The Phillies Have One Week Left of This

A week from tonight, the Phillies season will be over, and the off-season will begin. With 85 losses after today's 8-6 loss to the A's, the Phillies won't figure into any more meaningful games. Both Miami and Atlanta are playing out the string at this point, and this final week...
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Burnett Continues To Be Wild, Josh Donaldson Makes A's Victorious In Extras

#455889628 / While the Eagles were wrapping up their third win of the season in three games, A.J. Burnett took the mound in Oakland to close out the Phillies' three-game series against the Athletics. Burnett was wild, but also injured; he looks like someone who is unwilling to quit....
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Phils Come Up Short

The Phillies ended their west coast swing this week with an extra inning loss to the Oakland Athletics on Sunday. The A’s took the series from the Phils, and Philadelphia went 2-5 on the trip. A.J. Burnett started for the Phillies and struggled badly early on. He lasted just 4.1 innings, and allowed six earned […]
Via Philly Sports Live
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MAG Surrenders Tenth-Inning HR, Phils Lose 8-6

The Phillies out-hit the A’s thirteen to nine but fell short in the column that counts: runs. Miguel Alfredo Gonzalez allowed a tenth-inning Nate Freiman single before Josh Donaldson drove a 94 MPH fastball to center field, ending the game in favor of the Athletics, 8-6. Byrd Starts Hot Marlon Byrd doubled in the first inning, scoring Chase Utley. In the top of the third, Byrd...
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Gameday 156: Phillies at Athletics

Philadelphia Phillies (71-84) at Oakland Athletics (84-70) Starting Pitchers: PHI: A.J. Burnett (8-17, 4.40 ERA) vs. OAK: Scott Kazmir (14-9, 3.44 ERA)  Time: 4:05 EST, Coliseum TV: CSN Weather: Sunny, 71 Media: Twitter and Facebook A note for today: The Phillies look to pick up a series win against the AL’s second Wild Card team. Burnett looks to end his season strong...
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A.J. Burnett takes the Hill in Rubber Match Against the A's

#455806758 / Yesterday, the Phillies (71-84) shutout the A’s (84-70), tying the series at a game apiece. The pitching in the game was excellent. Starter, Jerome Williams (6-7 4.71 ERA), pitched seven strong innings, only giving up four hits and a walk. The bullpen followed with two scoreless innings,...
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Giles’ Rookie Season is Best Historically Among Phils Freshman

There have been a number of amazing relief pitching performances in the Major Leagues this year. The resurrections of once top prospects Wade Davis (9-2, 3 saves, 0.93 ERA) and Andrew Miller (14.84 K/9 IP) have gotten a lot of attention, as has the meteoric rise of Yankees’ reliever Dellin Betances (1.33 ERA, 13.50 K/9 IP). Aroldis Chapman (2.20 ERA, 17.45 K/9 IP) is averaging...
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Phillies 3, Athletics 0

Jerome Williams made history and the Phillies snapped out of their late-season funk with a 3-0 win over the Athletics on Saturday. Williams pitched seven scoreless innings to become the first pitcher in major league history to beat one team three times in the same season with three different ballclubs, according to Elias Sports Bureau. Williams (4-2) had previously defeated the...
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Jerome Williams Makes History Against Oakland

Seattle Mariners ace Felix Hernandez is 4-0 against divisional rival Oakland A’s this season. Close behind is Jerome Williams with three wins. But let’s face it, the Philadelphia Phillies righty is no Hernandez…even though Williams is the one that made history Saturday night against Oakland with a 3-0 victory. You see, according to Elias Sports Bureau, the 32-year-old became...
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Rollins return still uncertain

Jimmy Rollins hasn’t played in a game for the Philadelphia Phillies since September 8th because of a strained hamstring. Rollins has been working out, running the bases, but the team is uncertain when he’ll actually return. My question is why even bother? We’re entering the final week of the season and for a team not in the race why not give the kids some action. “There...
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Giles Notches First MLB Save, Phils Win 3-0

Ken Giles entered the ninth inning in a situation he hasn’t yet faced in the Major Leagues earlier today: in his 42nd Major League appearance, the Albuquerquean entered a 3-0 game, Phils ahead, with a chance to earn his first big league save. On his 24th birthday, Giles got Stephen Vogt to strike out swinging then got third baseman Josh Donaldson to pop out to Marlon Byrd. The...
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Unique feat: Williams beats A's for third time with third team

OAKLAND, Calif. — Jerome Williams glanced at Philadelphia's schedule and realized he would be facing the Oakland Athletics yet again, with another new team. Three wins against the A's, three different uniforms — in the same season. What a thing. Williams pitched the Phillies to a 3-0 victory at Oakland on Saturday, adding to his wins against the A's while with Houston...
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Williams beats A's for third time with third team

