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The Philadelphia Phillies (11-14) will look to stop their three-game skid on Thursday night against the New York Mets (18-9) in South Philadelphia. New York has won four-of-six from Philadelphia this season.
The Phillies (10-10) completed a four-game sweep of Colorado on Thursday in South Philadelphia, breaking out of an offensive funk in the process. The win pushed the Phillies back the .500 mark with a 10-10 record. Now their attention returns to the NL East.
The Phillies and the first place New York Mets (14-6) open a three-game set in Queens, NYC on Friday night.
As Spring Training camp formally opens for the Phillies, they have not shown any improvement from their mediocre 2021 season
On this Powder Blue Phillies Podcast, Geoff Mosher and Frank Klose talk the Phillies checking out Cole Hamels, Aaron Nola and vaccination, and the trade deadline.
Four Phillies, including Sunday’s starter Aaron Nola and third baseman Alec Bohm have hit the COVID-related injured list
We discuss the Phillies loss to the Atlanta Braves. What’s up with Aaron Nola? Scott Kingery is outrighted. And, Suzie Hunter calls in from the road to discuss her current fundraiser: She is visiting all 30 MLB Parks to raise money for the Boys & Girls Club.
Powder Blue Podcast: Phillies lose two tough games in Atlanta; Nola cannot come up big/ Neris throws a cookie to the Panda; Hoskins struggles after hot stretch.
Frank Klose and Geoff Mosher break down how the Phillies fared during their first four games, a 4-0 start.
A series preview of the weekend set between the Phillies (9-12) and division rival Atlanta Braves (14-11).
For the first time in Phillies (1-3) franchise history, the team will be playing a doubleheader comprised of two seven inning games. Both games against the New York Yankees (8-1) will be played in a mostly-empty Citizens Bank Park, however, the teams will split home team duties as the Phillies will play the “road” team in the first game and the “home” team for the second. Game one is scheduled to begin at 4:05 with game two starting roughly 35 minutes after game one concludes.
The Phillies resume play Monday night against the New York Yankees, but when will they be joined by their top two prospects, IF Alec Bohm and RHP Spencer Howard?
Earlier this week, STP writer Greg Hall had the chance to co-host the debut episode of a new podcast with former Phillies legend Mitch Williams.
The Phillies have made a decision on their starting rotation heading into their away series with the Toronto Blue Jays, oddly enough, being played at Citizen Bank Park.
On a night where Aaron Nola looked to run out of gas in the sixth, the Phillies offense was flat and a rookie made a rocky big-league debut out of the pen, SS Didi Gregorius shined bright. He had two hits including a home run in a 5-2 loss to the Marlins.
The Phillies (0-0) host the Miami Marlins (0-0) at Citizens Bank Park to open the 2020 season. RHP Aaron Nola faces off against 2019 NL All-Star RHP Sandy Alcantara for the Marlins.
Phillies starter Aaron Nola, previously held back from Summer Camp, reported to Citizens Bank Park and completed a bullpen in the outfield.
Phillies ace Aaron Nola was one of three Phillies who tested positive for COVID-19 and did not report to Summer Camp.
Phillies starter Aaron Nola could miss his Opening Day start after missing a few days with the flu.
Phillies starter Aaron Nola has thrown his last pitch in 2019
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The word going around is that the Flyers are going to be “aggressive” this offseason in the free agent and trade market, looking at all the ways they can upgrade the team. Quite frankly, they have no choice. All you have to do is look across the street for a reminder of just how relevant they are right now.