David Ortiz vehemently defended his reputation in a column Thursday. Here's that and more around baseball. Read More »
The Phillies will get a glimpse into the future Friday afternoon against the Yankees when top pitching prospect Aaron Nola makes a cameo start.
Looking for a test, Cole Hamels put himself into a tricky situation during Thursday's game against the Blue Jays and pitched himself out of trouble.
An oblique injury will sideline Phillies top prospect J.P. Crawford for a month when the season opens.
MLB Notes: David Ortiz defends his reputation in column 3h Comments (1)
Phillies Focus: Getting to know Aaron Nola 8h Comments (2)
In Thursday's Phillies Focus, Neil Hartman featured Phillies top pitching prospect Aaron Nola, who'll start against the Yankees Friday. Read More »
Freddy Galvis carries a big stick ... literally 1d Comments (3)
The phrase applies to Freddy Galvis, who at the urge of the Phillies' coaching staff is using a gigantic bat this spring to help shorten his swing. Read More »
Versatile Jordan Danks pushing for spot on Phillies’ bench 1d Comments (6)
Jordan Danks has never made an opening day roster, but his versatility and ability to play CF are making him a piece that could benefit the Phillies. Read More »
Astros 7, Phillies 1: Miguel Alfredo Gonzalez hit hard again 1d Comments (6)
Miguel Alfredo Gonzalez struggled again in his outing against the Astros on Wednesday as the Phils lost, 7-1. Read More »
Mike Schmidt to double Phillies broadcast schedule for '15 2d Comments (6)
Hall-of-Fame third baseman Mike Schmidt will double his workload in 2015 by adding Saturday games to his broadcasting schedule. Read More »
Phillies 5, Braves 3: Harang revs up; Ruf heats up 3d Comments (16)
Aaron Harang pitched well on Tuesday and looked like he's getting over his back ailment, and Darin Ruf continued to heat up at the plate. Read More »