Phillies/MLB
Phillies/MLB

Phillies loaded with quality pitching at every level of their farm system

The Phillies have a long list of quality arms from the top of the system to the bottom. Sixto Sanchez tops the list and St. Augustine Prep's Zach Warren might be the best of the power bullpen arms.

Mickey Moniak back on Phillies’ prospect radar after strong second half with Clearwater | Minor league analysis

Part 2 of the series on the Phillies' minor-league system focuses on the outfielders and catchers.

Mickey Moniak back on Phillies’ prospect radar after strong second half with Clearwater | Minor league analysis

Part 2 of the series on the Phillies' minor-league system focuses on the outfielders and catchers.

Bryce Harper, not Manny Machado, should be Phillies’ top free-agent choice | Extra Innings

If you're picking between Harper and Machado, Machado's week has been troubling enough to make Harper the favorite.

Bryce Harper, not Manny Machado, should be Phillies’ top free-agent choice | Extra Innings

If you're picking between Harper and Machado, Machado's week has been troubling enough to make Harper the favorite.

Luis Garcia, 17-year-old shortstop, is Phillies’ most exciting infield prospect | Minor league analysis

A three-part review of the Phillies' 2018 minor-league system begins with the infielders.

Luis Garcia, 17-year-old shortstop, is Phillies’ most exciting infield prospect | Minor league analysis

A three-part review of the Phillies' 2018 minor-league system begins with the infielders.
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In the age of Xfinity Live, remembering an earlier Philadelphia ballpark bar

When you walked into Charlie Quinn's Deep Right Field Cafe, the small tavern across 20th Street from Connie Mack Stadium, the scent of history and spilled beer smacked you in the face.

Phillies enter intriguing offseason with difficult roster decisions

Even before the Phillies decide whether Bryce Harper or Manny Machado makes more sense for them, they must make choices about several players already on the roster.

Erik Kratz, former Phillie, is finally playing postseason baseball at 38

"I feel like it's an incredible opportunity to be here," the Brewers catcher says.

Phillies coach Dusty Wathan will interview for Texas Rangers managerial job

He was the runner-up to Gabe Kapler for the Phillies' job as manager last October.

Wilson Ramos wants to play every day, which makes a Phillies return seem unlikely

The Phillies should look this winter to pair Jorge Alfaro with a veteran backup who can help guide Alfaro but will come more cheaply than Ramos.

The Phillies should have enough money to nab at least one big-name free agent

The Phils will be flush with cash this winter. But will it be enough for a daily double of Bryce Harper and Manny Machado?

Lenny Dykstra indicted for drugs, threats following arrest in May

The former Phillie was arrested in May.

Kingery recounts 'daily struggle' to find swing during dismal rookie season

"I feel like I've never picked up a bat before," said the 24-year-old infielder, who ranked as one of the worst hitters in the majors this season.

Brewers sweep Rockies, advance to first NLCS since 2011 | MLB playoffs

Milwaukee will face the winner of Braves-Dodgers in the NLCS.

Doug Pederson accepts and deserves blame for Eagles loss

Doug Pederson wrote a book after the Eagles won the Super Bowl last season, but the year-after chapter of his story is not such a good read right now.

An Anon E. Moss message for Gabe Kapler

Gabe Kapler said he was seeking some anonymous feedback about his job performance. We're not sure this is what he had in mind.

Yelich would have looked good in a Phillies uniform

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