- LIVE Color Feed: Phillies vs. Padres
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- Phils putting impressive young core in place
It's not a stretch to say that the Phillies' 2017 season has been disappointing; general manager Matt Klentak said as much in May.
- Players Weekend designs note charity, family
Tommy Joseph had the opportunity to design a pair of spikes for the inaugural Players Weekend at the end of the month, so he turned to his friends for help.
- Homers not enough, as Phillies fall to Padres
Cory Spangenberg had a two-run double and a homer and Hector Sanchez also went deep, backing Dinelson Lamet, who didn't allow a hit until the fifth inning Tuesday as the Padres topped the Phillies. Rookie Jorge Alfaro broke up Lamet's no-no with a two-run
- Statcast of the Day: Smoke behind Alfaro's HR
Jorge Alfaro showed his strength in Wednesday night's 8-4 loss to the Padres at Petco Park. He crushed a line-drive, two-run home run to center field in the fifth inning for the first homer of his career. The ball left his bat at 114.2 mph, according to S
- Sore left hamstring sidelines red-hot Herrera
Odubel Herrera has been one of the best players in baseball since the All-Star break, but he could miss time because of an injured left hamstring.
- Phils fall despite big nights by Herrera, Hoskins
Jose Pierla had a two-run single as part of a four-run sixth and Cory Spangenberg slugged his third home run in the last two games as the Padres raced past the Phillies in Monday's opener. Rookie Rhys Hoskins slugged his first two big league home runs and
- Hoskins launches first two big league homers
Rookie Rhys Hoskins, who hit 29 homers in Triple-A this season, hit his first two big league home runs on Monday against the padres.
- Inbox: What does the future hold for Herrera?
Phillies beat reporter Todd Zolecki tackles questions from fans in his latest Inbox, including one regarding the red-hot Odubel Herrera.
- Phils fall behind, offense can't back Eflin in loss
Through the turbulence of mounting losses, multiple trades and near-daily clubhouse turnover, few Mets have provided more stability than Curtis Granderson. Playing out what are likely to be his final weeks with the Mets, Granderson hit a two-run homer Sun
- A day of firsts for Hoskins: RBI then base hit
Just 72 hours ago, Rhys Hoskins received his first Major League uniform and starting nod from his new skipper. Another pair of firsts fell off his big league to-do list Sunday: his first RBI and first base knock.
- Phils roll behind Nola's gem, Herrera's streak
Better late than never. The Phillies dinked and dunked their way past the Mets on Saturday at Citizens Bank Park, 3-1, behind timely base hits and solid pitching.
- Nola continues dominant ways against Mets
On Alumni Weekend, when the franchise's greats were honored pregame, it was Phillies right-hander Aaron Nola, some two-and-a-half hours later, who received the last round of applause.
- Joseph doesn't need extra motivation
Tommy Joseph said last month that baseball players must be comfortable being uncomfortable.
- Velasquez placed on DL with right finger injury
Having left Thursday's game after the first inning with numbness in his right middle finger, Vince Velasquez was placed on the 10-day disabled list Friday. No further explanation was given beyond a "right middle finger injury." The Phillies recalled utili
- Phils fight back, but fall to Mets on late homer
It was Amed Rosario's first, and he made it count. On the day Mets No. 2 prospect Dominic Smith debuted, it was Rosario, their No. 1 prospect according to MLBPipeline.com, who stole the show. Just minutes after the Phillies climbed back to tie the game in
- Altherr expected to be out until September
Rhys Hoskins joined the Phillies this week because Aaron Altherr is expected to be on the disabled list until September with a strained right hamstring.
- Howard flashes dominance for Williamsport
Free from the pitcher-friendly ballparks of the Florida State League, Nick Senzel's home-run power is starting to show in earnest.
- Leiter sharp in relief, but Phils go quietly vs. NY
Michael Conforto started in the No. 4 spot for the first time this season in Thursday night's 10-0 victory over the Phillies at Citizens Bank Park. He worked a two-out walk and scored in the first inning, then hit a three-run home run off the left-field f
- Klentak talks Phils' future as rebuild coalesces
The pieces continue to fall into place, even if the Phillies had to reshape one this week to get Rhys Hoskins to the big leagues.
- Mayo: What to expect from Hoskins in bigs
Jonathan Mayo breaks down what the Phillies can expect from slugger Rhys Hoskins in the big leagues.
- Red-hot Herrera slugging into Phillies history
Everybody is studying the Phillies these days, trying to find the players that will be on the roster in a couple years. Got to have Odubel Herrera on there, right?
- Eickhoff strong as Phillies hold off Braves
The Braves accounted for each of the three losses the mighty Dodgers experienced during a recent 24-game span. But they have also encountered nothing but frustration against the last-place Phillies, who extended their success against their National League
- Eflin feels better in return as results show
Zach Eflin said he finally feels like himself on the pitcher's mound.
- Herrera homers on ball 0.73 feet off the ground
Herrera homers on ball 0.73 feet off the ground
- Herrera (3 hits) backs Eflin's gem in Phils' win
Odubel Herrera's 12th homer sparked a three-run fifth inning and provided more than enough insurance to help the Phillies cruise to a 5-2 victory over the Braves on Tuesday at SunTrust Park.
- Knapp to DL; Alfaro to see increased chance
Andrew Knapp's right hand is worse than the Phillies originally thought, which means an extended opportunity for Jorge Alfaro.
- Friends recall Daulton's magnetism, passion
Darren Daulton led one of the most memorable and beloved teams in Phillies history to the 1993 National League pennant. He became an iconic figure in Philadelphia sports history in the process, a symbol of leadership and toughness in a city that treasures
- 'Dutch' had incomparable presence, courage
Darren Daulton always believed he could overcome any obstacle. It was that sort of determination that allowed the 25th-round Draft choice out of tiny Cowley County (Kansas) Community College to become one of the most respected players of his era. He was t
- 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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