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Phillies 2017 Preview: Middle Infield

Spring training is about to begin as pitchers and catchers are just days away from reporting to Clearwater for the first official workout of the year. 1,095 more words

Andres Blanco

Disappointed Ryan Howard definitely expected a car

Philadelphia, PA – Ryan Howard, the last member of the 2008 World Series roster, bade farewell to the fans and the organization yesterday in what was his last game in a Phillies uniform. 210 more words

BREAKING NEWS

Discussing why Jordy Mercer Should or Should not Win the Gold Glove Award

Jordy Mercer is often overlooked by fans and voters outside of Pittsburgh. This may have something to do with his seemingly lack of offense. Generally speaking, or so it has been in the past, players who win a gold glove often excel in the batter’s box, as well. 740 more words

Baseball

Discussing why Jordy Mercer Should or Should not Win the Gold Glove Award

Jordy Mercer is often overlooked by fans and voters outside of Pittsburgh. This may have something to do with his seemingly lack of offense. Generally speaking, or so it has been in the past, players who win a gold glove often excel in the batter’s box, as well. 741 more words

The Phillies’ Freddy Galvis rips team after his foul ball sends young girl to the hospital

Citizens Bank Park came to silence Saturday night after a Freddy Galvis foul ball struck a young girl in the face. The girl was taken to the hospital for evaluations, but Galvis had seen enough. 311 more words

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Phillies Offense Sparks in Win Over Colorado

For the third consecutive time, the Phillies offense spark, and the Phillies came away with the win defeating Colorado 6-3.

The Phillies started the game off with a high note when Maikel Franco sent a shot over the left center field wall to have Philly up 3-0. 289 more words

Phils beat Colorado 10-6

For the past couple of games, the offense has been really sparking for the Phillies.

This showed as Philadelphia defeated Colorado 10-6 at Citizens Bank Park in Philadelphia tonight. 528 more words