Larry Andersen can see the light at the end of the tunnel for the Phillies.
Longtime baseball executive Andy MacPhail will take over the role as Team President from Pat Gillick at the end of the 2015 season. MacPhail is optimistic the team will be able to rebound from their current downward trend.
Phillies President Pat Gillick admits the franchise waited too long to start rebuilding.
Todd Zolecki reports that Pat Gillick has final say on Phillies personnel decisions and ultimately said no to Cuban prospect Yasmany Tomas.
Former Phillie Dick Allen fell one vote shy of reaching the Hall of Fame on Monday.
The Phillies have reportedly lost interest in outfielder Yasmany Tomas.
Pat Gillick admits everyone Phillie has a “for sale” sign.
Pat Gillick admits it may take a while for the Phillies to rebuild.
David Montgomery will take a leave of absence as he recovers from cancer surgery.
Tuesday is the Phillies home opener at Citizens Bank and this week marks the ten years anniversary of Philadelphia’s favorite sports venue, Citizens Bank Park, as voted on by fans during today’s Audio Roadshow poll question.
It may be mere personal opinion but I have always thought the sports halls of fame belong to the players, their personal domain. This is the season for Hall of Fame inductions and it’s possible the halls have been getting a bit crowded.
Former Phillies General Manager Pat Gillick was inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame on Sunday.
Brad Lidge has not pitched for the Phillies all season because of shoulder issues.
The Philadelphia Phillies and general manager Ruben Amaro Jr. agreed to a four-year contract extension on Saturday.
By Bill Campbell: Donovan McNabb and Jayson Werth were two of the most prominent competitors on the Philadelphia sports scene. Who would have believed that in the same calendar year, both would transfer to Washington, D.C., of all places?