadelphia Phillies Fan Has Beer Destroyed by Foul Ball

    Everyone who has ever gone to a Major League Baseball game knows that beer is expensive—ridiculous, even...

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  20. Report: Billingsley Could Miss Rest of Season

    Chad Billingsley's season could be over as the Phillies will place the pitcher on the 15-day disabled list.....

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  21. Report: Billingsley (Elbow) Headed to DL

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  22. Instant Replay: Phillies 8, Marlins 7

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  23. Watch: Francoeur's Walk-off Homer vs. Marlins

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  24. Francoeur's Walk-off HR Lifts Phillies Past Marlins

    PHILADELPHIA -- Jeff Francoeur's two-run homer in the bottom of the ninth inning lifted the Philadelphia Phillies to an 8-7 victory over the Miami Marlins on Sunday...

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  25. Video: Ryan Howard Hits 350th Career HR

    PHILADELPHIA -- Ryan Howard hit his 350th career home run in the second inning of the Phillies ' 8-7 win over the Marlins on Sunday at Citizens Bank Park.....

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