1. David Montgomery Steps Down as Head of Phillies

    Phillies general partner and president, David Montgomery, will take a medical leave of absence and step down from his duties with the team effective immediately, the team announced Thursday...

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  2. Gwynn Enjoying the Game at Triple-A

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  3. Red-Hot Franco Giving Phillies a Tough Decision

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  4. Taney, Mo'ne Davis Enjoy Parade, Toss 1st Pitches at Phillies Game

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  5. Phillies Sweep Nationals, Go 7-2 on Best Homestand of Season

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  6. Phillies Sweep Nationals with 8-4 Win

    Doug Fister, owner of the National League 's third-best ERA before Wednesday, threw Grady Sizemore a two-strike curveball. The pitch was higher than Sizemore's long red socks, and the 32-year-old survivor of seven surgeries in five years smashed it...

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  7. Sandberg Talks with Hamels, Says There Are No Issues

    Last month, it was Ryan Howard who was upset to be out of the lineup for three straight games. Read more at http://www.philly.com/philly/blogs/sports/phillies/Sandberg-talks-with-Hamels-says-theres-no-issues...

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  8. Hamels Appears Upset with Sandberg in Phils' Win

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  9. Mike Adams Regrets 'Stealing Money' from Phillies

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  10. Freddy Galvis, Darin Ruf Power Phillies Past Nationals

    The inning began with Cole Hamels serving up a game-tying home run, being greeted by his manager, and handing the ball over with nary a word or even eye contact. .....

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  11. Instant Replay: Phillies 4, Nationals 3

    The Phillies manufactured a run in the bottom of the eighth inning to squeak by the Washington Nationals , 4-3, at Citizens Bank Park on Tuesday night. .....

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  12. Galvis and Ruf Homer as Phils Beat Nationals 4-3

    PHILADELPHIA -- Freddy Galvis and Darin Ruf homered and Carlos Ruiz drove in go-ahead run with an eighth-inning sacrifice fly to lead the Philadelphia Phillies to a 3-2 victory over the Washington Nationals on Tuesday night...

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  13. Signs Point to Pitcher Gonzalez Joining Phils Next Week

    The Phillies are being tight-lipped about which players they will bring up from the minors when rosters expand on Monday, but it sounds likely that pitcher Miguel Alfredo Gonzalez will get a call...

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  14. Phillies' A.J. Burnett Becomes 1st Pitcher with 12-Strikeout Game for 5 Teams

    Philadelphia Phillies pitcher A.J. Burnett struck out 12 batters in Monday's 3-2 win over the Washington Nationals , thus becoming the first player in major league history to record a 12-K game with five different teams, per ESPN Stats & Info ...

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  15. Nationals-Phillies Preview

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  16. Burnett Strikes out 12 as Phillies Edge Nationals

    A.J. Burnett's two sons, Allan Jr. and Ashton, scampered through the Phillies clubhouse Monday night with Nerf guns. They shot rubber darts to celebrate their dad's 3-2 win over Washington , and Burnett's dilemma manifested...

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  17. Burnett Baffles Nats, Softens Take on Retirement

    A.J. Burnett sounds a little like that golfer everybody knows, the one who's ready to give up the game and sell his clubs until one great round pulls him back in...

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  18. Phillies' Burnett K's 12 for 1st Win Since ASG

    A.J. Burnett struck out 12 in seven innings and Cody Asche and Carlos Ruiz homered to lead the Philadelphia Phillies to a 3-2 victory over the Washington Nationals on Monday night...

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  19. Amaro: By and Large, Sandberg's Done a Good Job

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  20. Minor League Report: J.P. Crawford Homers Twice During Clearwater Loss

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  21. Williams 'Outstanding' in Phillies Win

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  22. No Whining Allowed from Young Players on Last-Place Phillies

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  23. Jerome Williams and Phillies Cut Down Cardinals

    The Phillies will use the final 32 games to find solutions, and they must know every revelation cannot be franchise-altering...

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  24. Buchanan, Brown Voice Displeasure with Sandberg's Moves

    There was a lot of frustration after the Phillies 6-5 loss in 12 innings to the St. Louis Cardinals and two players in a roundabout manner, questioned some strategy of manager Ryne Sandberg...

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  25. Phillies Let Win Slip Away Late vs. Cardinals

    The Phillies ran the gamut in their most recent defeat, one they needed 4 hours and 53 minutes to complete...

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