1. Offensive Production Front and Center for Phils

    CLEARWATER, Fla. - If you want to drive the mathematically inclined crowd batty, tell them that the Phillies went 30-27 in the 57 games leading up to Ben Revere's season-ending foot ...

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  2. Today in Weird News: A Fan Mailed Cliff Lee Fingernail Clippings

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  3. Hamels Making 'Tremendous Progress' for Phillies

    Though still behind schedule and likely to miss one or two starts at the beginning of the regular season, Cole Hamels says he has made “tremendous progress” in bouncing back from an offseason bout of shoulder tendinitis...

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  4. Why These Players Will Make Make Philadelphia Phillies Better in 2014

    The Philadelphia Phillies have the chance to be a special team in 2014, whether people want to admit it or not. Age is a problem, and so is a lack of offense over the course of two seasons...

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  5. Phillies "Respond" to Ben Wetzler Controversy

    Phillies GM Ruben Amaro says the team's reputation in the league is still good. Ten minutes on the internet or watching TV would seem to indicate otherwise...

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  6. Phillies Make Minor-League Manager Changes

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  7. Maikel Franco Impresses Early in Phillies Camp

    It's way too early for Phillies officials to make roster decisions. Heck, the exhibition games haven't even started yet...

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  8. Phillies Have Lots of Options to Fill out Bullpen

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  9. Hamels on Track for First Bullpen Session

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  10. Ryne Sandberg Supports Home-Plate Collision Rule

    Major League Baseball is expected to spell out its new rule against home-plate collisions and provide it to clubs in the coming days.....

    Kyle Brown Written by Kyle Brown about 2 months ago 19 reads 0 comments

  11. One Week into Camp, Sandberg Is Lukewarm on Gonzalez

    There are no numbers by which Miguel Gonzalez can be judged, only brief throwing sessions with a screen between the pitcher and his teammates. The mysterious Cuban righthander has not impressed in these settings...

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  12. Philadelphia Phillies' Spring Training To-Do List

    Spring training is finally upon us. After a long offseason, baseball is back, and more specifically, Philadelphia Phillies baseball is back. In some ways, the Phillies are stepping on new ground this spring...

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  13. Breaking Down Ben Revere's Role on Philadelphia Phillies' Roster

    When the Philadelphia Phillies acquired outfielder Ben Revere from the Minnesota Twins in a trade during the 2013 offseason for pitchers Vance Worley and Trevor May, fans were ecstatic...

    David Cattai Written by David Cattai about 2 months ago 1,556 reads 2 comments

  14. Jayson Werth Holds Court

    Like a lot of players in spring training, Jayson Werth reported to Florida with more competition than he expected. His came from Adam LaRoche and Ryan Mattheus, both of whom have grown beards than longer than Werth's trademark whiskers...

    Alexandra Irving Written by Alexandra Irving about 2 months ago 112 reads 0 comments

  15. The Phillies 'Tattle-Tale' Blowback Has Begun

    You'll recall that recently in this space we told you of Aaron Fitt's report that the Phillies ratted out one of its draftees, Oregon State lefty Ben Wetzler, to the NCAA for improperly using an agent...

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  16. What Is the 2014 Philadelphia Phillies' Ceiling If They Get, Stay Healthy?

    On the surface, the Philadelphia Phillies look like a team in rapid decline. After setting a franchise record with 102 victories in 2011, the team hasn't been over .500 since...

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  17. 10 Bold Predictions for the Philadelphia Phillies in 2014

    Nowadays, Terrell Owens is more welcome in Philadelphia than Ruben Amaro Jr. The Philadelphia Phillies general manager is abhorred to the point where a parody Twitter account has been established under the name Ruin Tomorrow Jr ...

    Pete Dymeck Written by Pete Dymeck about 2 months ago 3,224 reads 15 comments

  18. Philadelphia Phillies Veterans Hoping Pride Does Not Precede Another Hard Fall

    If you listen carefully, even with all of those snow piles still dotting the Delaware Valley, you can hear the chirping. No, not the chirping of spring robins and cardinals...

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  19. Report: Phillies Turn Unsigned Draft Pick in to NCAA for Using an Agent

    One of the NCAA's many silly rules prohibits its athletes from using an agent to negotiate with professional teams, but many do and it is an open secret in baseball. The agents are typically referred to as "advisors...

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  20. Happily Retired, Halladay Now Pitches Wisdom

    The Phillies have depth issues with their starting pitching, but Roy Halladay is not the solution. He is not sneaking off and secretly throwing bullpen sessions, preparing to give it one more try...

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  21. Adams, Hamels Scheduled to Throw off Mound

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  22. Camp Sandberg Starts with Intense Workout

    Ryne Sandberg got a 42-game taste of managing in the big leagues last season. He experienced deciding on a lineup, making pitching changes, sitting in the first seat on the bus, and ...

    Kyle Brown Written by Kyle Brown about 2 months ago 73 reads 0 comments

  23. Jesse Biddle Living the Dream with Phillies

    Jesse Biddle was in the stands as a fan at Citizens Bank Park the night the Phillies won the World Series in 2008.....

    Kyle Brown Written by Kyle Brown about 2 months ago 55 reads 0 comments

  24. A little help for Ruiz could go a long way

    It was an offseason story that did not receive a lot of attention and that's ironic because it was a story related to catcher Carlos Ruiz's inability to pay attention...

    Kyle Brown Written by Kyle Brown about 2 months ago 11 reads 0 comments

  25. Carlos Ruiz Has an Exemption to Allow Him to Use Adderall in 2014

    Carlos Ruiz was suspended for 25 games for using a stimulant at the start of last season. They never said what the substance was he was using, but it's reported today that he has received ...

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