Have you ever really looked around at the types of people in the crowd during a baseball game? Well, maybe now you will.
Former Phillies PR director Larry Shenk has been busy writing a book about his five decades working for the team.
Considering the Phillies are in their 132nd season, third base has been an issue for most of their existence.
A young cancer survivor who defied the odds on and off the baseball field is now giving back.
The Phillies have outrighted utility infielder, Jayson Nix, to Lehigh Valley (AAA). Nix, who is 6-39 (.154) with the Phillies this season, has the option to become a free agent.
It has been quite the start to the season for Reading outfielder Cameron Perkins.
Phillies closer, Jonathan Papelbon, is in the midst of 11 straight saves and has not allowed a run since April 2nd in Texas.
They will look to get back in the win column tonight as they host Toronto again.
Phillies manager, Ryne Sandberg, joined the WIP Morning Show on Monday morning to discuss the recent success his team is having. First thing is first, however, as everyone wanted to hear the story of how Sandberg got caught in the Broad Street run on Sunday, while on his way to Citizens Bank Park.
“I probably would have never made it through college without baseball, so I’m thankful for that. I really am proud that I got to play on that level.”
Right-handed pitcher Patrick Christensen enjoyed a dominant career as the hammer at the back of the bullpen for La Salle University.
The Phils will be there next week on May 7th and 8th. Why venture to Canada for baseball? Well, here’s why.
The Phillies Wednesday night game against the New York Mets has been postponed, and rescheduled for June 2nd.
If you are fan of college baseball, then Wednesday was your kind of day.
The Phillies are back at .500 with a record of 10-10 and on Wednesday night they will continue their series in Los Angeles, looking for a fourth straight win.