3/26/2015 | Oliver, Giles struggle in loss to Blue Jays
Phillies left-hander Andy Oliver remains a favorite to win a bullpen job, but the Rule 5 Draft pick has struggled in his last two Grapefruit League appearances. Phillies setup man Ken Giles allowed two hits, four runs, two walks and struck out one in 2/3 inning to blow the lead and game.
3/26/2015 | Hamels looks ready for opener
Cole Hamels looks ready for Opening Day. He allowed two hits, three walks and struck out four in five scoreless innings in Thursday's 4-1 loss to the Blue Jays at Auto Exchange Stadium.
3/26/2015 | Phillies acquire Lohman from Reds
The Phillies announced Thursday they have acquired shortstop Devin Lohman from the Reds for future considerations.
3/26/2015 | Billingsley feels good in two-inning Minors outing
This is just another small step for Phillies right-hander Chad Billingsley, but he is encouraged. He pitched two scoreless innings Thursday in a Minor League Spring Training game against the Yankees' Triple-A affiliate at Carpenter Complex.
3/26/2015 | Ruiz, Utley support Hamels' scoreless start vs. Blue Jays
Cole Hamels didn't allow a run and surrendered only two hits, but he did walk three batters while striking out four. It was Hamels' fifth outing of the spring with his innings total now sitting at 15 2/3 innings to go along with nine earned runs.
3/26/2015 | Saunders unlikely for Opening Day
The Blue Jays are not expecting outfielder Michael Saunders to be ready for Opening Day.
3/26/2015 | Phils scratch Asche with balky back
The Phillies have scratched Cody Asche from Thursday's lineup because of tightness in his back.
3/26/2015 | Oblique strain shelves prospect Crawford 4-6 weeks
Top Phillies prospect J.P. Crawford suffered a setback this week, straining his left oblique, which the Phillies said could sideline him four to six weeks.
3/26/2015 | Hollands exploring options, but elbow surgery likely
Mario Hollands has a firm grip on reality, but he still has a sliver of hope he will avoid surgery on his left elbow. He has a torn common flexor tendon, and surgery has been recommended because Hollands' first attempt at rehab failed -- the injury first surfaced in September, which ended his season -- but he has two other options: rest and PRP (Platelet-Rich Plasma) injection.
3/25/2015 | Galvis hopes heavier bat will translate into more hits
Freddy Galvis needs to display more offense than he has shown during Spring Training and in his 550 plate appearances with the Phillies.
3/25/2015 | Gomez enhances chance to win bullpen role
The Phillies entered Spring Training with plenty of candidates for three bullpen vacancies.
3/25/2015 | Rupp putting up big numbers to be Ruiz's backup
Cameron Rupp should be a cinch to be Carlos Ruiz's backup on the Opening Day roster.
3/25/2015 | Sandberg: Slowey needs to mix up his pitches
If the season started Wednesday, Kevin Slowey's numbers might make him the Phillies' No. 5 starter.
3/25/2015 | Gonzalez still up for rotation spot despite rough start
Miguel Alfredo Gonzalez is running out of time, but fortunately for him, the Phillies' fifth-starter options are limited.
3/25/2015 | Howard notches RBI, but other bats stay silent
Astros shortstop Carlos Correa powered the Astros to a 7-1 victory over the Phillies on Wednesday at Bright House Field.
3/24/2015 | Another homer shows Ruf heating up
Phillies outfielder Darin Ruf had a slow start to spring, but he remains in good shape to make the Opening Day roster.
3/24/2015 | Gonzalez sharp in first outing with Phils
Phillies prospect Severino Gonzalez is listed at 6-foot-1 and 153 pounds. He is so unassuming, he looked like the bat boy as he carried a couple bats and a batting helmet toward the visitors' clubhouse Tuesday at Champion Stadium.
3/24/2015 | Harang comes through Minors start with no setbacks
Right-hander Aaron Harang remained on schedule to start the second game of the regular season against the Red Sox at Citizens Bank Park, if that's what the Phillies decide, after pitching five innings against a Pirates Class A lineup on Tuesday at the Carpenter Complex.
3/24/2015 | Sitcom recreates The Vet for special Phillies episodes
"The Goldbergs" gives the Phillies and The Vet some love in "The Lost Boy" episode at 8:30 p.m. ET on Wednesday.
3/24/2015 | Phils' power backs prospect's strong start
Ryan Howard and Darin Ruf damaged Mike Foltynewicz's rotation bid with back-to-back third-inning home runs, and Brian Bogusevic delivered a decisive eighth-inning sacrifice fly for the Phillies in Tuesday afternoon's 5-3 win over the Braves at Champion Stadium.
3/24/2015 | With hot spring, Phelps emerging as bench candidate
It is pretty clear that Cord Phelps has made a favorable impression on Phillies coaches this spring.
3/24/2015 | Recovering Billingsley set to pitch in Minors game
Phillies right-hander Chad Billingsley hopes to clear another hurdle in his recovery Thursday.
3/24/2015 | Brown's Opening Day status in question
Phillies right fielder Domonic Brown has just 13 days to get himself ready for Opening Day.
3/24/2015 | Noles immortalized on TV by 'The Goldbergs'
Dickie Noles' phone and inbox blew up in November 2013, when ABC's "The Goldbergs" mentioned his name. In the "Call Me When You Get There" episode, Jeff Garlin's character, Murray Goldberg, was watching a Phillies' World Series game when he yelled, "Oh! What is that pitch?! That's garbage! I hate you, Dickie Noles!"
3/23/2015 | Improving Buchanan excited about playing critical role
David Buchanan surprised almost everybody in Phillies camp last spring. But he will leave camp this spring as a critical piece to the Phillies' rotation, especially with Cliff Lee almost certainly lost for the season with a torn tendon in his left elbow
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