1. A's Outlast Phillies on Donaldson's Homer in 10th

    OAKLAND, Calif. - A.J. Burnett walked his sixth batter, the immortal Nick Punto, and turned his back to the Phillies dugout. Ryne Sandberg snatched the ball from a perturbed Burnett in the fifth inning of Sunday's 8-6 loss to the A's...

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  2. Phillies' Chances to Improve Next Year Begin and End with Howard

    For a team with so many players under club control for next season, the Phillies have a remarkably malleable roster that offers few hints as to what their 2015 squad will look like...

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  3. A's Lose Ground in Wild Card with Shutout Loss

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  4. Williams Beats A's for Third Time with Third Team

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  5. Lineup: Brown (Sprained Hand) Sits vs. A's

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  6. Phillies Minor Leaguer Suspended 50 Games for Drug Abuse

    Phillies minor league pitcher Shane Watson has been suspended 50 games for violating the minor league drug policy, Matt Gelb of the Philadelphia Inquirer reports. Gelb adds that Watson used a drug of abuse, not a performance-enhancer...

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  7. Phillies Come Up Short in 3-1 Loss to A's

    The Phillies arrived at this decaying football stadium that doubles as a baseball mausoleum 60 years to the day the Athletics bolted Philadelphia never to return home.....

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  8. Howard's Homer Not Enough for Phils

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  9. Old Core, Crotch-Grabbing Closer and Oodles of Losses Demand Phillies Rebuild

    Philadelphia fans did not need Jonathan Papelbon to grab his crotch in their general direction the other day, Roseanne-like , to decide that these Phillies are one unlikeable ballclub...

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  10. Middle of the Phillies Order Is Whiffing

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  11. Cuban Slugger Likely Won't Be Coming to Phillies

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  12. Gwynn Jr. Receives Emotional Standing O from Padres Fans

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  13. Hamels Dominates Padres Again in Phillies 5-2 Win

    Cole Hamels dominated San Diego again as the Philadelphia Phillies beat the Padres 5-2 on Wednesday night, ending a three-game losing skid...

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  14. In Papelbon's Absence, Giles Could Fill Closer's Role for Phillies

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  15. MLB Suspends Joe West for Papelbon Incident

    You'll recall that Phillies closer Jonathan Papelbon was recently suspended for seven games and fined an undisclosed amount for this recent display .....

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  16. MLB Suspends Joe West for Papelbon Incident

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  17. Video: Tony Gwynn Jr. Gets Ovation from San Diego Crowd

    The baseball world lost a legend on June 16 this season, when longtime Padres great Tony Gwynn passed away at just 54 years old. One of his surviving family members, Tony Gwynn Jr...

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  18. On Deck: Losses Mounting for Burnett

    Burnett had run off nine straight years with at least 10 wins when the Phillies inked him to a $15 million deal for 2014.....

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  19. Jonathan Papelbon in Need of a Different Kind of Adjustment

    Umpire Joe West could be fined for snatching up a handful of Jonathan Papelbon's jersey – while Papelbon was still in it – so that West could rid himself of the puerile Phillies reliever and return to his position Sunday afternoon...

    Mike  Denevi Written by Mike Denevi about 7 days ago 129 reads 0 comments

  20. Jonathan Papelbon's Suspension Could Possibly Save the Phillies $13million

    The seven-game suspension of Jonathan Papelbon for his crotch-grabbing is all laugh-worthy, but it could also help save the Phillies some money...

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  21. Instant Replay: Padres 1, Phillies 0

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  22. Papelbon Gets 7-Game Ban for Obscene Gesture

    Papelbon has received a seven-game suspension and an undisclosed fine for his actions following the top of the ninth inning of the Sunday...

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  23. Phillies Notes: Howard Batting Well with Runners on Base

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  24. Report: MLB 'Looking Into' Papelbon's Crotch-Grab

    Jerry Crasnick reports that Major League Baseball is looking into Jonathan Papelbon's crotch grab from yesterday's game. Which, yes, I get, because you can't really have the help doing, well, that to the paying customers...

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  25. Report: MLB 'Looking Into' Papelbon Incident

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