1. Brown out with Tonsil Infection, to See Team Doctor

    WASHINGTON -- Outfielder Domonic Brown has an infection in his tonsils and will see a team doctor in Philadelphia when the Phillies return home Monday...

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  2. Tommy Joseph to Have Season-Ending Surgery

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  3. Another Cole Hamels Gem Wasted in Phillies Loss

    WASHINGTON -- There was no frustration in Cole Hamels' voice as he spoke to reporters after he and the Phillies absorbed a 4-0 loss to the Washington Nationals on Sunday (see Instant Replay)...

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  4. Phillies Sign Tony Gwynn, Jr. to a Minor League Deal

    The Phillies have signed outfielder Tony Gwynn, Jr. to a minor league deal and assigned him to Triple-A Lehigh Valley, CSN Philly's Jim Salisbury reports...

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  5. Burnett, Sandberg Ejected in Second vs. Nats

    WASHINGTON -- Tempers flared at Nationals Park on Saturday night after Anthony Rendon took Phillies starter A.J. Burnett deep to give Washington a 5-0 lead in the second inning.....

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  6. Burnett Ejected Early as Phillies Fall to Nats in Rout

    The Philadelphia Phillies needed a good, innings-eating start from A.J. Burnett against the Washington Nationals ...

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  7. Burnett, Sandberg Ejected vs. Nats

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  8. Hernandez out-Duels Fister as Phillies Edge Nationals

    Despite little offensive support, Roberto Hernandez put in a masterful performance giving up just 1 run over 8 sharp innings as the Phils took the second of a four game set in D.C...

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  9. Byrd Homer Lifts Phillies over Nationals 2-1

    Marlon Byrd spent most of the night swinging and missing against Washington Nationals pitchers. Connecting once proved to be enough...

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  10. As Papelbon Stays, Ken Giles Waits and Shines

    WASHINGTON -- Amid the frustration of the Phillies ' inability to commence a much-needed retooling effort with.....

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  11. Victim in Jose Offerman Bat Attack Tells Story of a Baseball Dream Derailed

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  12. Phillies-Nationals Preview

    Leading a tight NL East race and down a key infielder, the Washington Nationals were buyers at the non-waiver trade deadline.....

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  13. Lee's Injury Turns Phillies' Win into a Big Loss

    Phillies fans weren't in the best of moods when Cliff Lee took the mound Thursday night at Nationals Park...

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  14. Instant Replay: Phillies 10, Nationals 4

    The Phillies beat the Washington Nationals , 10-4, Thursday night, but suffered a significant loss in the process...

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  15. Marlon Byrd's High Price Tag Means Missed Opportunity for Phillies

    According to David Murphy of the Philadelphia Daily News , the Philadelphia Phillies were expected to move Marlon Byrd by the MLB non-waiver trade deadline at 4 p.m...

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  16. Lee Leaves Game vs. Nationals with Injury

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  17. Amaro Blames Unwilling Trade Partners for Deadline Whiff

    WASHINGTON – Phillies general manager Ruben Amaro Jr. blamed the rest of baseball, not himself, for his team's inability to pull off a deal before Thursday's 4 p.m. non-waiver trade deadline...

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  18. Amaro: Coveting Prospects Is Overrated

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  19. The Phillies Stand Pat at the Deadline. Apparently Ruben Amaro Is Satisfied.

    The Phillies are at least two years into an era in which they should be rebuilding but apparently don't feel the need to do so: the 2014 non-waiver trade deadline has passed and they made no deals...

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  20. Phillies-Nationals Preview

    The Washington Nationals ' bats have been relatively quiet lately, but it's something Gio Gonzalez has been used to all season...

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  21. Phillies Can't Contain Mets' Offense, Drop Road Set

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  22. Revere Robs a Home Run

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  23. Debate: Which Deadline Target Do You Want Phils to Keep?

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  24. Phillies Hold Private Workout for Cuban Defector Rusney Castillo

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  25. Phillies Prospect Quinn Collects Four Hits at Clearwater

    Outfielder Roman Quinn, the Phillies ' No. 5 prospect, collected four hits and two stolen bases Tuesday night, as Class A Advanced Clearwater defeated Fort Myers, 5-3...

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