Team News: Philadelphia Phillies

  • Phils' bullpen battle coming down to the wire
    Entering Spring Training, two or three vacant bullpen spots -- depending on whether Pete Mackanin was considering a seven- or eight-man bullpen -- represented about half the question marks for an otherwise decided 25-man roster. Five weeks later, no decis

  • Phils face tough roster decision with Coghlan
    If Chris Coghlan is not placed on the Phillies' Major League roster by Sunday, he must be released upon his request or placed on the roster within 48 hours.

  • Phils connect for 12 hits against Red Sox
    Veteran non-roster invitee Kyle Kendrick continued his impressive Spring Training by allowing two earned runs over six-plus innings, and the Red Sox dueled the Phillies to a 3-3 tie.

  • Venditte's 'uncanny' arms add new twist to NL
    Pat Venditte is the lone active switch-pitcher in the Majors, and he's preparing for his first NL season after being dealt from Seattle earlier this spring.

  • Rule 5 pick Milner returned from Tribe
    Hoby Milner understood the landscape when he stepped into the Indians' clubhouse at the start of this spring. There was only one bullpen spot available and Cleveland already had a pair of skilled veteran lefites on the team in Andrew Miller and Boone Loga

  • Hellickson's sharp 6 1/3 highlight Phils' effort
    The Yankees rallied late to grab their 20th victory of the spring, pushing two runs across in the ninth inning to walk off in a 3-2 Grapefruit League win over the Phillies at George M. Steinbrenner Field on Friday.

  • Goeddel, Thompson optioned by Phillies
    With a handful of moves made Friday morning and an impending organizational meeting on Sunday, the Phillies' 25-man roster is nearing completion as the team preps for Opening Day.

  • Pipeline report: Prospects in Phillies' camp
    Every Spring Training, prospects get a chance to show what they can do as they prepare for the season ahead. Some are competing for jobs in big league camps, others are prepping for the season as they vie for spots at Minor League affiliates up and down a

  • Q&A with Phillies prospect Cornelius Randolph
    As part of MLBPipeline.com's visit to all 30 Spring Training facilities, we'll be sitting down with prospects and getting to know them a little better. At Phillies camp, it was No. 10 prospect Cornelius Randolph.

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  • No rest: Knapp pushing for backup catcher role
    Andrew Knapp remains in the hunt to be the Phillies' backup catcher.

  • Bowa on Green: 'He did what he had to do'
    Dallas Green was made for Philadelphia. His quintessential blue-collar attitude and tendency to eschew the niceties sharpened the 1980 Phillies into a World Series champion in just his second year as manager.

  • Herrera homers, Nola solid for Phils
    Baserunning mistakes hampered the Phillies offensive attack, but Aaron Nola rebounded in his longest start of the spring in a 4-2 loss to the Minnesota Twins on Thursday at Spectrum Field.

  • Manuel recalls special, hard-won bond with Green
    Dallas Green, who managed the 1980 World Series championship team, died Wednesday at 82. He shared a special bond with Charlie Manuel, the only other Phillies manager to win a ring.

  • Green's candor, passion leave lasting impact
    Nobody in the game rode taller in the saddle than Dallas Green. Not 6-foot-7 Frank Howard nor 6-foot-11 Jon Rauch. Dallas Green was baseball's John Wayne, so upright and rigid and with such a commanding voice.

  • Baseball renaissance man Green dies at 82
    Dallas Green, manager of the 1980 World Series champion Philadelphia Phillies and a baseball renaissance man who held nearly every possible title during his five-plus decades in the game, died Wednesday. He was 82.

  • Velasquez K's 7, but hurt by HRs
    Greg Bird homered twice and Masahiro Tanaka continued his scoreless spring, keeping the Phillies off the scoreboard for 5 1/3 innings in a 7-3 Yankees win Wednesday at Spectrum Field.

  • Odubel scratched from lineup with leg cramps
    The Phillies scratched center fielder Odubel Herrera before Wednesday's 7-3 loss against the Yankees at Spectrum Field because of "cramping" in his legs.

  • Actor Teller diehard Phils fan, loves Daulton
    Actor Miles Teller is a huge Phillies fan and has been coming to Spring Training for years. Teller and his father, Michael, watched the Phillies play the Yankees on Wednesday afternoon in a 7-3 Grapefruit League loss at Spectrum Field.

  • Red light, green light: Drill to help Phils' baserunners
    A rosin bag propped up a Bluetooth-controlled LED light on the half-field mound Wednesday morning at Spectrum Field. The light is part of a new baserunning drill that Phillies first-base coach Mickey Morandini hopes will get his basestealers to take bette

  • Morgan not ready to jump to conclusions
    Adam Morgan pitched three scoreless innings Tuesday in a 9-5 victory over the Twins in a Grapefruit League game at Hammond Stadium. He has a 2.19 ERA in five Spring Training appearances as he competes for one of two available bullpen jobs.

  • Kendrick makes first spring start at 2B
    Howie Kendrick's versatility is a big reason why the Phillies acquired him in November.

  • Herrera, Galvis, late offense key for Phils
    Right-hander Jake Thompson threw three scoreless innings, Freddy Galvis hit his first homer of the spring and the Phillies rallied late with a go-ahead RBI single from Odubel Herrera in the ninth in a 9-5 win over the Twins on Tuesday at Hammond Stadium.

  • Herrera has eye on NL batting crown
    Odubel Herrera is one of those hitters that could lace a single to center field in his first plate appearance on Opening Day, even if he hadn't picked up a bat since October.

  • Phils are spoiled at short with Galvis, Crawford
    Larry Bowa, one of the two best shortstops the Phillies have ever employed, just shakes his head when he looks at the decision that's looming for the team at his old position.

  • Phillies give Hellickson 2nd straight OD start
    For the second straight year, the Phillies will begin the regular season in Cincinnati. And for the second straight year, veteran right-hander Jeremy Hellickson will be the Opening Day starter, manager Pete Mackanin said before Sunday's game, an 8-0 loss

  • Eickhoff on target, strikes out 9 vs. Rays
    Right-hander Jerad Eickhoff had a strong showing against the Rays on Sunday afternoon, going six innings and allowing two runs on four hits and no walks with nine strikeouts. But, his offense did him no favors, as four Rays pitchers combined to keep the P

  • Fantasy Player Preview: Dominate your draft
    From baseball's brightest stars to the next great fantasy steal lurking on the Phillies' depth chart, everything you need to know is one click away.

  • 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.

  • MLB.TV is counting down to Opening Day
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