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The Double-A Reading Fightins will have four representatives in Wednesday’s Eastern League All-Star Game, which is set to be played in New Britain, CT. Starting pitchers Jesse Biddle and Seth Rosin will be joined by second baseman Albert Cartwright and first baseman Jim Murphy to make up the foursome of Phillies talents in the annual exhibition.
Making their first career All-Star appearances are Cartwright and Rosin, while Biddle and Murphy are each being honored for the second time. Biddle was an All-Star in the Class A Advanced Florida State League last year. Murphy represented Lakewood in the 2011 Class A South Atlantic League game.
The contest will feature loads of top talent from around the EL and Biddle, who has a 3-8 record along with a 3.08 ERA and a league leading 102 strike outs through 17 starts this season, is honored to be listed among that collection of players.
“To be mentioned with the players I’m playing with is unbelievable,” Biddle s...
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Enough, for now, about the possibility of the Philadelphia Phillies trading Jonathan Papelbon.
They need to add a reliever, not subtract one.
The Phillies are in the midst of a mini-surge, even without one-time National League MVP Ryan Howard. They have won five of six to close within 7.5 games of first place in the NL East, and 5.5 of the second wild-card spot.
The Phillies are...
Did the Phillies Learn the Wrong Lesson from the Red Sox? From 2006 to 2011 the Philadelphia Phillies won more games each season than the season previous, raising their win total from a modest 85 to an outstanding 102. Their front office built a starting rotation headed by a trio of Roy Halladay, Cliff Lee, and Cole Hamels that teams and fans around the sport would drool over...
We've seen several great fan catches at ballparks all across Major League Baseball this year, but, by and large, there's a reason that the fans are the fans and the players are the players.
For evidence of this, I point you to the Washington Nationals' 5-1 win over the Philadelphia Phillies Wednesday night at Citizens Bank Park.
Nats rookie Anthony Rendon stepped to...
Danny Knobler of CBS Sports points out that the Texas
Rangers have the money and prospects to make a big splash this summer since the
team avoided acquiring players such as Zack Greinke, Josh Hamilton, Justin Upton and James Shields this offseason. Knobler says the Rangers would “love”
to trade for Philadelphia Phillies left-hander Cliff Lee, but it doesn’t appear
Phillies' manager Charlie Manuel said on MLB Network Radio on SiriusXM that closer Jonathan Papelbon has some occasional soreness in his hip according to Todd Zolecki and Stephen Pianovich of MLB.com.
"Every now and then, like when you work him a lot or when he works out, things like that, he has a little soreness in his hip, but it's definitely not serious,"...
Michael Young contributing to awful Phillies defense
by Scott Butler 7/7/13
The headline for last night’s blowout loss on phillies.com was “Kendrick gets knocked around by Braves.” Kendrick’s line supports that claim, as KK allowed 6 runs in 5 innings. But the more appropriate headline might be “Kendrick struggles and defense lets him down.”
The box score shows only...
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A home run ball by Washington Nationals second baseman Anthony Rendon hit a Philadelphia Phillies fan in the head during the fifth inning of Wednesday night's game at Citizens Bank Park.
Rendon hit the line drive solo home run hard and fast to left field, and the Phillies fan had trouble judging the ball as it came at him. No word...
Right-hander Luis Garcia has been called up from Triple-A Lehigh Valley by the Philadelphia Phillies to replace struggling righty Phillippe Aumont.
Garcia had a 1.67 ERA and 11 saves in 31 appearances at three levels of the minors this season. The 26-year-old Garcia was 0-1 with a 1.37 ERA and seven saves at Single-A Clearwater. He was 2-1 with a 2.45 ERA and one save at Double...
Photo Credit: Kevin Durso, Philliedelphia It's July 9. Anyone can look at their calendar and figure that out, and it's not a date that is particularly pertinent to the game of baseball. At this point it is a matter of looking forward. A week from today, Major League Basbeall will...
It was expected that the Phillies were going to be sellers at the deadline since they are out of contention at the moment. Speculation was surrounding the Phillies and players such as Cliff Lee, Chase Utley, Michael Young, Jonathan Papelbon and others about them being traded to other teams so the Phillies could bolster their farm system.
Buster Olney of ESPN talked to a few other...
With Cliff Lee on the mound Wednesday, the Phillies had a great chance to not only make it to the .500 mark again, but also to make up ground on the division-leading Braves, who lost 6-2 to the Marlins today. Instead, the Nationals managed capitalize on a few Lee mistakes...
Kyle Kendrick outpitched All-Star Jordan Zimmermann, pinch-hitter Kevin Frandsen hit a tiebreaking double in the seventh and the Philadelphia Phillies beat the Washington Nationals 3-1 Thursday night.
Kendrick (8-6) allowed one run and five hits in seven innings to help Philadelphia take three of four from the defending NL East champions.
The Phillies are 7-3 since July 2, including...
PhilliesTags: Darin RufKevin FrandsenKyle KendrickPhilliesThe Philadelphia Phillies won the finale game of their series with the Nationals 3-1. Their record improves to 46-47.
Kyle Kendrick was in top form tonight, cruising through seven innings and allowing just one run on four hits.
Kendrick allowed his lone run during the sixth inning. The righty...
The Phillies will at least half the series against the Nationals with a win tonight. Hamels was able to move up to 4-11. Cole Hamels pitched well until the 8th. He was able to work his way out of a bases loaded situation without giving up a run. He gave...
So close, but in baseball close only gets you horseshoes and hand grenades. The Philadelphia Phillies were gaining some momentum leading up to Wednesday night game. They had won three straight for the first time since early June, the pitching was solid enough to hold the Nats to just [...]The post Phillies Swing and Miss in Bizarre Loss appeared first on Eagles Pulse.