- Joseph, Knapp lead Phils' rally over Mariners
The Phillies rallied for a pair of runs in the ninth off Mariners closer Edwin Diaz on Wednesday afternoon to pull out a 5-4 victory and secure their first winning road series since April.
- Lively, Phils take on hot deGrom in opener
Mets right-hander Jacob deGrom has been absolutely dominant in his last three starts. He hopes to keep the good times rolling in Friday night's series opener against the Phillies at Citi Field.
- Phillies energized after Galvis lights a fire
Coincidence? Maybe. But the Phillies have played better since Freddy Galvis expressed his frustrations Monday in Arizona -- using some choice language along the way -- about the team's poor play through 75 games.
- Moniak homers for Lakewood
Keegan Akin had showed progress in each of his starts this month before putting it all together on Tuesday to fire a career-high eight scoreless frames and lead Class A Advanced Frederick past Wilmington, 5-1.
- Franco's stellar offense, defense lead Phils
Occasionally, Phillies third baseman Maikel Franco shows flashes of the player he can be. And it excites manager Phil Mackanin.
- Nola goes 7 strong to lift Phillies over Mariners
Road wins have been a rarity for the Phillies this season, but right-hander Aaron Nola shut down the Mariners with seven innings of two-run ball en route to an 8-2 victory in Tuesday's Interleague series opener at Safeco Field.
- Kendrick tests hamstring, starts at DH
Howie Kendrick is getting closer to a full return for the Phillies.
- Reliever Garcia snags home run with hat
Reliever Garcia snags home run with hat
- Phillies Minor League review for June 19-25
Players of the Week: Reading outfielder Jiandido Tromp and Clearwater left-hander Cole Irvin.
- Williams, Cozens fuel IronPigs victory
After hitting .097 in 14 games with the Brewers, Lewis Brinson was optioned to Triple-A Colorado Springs and immediately got back on track. The No. 13 overall prospect was a perfect 4-for-4 and nearly hit for the cycle as Colorado Springs topped Omaha 14-
- Difficult season taking a toll on Phillies
It is becoming increasingly difficult to see the light at the end of the tunnel.
- Bats go quiet as Pivetta struggles in loss
It wasn't one of Zack Greinke's best outings, but the right-hander managed to allow just one run over five innings as the D-backs beat the Phillies, 6-1, on Monday afternoon to take three of four at Chase Field.
- Struggling Ramos optioned to Triple-A
Edubray Ramos dropped his head and put his hands on his knees after he allowed the D-backs to score the winning run in the 11th inning Sunday at Chase Field.
- Eickhoff, Kendrick not quite ready to return
Jerad Eickhoff is not quite ready to rejoin the Phillies' rotation. Howie Kendrick is not quite ready to rejoin the lineup, either.
- Hellickson solid, but Phillies fall in extras
Daniel Descalso's two-out single to right field scored Paul Goldschmidt from second base as the D-backs walked off the Phillies, 2-1, in 11 innings Sunday afternoon at Chase Field.
- Johnson and Kruk all smiles during photo op
Johnson and Kruk are all smiles during photo op
- Prospect Kingery gets promotion to Triple-A
Scott Kingery is one step closer to the big leagues. The Phillies on Sunday promoted him to Triple-A Lehigh Valley. He has been followed closely since he impressed onlookers with his splendid play in Spring Training and continued to put up monster numbers
- Is Hellickson pitching himself onto contender?
Jeremy Hellickson had a pair of starts in the past week that any postseason contender would love to have.
- Phils release pitcher Gomez, OF Saunders
The Phillies will release Michael Saunders and Jeanmar Gomez on Sunday.
- Lively homers for only runs in loss to D-backs
After a quiet Friday, the D-backs' offense broke out with 12 hits Saturday night, including a home run from Jake Lamb, which kick-started a three-run sixth as the D-backs beat the Phillies, 9-2, at Chase Field.
- Crawford collects three hits
Austin Riley's perfect day at the plate helped lead Class A Advanced Florida to a 4-3 win over Fort Myers on Saturday.
- Lively relishes first big league home run
The Phillies celebrated wildly as Ben Lively circled the bases in the fourth inning Saturday night at Chase Field. It would be their only highlight of the night.
- Romero featured in duel of the day
Here's a look at top prospects to watch in today's Minor League action.
- Phillies should be busy at Trade Deadline
The Phillies cut ties Tuesday with Michael Saunders and Jeanmar Gomez, but they will not be the only veterans removed from the 25-man roster this summer. The July 31 non-waiver Trade Deadline is a little more than five weeks away. The Phillies should be b
- Homers lift Leiter to win in first big league start
In his first big league start, Mark Leiter made it one to remember as he tossed six scoreless innings, helping the Phillies cool off the red-hot D-backs' offense in a 6-1 victory on Friday night at Chase Field.
- Leiter's first MLB win a sticky situation
Mark Leiter finished a postgame interview Friday night at Chase Field, then he quietly walked up the stairs into the Phillies' clubhouse and crawled into the laundry cart that awaited him. Jeremy Hellickson wheeled him into the showers. Teammates followed
- Mackanin, Neshek clear the air
Pete Mackanin and Pat Neshek have had a strange week. But both men said Thursday afternoon at Chase Field that there are no problems between them.
- Phillies stick with Herrera, despite mental errors
Odubel Herrera made a few notable mental mistakes Tuesday and Wednesday against the Cardinals, but he still found himself in the lineup Thursday night against Arizona at Chase Field.
- LAST DAY! All-Star voting ends 11:59 p.m. ET
Which Phillies are #ASGWorthy? Hurry up and vote. All-Star balloting ends at 11:59 p.m. ET.
- Phils ride HRs, Nola's 8 K's to snap skid
For the second straight game, the Phillies jumped out to a multi-run lead against the Cardinals. They held onto it Thursday. Behind 7 1/3 strong innings from Aaron Nola and a pair of solo homers from Freddy Galvis and Tommy Joseph, the Phillies topped the
- Nola sharp, shows signs of return to form
Aaron Nola turned in his sharpest start of the season Thursday, hitting his spots and helping the Phillies pick up a needed win.
- Gaffes waste Pivetta's 10-K outing
Thank Tommy Pham and countless Phillies mistakes for the Cardinals' 7-6 victory in 10 innings on Wednesday night at Citizens Bank Park.
- Phillies, top Draft pick Haseley agree to terms
Nobody really knows where Adam Haseley will be in a few years, or how good he will be. But the Phillies naturally are confident that Haseley -- selected with the eighth overall pick in the 2017 Draft -- will be a good big leaguer, and they signed him to a
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- Phillies' Top 30 Prospects list
Who do the Phillies have in the pipeline? Get scouting reports, video, stats, projected ETAs and more for Philly's Top 30 Prospects on MLBPipeline.com's Prospect Watch.
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