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Retired Philadelphia Phillies reliever Mitch Williams lived up to his "Wild Thing" nickname when he threw a poor ceremonial first pitch before Friday night's game at Citizens Bank Park.
The Philly Phanatic was behind home plate to catch the ball, but the throw from Williams was a few feet wide. That prompted the Phanatic...
The 2013 Phillies played their 48th player last night, Roger Bernadina, on pace to be the most “unique” group of Phillies since 1996, when the Fightins had 54 different players suit up for the club. By comparison, the 2012 Phillies played 49 players in an 81-81 effort while the five-time repeating NL East Champion squads averaged just 42.2 players and most of the numbers for...
Charlie will be there!
Ladies and gentlemen, due to the outpouring of support for Charlie Manuel, we’ve decided to host a party in his honor. And best of all, Charlie has graciously agreed to attend.
The party is free to attend and will be held this Friday, August 23 starting at 5pm at The Field House at 1150 Filbert Street (next to Reading Terminal).
There will be food and...
Roy Halladay loves Charlie Manuel. But, all the same, the rehabbing pitcher says that it was time for a change in Philadelphia. Manuel was fired as manager of the Phillies on Friday, in a lot of ways putting an end to the team’s glory days surrounding its 2008 and 2009 World Series runs. Still, Halladay, who on Tuesday was pitching for the Low-A Lakewood BlueClaws, says that the...
Cliff Lee is in a stretch that looks a lot like the start of his season last year. Aside from some hiccups, he's pitched fairly deep into most games and allows minimal damage but the fact that he allows any damage at all finds him in the loss or no...
Former Philadelphia Eagles defensive tackle Hollis Thomas shared a little secret the team has with baseball’s Philadelphia Phillies – an abundance or porn stored in the bowels of the Vet, where both teams shared a shower and rest area.
A Phillies comeback win? Remember what that feels like? It seems like it’s been so long since we’ve seen one. Down a run going into the ninth inning, the game looked about over. But a leadoff double by Erik Kratz gave the Phillies life. Carlos Ruiz doubled in Kratz, and Michael Young finished the game with walkoff single.
Cliff Lee had his best outing in a while. It...
SHRIMP. With the bases loaded in the bottom of the ninth inning, and the Phillies and Diamondbacks wearing throwback uniforms for retro night, Chase Utley drew a walk to give the Phillies their third straight win–all via the walk-off. They’ve now won five of their last six.
The inning started off with two straight singles by Cody Asche and Jimmy Rollins, followed...
Kyle Kendrick had the Rockies on their heels last night through the first five innings, allowing just one earned by locating his fastball and getting hitters to make weak contact on his cutter. The wheels came off for Kendrick in the sixth: he allowed three runs without getting an out. A three-run shot by Wilin Rosario was the knockout blow.
Last night’s performance by Kendrick...
A day after Jim Salisbury of Comcast Sportsnet Philadelphia reported that the Phillies were taking a look at outfielder Roger Bernadina, the Phillies signed Bernadina today. Bernadina will take the roster spot of Michael Martinez, who was optioned to AAA Lehigh Valley, reports Todd Zolecki. Bernadina was released by the...
Colorado Rockies (59-69) vs. Philadelphia Phillies (56-70)
Chad Bettis (0-2, 5.30) vs. Kyle Kendrick (10-10, 4.42)
Time: 7:05, Citizens Bank Park
TV: PHL 17
Weather: 86, chance of rain
Media: Twitter and Facebook
Tickets: Philadelphia Phillies tickets
A win tonight would give Ryne Sandberg his first series win as manager of the Phillies. A loss would give the Phillies and Rockies...
Michael Younguire Saving Private Kevin (Frandsen) Chase Utley as Mel Gibson on Braveheart: Jimmy Rollins as Will Smith in Independence Day: Courtesy Todd Zolecki of MLB.com on Twitter