3/30/2015 | Sandberg calls loss to Pirates 'unacceptable'
Ryne Sandberg's emotions are difficult to read, but he seemed relatively upset Monday afternoon at McKechnie Field. The Phillies lost to the Pirates in ugly fashion, 18-4.
3/30/2015 | Prospect Eflin's start part of Phils' focus on future
The Phillies have highlighted three of their better pitching prospects in the past week with Aaron Nola, Severino Gonzalez and Zach Eflin each getting a start.
3/30/2015 | Benches clear, two ejected in Phils-Bucs game
Benches and bullpens cleared before the bottom of the fifth inning of an 18-4 loss to the Pirates, but nobody threw any punches. Rodriguez thought Slowey quick-pitched him in his fourth-inning plate appearance, which Slowey won with a strikeout. Sean Rodriguez thought he had called time on the play, but home plate umpire Chad Fairchild never awarded it.
3/30/2015 | Sofield, Samuel ejected after benches-clearing incident
The benches emptied and two coaches were ejected Monday in a game between the Pirates and Phillies that featured six Bucs homers in a rout of Philadelphia.
3/30/2015 | Phillies looking outside for rotation help
Ruben Amaro Jr. said Monday the Phillies are looking outside the organization for starting pitching help.
3/30/2015 | Phils' Gonzalez deal might not pan out
The Phillies thought so highly of Miguel Alfredo Gonzalez in the summer of 2013 that they offered him a six-year, $48 million contract. They fully expected him to jump into the 2014 rotation behind Cole Hamels and Cliff Lee. But more than a year into his three-year, $12 million contract (Gonzalez lost $36 million because of concerns following his physical), the Phillies have received no return on their investment.
3/30/2015 | Amaro weighs in on Opening Day roster decisions
Ruben Amaro Jr. said the Phillies have about four or five decisions to make before they finalize the Opening Day roster.
3/30/2015 | Galvis notches first spring homer as Phillies struggle vs. Bucs
Freddy Galvis hit his first spring homer in the sixth, a two-run shot to right field off Adrian Sampson.
3/29/2015 | Herrera to start in center field, Revere in left on Opening Day
Phillies manager Ryne Sandberg announced that Odubel Herrera will be the team's Opening Day center field and Ben Revere will start in left field.
3/29/2015 | Revere breaks promise with leaping catch to rob Davis
Ben Revere promised Rajai Davis to take it easy on him in left field. Then, Davis sent a long fly ball to left which should have been a home run, and Revere broke that promise and made a nifty leaping catch.
3/29/2015 | Asche close to returning with an eye on Opening Day
The Phillies are down two starters this week, but at least one of them, Cody Asche, is close to returning to the lineup.
3/29/2015 | Utley homers twice in tie with Tigers
Chase Utley hit two home runs and Russ Canzler also homered as Aaron Harang struck out five over 5 1/3 innings in the Phillies' 4-4 tie with the Tigers on Sunday.
3/29/2015 | New to broadcast, Davis says '15 Phillies need balance
Former MLB catcher Ben Davis will join the Phillies' broadcast booth this season, and took some time to discuss what he expects from the 2015 season.
3/29/2015 | Hamels named Phillies' Opening Day starter
Cole Hamels will start for the Philadelphia Phillies on Opening Day, followed by Aaron Harang.
3/29/2015 | Gonzalez optioned to Triple-A after tough spring
Miguel Alfred Gonzalez has not yet come close to the hype, struggling through a tough spring and getting optioned to Triple-A Lehigh Valley on Sunday.
3/28/2015 | Sandberg concerned about lack of offense
The Phillies managed only one run in a loss to the Twins on Saturday, and manager Ryne Sandberg is admittedly concerned about his team's offense.
3/28/2015 | Williams shakes off struggles, eyes final spring tuneup
Jerome Williams was able to shake off a tough outing on Saturday in which he allowed four earned runs on nine hits over four-plus innings in a loss to the Twins.
3/28/2015 | Williams struggles in Grapefruit loss to Twins
Odubel Herrera had an RBI single to account for the Phillies' only run as Jerome Williams struggled over four-plus innings in a loss to the Twins on Saturday.
3/27/2015 | Sandberg not worried about Diekman, Giles
If the Phillies expect to be strong anywhere this season, they expect to be strong in the bullpen. But with Opening Day 10 days away, Ken Giles and Jake Diekman are still searching for their best stuff.
3/27/2015 | Eflin next Phils prospect in line for Grapefruit start
The Phillies are giving one more pitching prospect a look before they head to Philadelphia next Thursday. They announced Friday that right-hander Zach Eflin will start Monday afternoon against the Pirates in Bradenton.
3/27/2015 | Nola goes three strong in debut before 'pen falters
Yankees second baseman Stephen Drew had three hits and two RBIs in Friday's 10-0 rain-shortened victory over the Phillies at Bright House Field. Jonathan Papelbon pitched a scoreless first for the Phils before No. 2 prospect Aaron Nola tossed three solid frames.
3/27/2015 | Brown's injury likely to impact Opening Day roster
It seems more and more likely that Phillies right fielder Domonic Brown will open the season on the disabled list.
3/27/2015 | Prospect Nola turns heads with impressive debut
Aaron Nola is just 21 years old, and he is scheduled to open the season at Double-A Reading. But in a year that's all about the future, Phillies fans caught a glimpse of what could be on Friday afternoon at Bright House Field.
3/27/2015 | Myers sees old Phils friends, talks country music
Brett Myers brought himself, his son Kolt and his World Series championship ring to Bright House Field on Friday.
3/26/2015 | Oliver, Giles struggle in loss to Blue Jays
Phillies left-hander Andy Oliver remains a favorite to win a bullpen job, but the Rule 5 Draft pick has struggled in his last two Grapefruit League appearances. Phillies setup man Ken Giles allowed two hits, four runs, two walks and struck out one in 2/3 inning to blow the lead and game.
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