Team News: Philadelphia Phillies

  • Lively set for second straight start vs. D-backs
    D-backs left-hander Robbie Ray hopes for a better outing Saturday night against the Phillies at Chase Field. The Phillies will counter with Ben Lively.

  • Homers lift Leiter to win in first big league start
    In his first big league start, Mark Leiter made it one to remember as he tossed six scoreless innings, helping the Phillies cool off the red-hot D-backs' offense in a 6-1 victory on Friday night at Chase Field.

  • Mackanin, Neshek clear the air
    Pete Mackanin and Pat Neshek have had a strange week. But both men said Thursday afternoon at Chase Field that there are no problems between them.

  • Phillies stick with Herrera, despite mental errors
    Odubel Herrera made a few notable mental mistakes Tuesday and Wednesday against the Cardinals, but he still found himself in the lineup Thursday night against Arizona at Chase Field.

  • ALL-STAR VOTE: Time is running out!
    Which Phillies are #ASGWorthy? Hurry up and vote. All-Star balloting ends Thursday at 11:59 p.m. ET.

  • Phils ride HRs, Nola's 8 K's to snap skid
    For the second straight game, the Phillies jumped out to a multi-run lead against the Cardinals. They held onto it Thursday. Behind 7 1/3 strong innings from Aaron Nola and a pair of solo homers from Freddy Galvis and Tommy Joseph, the Phillies topped the

  • Nola sharp, shows signs of return to form
    Aaron Nola turned in his sharpest start of the season Thursday, hitting his spots and helping the Phillies pick up a needed win.

  • Gaffes waste Pivetta's 10-K outing
    Thank Tommy Pham and countless Phillies mistakes for the Cardinals' 7-6 victory in 10 innings on Wednesday night at Citizens Bank Park.

  • Phils moving on after mistake-filled contest
    Odubel Herrera running through Juan Samuel's stop sign was just one of several miscues that cost the Phillies in a loss to the Cardinals on Wednesday.

  • Phillies, top Draft pick Haseley agree to terms
    Nobody really knows where Adam Haseley will be in a few years, or how good he will be. But the Phillies naturally are confident that Haseley -- selected with the eighth overall pick in the 2017 Draft -- will be a good big leaguer, and they signed him to a

  • Phillies promote Milner, Perkins from Triple-A
    The Phillies promoted Hoby Milner and Cameron Perkins on Wednesday to replace Michael Saunders and Jeanmar Gomez, who were designated for assignment on Tuesday.

  • Prospect Davis caught a line drive barehanded
    Prospect Davis caught a line drive barehanded

  • Hellickson showcases worth in limiting Cards
    Jeremy Hellickson shook his head at the question late Tuesday night at Citizens Bank Park. Does he expect to be traded? "I don't know," he said with a chuckle. "I have no idea. Wish I had an answer for you."

  • Phillies take Cardinals to 11th, then unravel
    The Cardinals wouldn't mind seeing a few more games against the Phillies on their schedule. Stephen Piscotty, Yadier Molina and Tommy Pham came up with big hits during a seven-run 11th inning Tuesday night in an 8-1 victory at Citizens Bank Park.

  • Phillies Minor League review for June 12-18
    Players of the Week: Lakewood first baseman Darick Hall and Lakewood pitchers Adonis Medina and JoJo Romero.

  • Phillies part ways with Saunders, Gomez
    The Phillies finally reached the end of the line with Michael Saunders and Jeanmar Gomez. They announced Tuesday that they had designated the struggling veterans for assignment. If the Phillies cannot trade them within seven days they will be released. Ou

  • Hoskins, Appel lead IronPigs to win
    The powerful bat of Rhys Hoskins backed Mark Appel's career-best effort on the mound on Monday as Triple-A Lehigh Valley shut out Pawtucket, 5-0.

  • It's a tight race for outfield spot in NL voting
    The Major League Baseball All-Star Game, presented by MasterCard, is nearly three weeks away and the race for the third outfield spot is tightening upon the fourth installment of the Esurance MLB All-Star Game Ballot fan voting for National League starter

  • Romero makes Pipeline Team of the Week
    MLBPipeline.com's Prospect Team of the Week honors the best performances from the previous seven days. Any player currently on an organization Top 30 Prospects list on our Prospect Watch is eligible, including big leaguers.

  • Phillies excited to see Draft strategy play out
    With their first three picks in the 2017 MLB Draft, the Phillies drafted three college players. Last year with those picks, they selected three high school players.

  • Phils cough up late lead, fall in 10th inning
    Rey Fuentes entered the game as a potential game-tying run in the eighth. He rounded the bases as the go-ahead run in the 10th.

  • Lively settles down, gets another quality start
    The newest addition to the Phillies starting rotation is pitching like he's been here before. With another serviceable outing Sunday, Ben Lively became the first Phillies starter to begin his Major League career with four consecutive quality starts since

  • Kingery doubles twice for Reading
    Bobby Bradley's season got off to a rough start as he went hitless in seven of his first 10 days and batted just .176 over the month of April. However, Bradley picked it up by hitting .271 in May, and after another strong performance on Saturday, the Indi

  • Velasquez wants to emulate dad's mindset
    Gathered around the dinner table, family decisions are nothing new to the Velasquez household. It's the way all major choices get made.

  • Phils watching glimpse of the future in Altherr
    On paper it was just an inning-ending double play, but Aaron Altherr's howitzer throw home after hauling in a would-be sacrifice fly is yet another sign that the young outfielder, and his uniquely well-rounded game, could be a staple in Philadelphia's out

  • Eickhoff effective, but Phils quieted in loss
    What the D-backs couldn't do off Jerad Eickhoff for six innings, they accomplished the inning after he left the game. Arizona used a four-run seventh inning against the Phillies' bullpen to clinch a series win with a 5-1 victory.

  • 'Trip of a lifetime' for Pitch, Hit and Run kids
    Saturday morning's Scotts MLB Pitch, Hit & Run competition at Citizens Bank Park gathered the best baseball and softball players between the ages of seven and 14 to compete for a spot in the event finals during the 2017 MLB All-Star weekend in Miami,

  • Cozens, Hoskins homer for IronPigs
    Pitchers in the Pacific Coast League are quickly learning that Ryan McMahon is a threat to do damage each time he steps to the plate.

  • Nola's growth hinges on minimizing mistakes
    It's just a mistake here and there standing in the way of Aaron Nola taking the next step. In Friday's 5-4 loss to the D-backs, the Phillies right-hander turned in a solid first six innings, allowing two runs on six hits before returning for the seventh.

  • The Phillie Phanatic messes with some fans
    The Phillie Phanatic messes with some fans

  • Rough 7th inning costs Phillies in loss
    It was the quantity, not quality, of hits in the D-backs' series-opening 5-4 win that pushed them past the Phillies in a back-and-forth contest on Friday night at Citizens Bank Park.

  • Lively's success a blueprint for Phils pitchers
    Sixty-five games into the season, the Phillies have shuffled through eight starting pitchers who combined to post the third-highest ERA of any rotation in baseball.

  • MLB.TV: Watch every night on every device
    Yearly subscriptions have been lowered to $99.99 for MLB.TV Premium and $79.99 for Single Team subscriptions, making it a good time to join a celebration of 15 years for the world's longest-running and most successful live streaming sports product.

  • Phillies' Top 30 Prospects list
    Who do the Phillies have in the pipeline? Get scouting reports, video, stats, projected ETAs and more for Philly's Top 30 Prospects on MLBPipeline.com's Prospect Watch.

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