OAKLAND, Calif. (AP) Jerome Williams beat the Athletics for the third time this season with three different teams, and Oakland missed an opportunity to extend its lead in the AL wild-card race with a 3-0 loss to the Philadelphia Phillies on Saturday. Freddy Galvis hit a two-run homer in the seventh inning against Dan Otero (8-2). Marlon Byrd added an RBI single in the eighth. The...
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Birthday Boy Giles Earns First Career Save in Phils Victory

Heading into today's game, the Phillies were looking to change their fortunes not only in interleague play, but play on the west coast in general. Last night, the Phillies faced Jon Lester. David Buchanan had one rough inning and the Phillies couldn't recover. The rookie only allowed three runs, making...
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Jerome Williams showed again today why he deserves to be in the Phillies 2015 starting rotation. Since joining the Phils, all he’s done is throw quality starts and keep the opposition honest. He’s gone at least six innings and allowed two runs or less in four of his last six starts. Today was more of […]
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Sizing Up Sandberg: Papelbon puts skipper in tough spot

Nice move: Ryne Sandberg has looked a lot like a robot this season. Everything about him, from his cliché, seemingly auto-prepared answers, to his actions in the dugout and even being around him he just seems very robotic. Well on Tuesday, he made a nice gesture that showed a more...
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Phillies Look to Tie Series Verus the A's in the Manitee

#455584850 / Last night, the Phillies (70-84) took the loss to the Oakland A’s (84-69). In the game, David Buchanan (6-8 3.77 ERA) pitched six and two third strong innings only giving up three runs and striking out six batters. Ryan Howard scored the lone run for the Phillies...
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LHP Loewen is a candidate for Phils rotation next season

With a considerable level of anticipation that the Phillies will experience some turnover with their pitching staff leading to next season, it feels as though fans and media alike have begun to say goodbye to certain hurlers. Who replaces those arms promises to be the focus of the team’s offseason. A candidate to fill a void in the Phillies’ rotation next is former big leaguer...
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Phillies Injury Update: Domonic Brown scratched

The Philadelphia Phillies fell to the Oakland A's on Friday by the score of 3-1. The loss dropped the Phillies to 70-84 on the season. The Phillies got their only run on a solo home run by Ryan Howard off Jon Lester, who won his 16th game of the season. The Phillies were without left fielder Domonic Brown, who was scratched from the lineup. #455650336 / gettyimages.comMatt...
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Gameday 154: Phillies at Athletics

Philadelphia Phillies (70-83) at Oakland Athletics (83-69) Starting Pitchers: PHI: David Buchannan (6-7, 3.75 ERA) vs. OAK: Jon Lester (15-10, 2.45 ERA)  Time: 9:35 EST, Coliseum TV: CSN Weather: Partly cloudy, 72 Media: Twitter and Facebook A note for today: 60 years ago today, the A’s played their last home game in Philadelphia before moving to Kansas City and eventually...
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A Lil' Something Special About Ben Revere

The last Philadelphia Phillies players to qualify for the batting title and hit over .300 on the season were Chase Utley (.332) and Aaron Roward (.309) back in 2007.  Fast forward seven years later and now we see Ben Revere on the verge of breaking the dry spell.  He's currently sitting on a .309 batting average (good for 4th in the NL) with 9 games remaining in the 2014...
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Wanna know how a baseball smells? Just ask this inquisitive young fan (video)

During Thursday’s tilt between the Philadelphia Phillies and San Diego Padres, a young fan got his hands on a foul ball off the bat of Wil Nieves. As the announcers note, the boy who corralled the ball bears a strong resemblance to “Squints” from “The Sandlot,” but it’s the other kid involved in the snagging […] The post Wanna know how a baseball smells? Just ask this...
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The Phillies Stink, So They Won't Spend Money?

Maybe I'm reading this wrong from David Murphy: As with Castillo, Tomas' eventual landing place will be determined by who values him the most. Since every team in the majors will be operating off the same information - Tomas' track record in Cuba's Serie Nacional and the World Baseball Classic...
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Gameday 153: Phillies vs. Padres

Philadelphia Phillies (70-82) at San Diego Padres (70-81) Starting Pitchers: PHI: Kyle Kendrick (9-12, 4.72 ERA) vs. SD: Robbie Erlin (3-4, 4.89)  Time: 9:10 EST, Petco Park TV: CSN Weather: Clear, 76 Media: Twitter and Facebook Lineup: Revere CF / Galvis SS / Byrd RF / Ruf 1B / Franco 3B / Brown LF / Nieves C / Blanco 2B / Kendrick P
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End of season post-mortem: Philadelphia Phillies

The Phillies just don’t know when to quit. They really should quit. It was another season of the Phillies trying to win with almost the exact same roster that lost 89 games the year before, only older. As you, but not Ruben Amaro Jr., probably guessed, it didn’t go very well. Preseason Prediction: I think third place is the ceiling for the Phillies, and the bottom of the National...
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