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6/28/2015 | Nelson aims to build on stellar start vs. Phillies

The teams with Major League Baseball's two poorest records will meet for a four-game series beginning Monday, when Jimmy Nelson leads the Brewers into Citizens Bank Park against Sean O'Sullivan and the Phillies.


6/28/2015 | Phils keep hits coming in Game 2 win vs. Nats

The Phillies tallied 15 singles among 16 hits in an 8-5 victory in Game 2 of a straight doubleheader against the Nationals at Citizens Bank Park on Sunday.


6/28/2015 | Hernandez's 4-hit game ignites thriving Phils

The Phillies have survived plenty over the past week, but the team, especially the offense, thrived in an 8-5 victory in Game 2 of Sunday's doubleheader against the Nationals. Philadelphia put together two four-run innings and tallied 16 hits.


6/28/2015 | Gonzalez shows flashes in deepest outing

Severino Gonzalez picked up the win in Sunday evening's 8-5 victory over the Nationals in Game 2 of a doubleheader at Citizens Bank Park, but the Phillies need to see more from him if he expects to be part of their future.


6/28/2015 | Sixth-inning issues costly for Correia, Phillies

Managing two games at once isn't easy for anyone, especially not someone who's only been managing his team for three days. But with starter Kevin Correia on the mound in the sixth inning, that is what Phillies interim manager Pete Mackanin found himself doing.


6/28/2015 | Strasburg looks strong as Nats take Game 1

Nationals right-hander Stephen Strasburg looked like his old self on Sunday afternoon at Citizens Bank Park. He allowed four hits, two runs, one walk and struck out nine over seven innings in a 3-2 victory over the Phillies in Game 1 of a doubleheader. Phillies right fielder Jeff Francoeur hit a solo homer and had an RBI single to account for Philadelphia's two runs, as Kevin Correia allowed three runs (one earned) over 5 1/3 innings.


6/28/2015 | Francoeur sparks offense, lapses on defense

Jeff Francoeur provided most of the Phillies' entertainment in Game 1 of Sunday's doubleheader at Citizens Bank Park. He homered, hit an RBI single and made a costly fielding error in a 3-2 loss to the Nationals.


6/28/2015 | Prospect Joseph switching to first base

It seemed inevitable that Tommy Joseph would need to change positions to continue his baseball career. The change became official this week. The Phillies are moving Joseph from catcher to first base, following a string of concussions he sustained behind the plate since they acquired him in July 2012.


6/27/2015 | Phils rained out, set for twin bill vs. Nats

Adam Morgan's start Saturday vs. the Nationals was cut short, as the contest was postponed due to rain after an inning and a half. Saturday's game has been rescheduled as a doubleheader Sunday.


6/27/2015 | Sandberg's decision not Phils' 1st big surprise

Ryne Sandberg's decision to step down as manager of the Phillies was not the first time the franchise has been stunned by an unexpected departure. In fact, surprises of a similar magnitude occurred on at least three previous occasions.


6/27/2015 | Revere leaps to make outstanding grab

Phillies center fielder Ben Revere got a hit, stole a base and made one heck of a catch in the first two innings of Saturday afternoon's game against the Nationals at Citizens Bank Park.


6/27/2015 | Strasburg faces Phillies to open doubleheader

Kevin Correia will start for the Phillies and Stephen Strasburg will counter for the Nationals in Game 1 of a doubleheader following Saturday's rainout.


6/27/2015 | Gonzalez gets call vs. Nats in back end of DH

On Sunday at Citizens Bank Park, an entire weekend's worth of baseball will be wrapped into one afternoon as the Nats and Phillies finish up their straight doubleheader.


6/27/2015 | Crawford, Sandberg among top 10 prospect performers Friday

A trio of future Phillies made their mark on the Minor Leagues Friday night, including the team's No. 1 prospect J.P. Crawford.


6/26/2015 | Phils go down swinging to game's 'best pitcher'

Aaron Harang called Max Scherzer "the best pitcher in baseball right now," and that thought seemed to be on the Phillies' minds in a 5-2 loss to the Nationals on Friday. But Freddy Galvis broke up a no-hit bid with a double in the sixth and Ben Revere took Scherzer deep in the eighth.


6/26/2015 | Losing takes hefty toll on old-school Sandberg

Ryne Sandberg's decision to step down as Phillies manager on Friday, less than two years after taking over the team late in the 2013 season, was stunning. That he resigned after pouring so much of himself into the quest says more than words ever could about how the drip-drip-drip of losing must have gnawed at him.


6/26/2015 | Mackanin's time at Phils' helm is open-ended

With Ryne Sandberg's resignation as manager of the Phillies, Pete Mackanin is the guy for now. What happens in the future is a mystery.


6/26/2015 | 'Somber day' for Phillies as Ryno resigns

Former Phillies manager Ryne Sandberg shocked the entire organization Friday by announcing his resignation, and interim manager Pete Mackanin said he was "still numb" before Friday's game against the Nationals.


6/26/2015 | Sandberg steps down as Phillies manager

The Phillies announced Friday afternoon that Ryne Sandberg had resigned as manager. Pete Mackanin will be the interim manager at least through the weekend, but what happens after that is very much up in the air.


6/26/2015 | Rookie Morgan takes on Gonzalez, Nationals

A two-time All Star will take on a second-time starter Saturday when Adam Morgan and the Phillies host Gio Gonzalez and the Nationals for the second game of a three-game series.


6/26/2015 | Imperfect Scherzer still dominant over Phillies

For the third consecutive start, Max Scherzer flirted with a no-hitter, but after 16 straight full hitless innings, Scherzer proved to be human on Friday as the Nationals defeated the Phillies, 5-2, at Citizens Bank Park. Aaron Harang allowed all five runs (four earned) over six frames.


6/25/2015 | Hamels gives back to Philly with charity event

The sixth annual Diamonds and Denim charity event wasn't necessarily the last. Put on each year by Cole Hamels, his wife, Heidi, and their Hamels Foundation for the benefit of Philadelphia area schools, this year's event was cloaked in a little more uncertainty than usual, as the foundation's namesake is rumored to be on the trading block and possibly headed out of Philadelphia.


6/25/2015 | Crawford, Nola invited to Futures Game

J.P. Crawford and Aaron Nola figure to be big parts of the Phillies' future as the club's top two prospects. Crawford and Nola are ranked the No. 16 and No. 30 prospects in baseball, respectively, which is why they have been named to the U.S. Team in the SiriusXM All-Star Futures Game at Great American Ball Park in Cincinnati.


6/25/2015 | Franco making All-Star, NL ROY Award case

Maikel Franco had 10 RBIs in two games this week against the Yankees, so when he went 0-for-4 with one strikeout in Wednesday's 10-2 loss at Yankee Stadium, it confused a few people.


6/25/2015 | Futures teams loaded with Top 100 Prospects

A quick look at last year's SiriusXM All-Star Futures Game rosters should provide enough motivation to tune in to the prospect-laden game on All-Star Sunday, July 12, at Great American Ball Park in Cincinnati.




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