Ryne Sandberg on Saturday confirmed the Phillies will be trimming their roster again soon and said he'd like to see more offense and sharper defense from his club. Read More »
Ryne Sandberg finally stated the obvious Sunday afternoon: Cole Hamels will be the Phillies' starting pitcher on opening day.
Ben Revere, who made the catch of the spring on Sunday, will continue to play in left field for the Phillies when the regular season begins next week.
After another lackluster spring with the Phils, Miguel Alfredo Gonzalez is headed back to the minors as part of the team's round of roster cuts Sunday.
Ryne Sandberg wants improvement as cuts loom 1d Comments (13)
Twins 7, Phillies 1: Jerome Williams knocked around again 1d Comments (9)
Jerome Williams was rocked again on Saturday in the Phillies' 7-1 exhibition loss to the Twins on Saturday, but the right-hander isn't worried. Read More »
MLB Notes: Ex-Phillies prospect Drabek claimed by White Sox 1d Comments (1)
The Chicago White Sox on Friday night claimed former Phillies prospect Kyle Drabek off waivers from Toronto. Here's that and more around baseball. Read More »
Huh, interesting, Blue Jays’ GM watches Papelbon pitch 2d Comments (10)
Blue Jays GM Alex Anthopoulos checked out the Phils' game Friday. Maybe he came for the cheesesteaks or maybe it was to see Jonathan Papelbon. Read More »
Yankees 10, Phillies 0: Nola shines, Diekman doesn’t 2d Comments (10)
Aaron Nola experienced what could be the first of many thrills in a Phillies uniform when he tossed three scoreless innings on Friday. Jake Diekman, however, is another story. Read More »
Ryne Sandberg hints Dom Brown could start season on DL 2d Comments (9)
Phillies manager Ryne Sandberg on Friday hinted that rightfielder Domonic Brown, who has been sidelined with Achilles tendinitis, could start 2015 on the disabled list. Read More »
MLB Notes: David Ortiz defends his reputation in column 2d Comments (2)
David Ortiz defended his reputation regarding steroids in a recent column. Here's that and more from around baseball. Read More »