Are the Phils dangling Dom Brown? Brown's agent Scott Boras understands the rumors and the Phils' difficult predicament.
The Phillies are "selling the [crap] out of" Jonathan Papelbon and would pay part of his salary to move him, according to sources.
1dRyne Sandberg is at the winter meetings for the first time as a big-league manager, and he offered his take on what the Phillies need to address.
2dAs the winter meetings begin, the Phillies' focus remains on starting pitching depth, which could mean dealing Domonic Brown or Jonathan Papelbon.
2dAre the Phillies looking to deal Domonic Brown for pitching? Corey Seidman has the story on Beerleaguer.
2dMore teammates and coaches weighed in on Roy Halladay's retirement after 16 major-league seasons.
2dHow will a now-retired Roy Halladay satisfy his need for competition? "I'm trying to find a 35-and-over basketball league," he joked Monday.
2dRoy Halladay has taken an ad out in the Tuesday Philadelphia Daily News thanking Phillies fans and the city of Philadelphia for his time with the team.
2dPhillies past and present were saddened by Roy Halladay's retirement, calling him the best pitcher of his era and a sure-fire Hall of Famer.
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THE GOOD PHIGHT
For the first time since 1995, no Phillie had 60 or more walks.