Kahn: No Such Thing As Meaningless BaseballA beautiful day at the ballpark is still enjoyable, even if the two teams stink.
Tuesday Night's Phillies-Braves Game Rained OutThe Phillies announced the postponement hours before the scheduled start, with rain forecast all night.
Rhys Hoskins Has Citizens Bank Park Buzzing AgainHoskins knocked his 11th homerun out of the park Sunday in a home game against the Cubs, becoming the fastest player in history to hit that mark.
Daulton 4th Former Phillie To Die After Battling Brain CancerDarren Daulton becomes the fourth former Philadelphia Phillies' player to die from an aggressive form of brain cancer called glioblastoma.
Sixers Top Draft Pick Makes First Pitch At Phillies GameIt was a special day at the ballpark for the NBA's first overall pick Markelle Fultz.
Phillies Trade Pitcher Joaquin Benoit To PiratesThe Philadelphia Phillies announced Monday afternoon that they have traded right-handed pitcher Joaquin Benoit.
Altherr Homers Twice To Lead Thompson, Phillies Past BravesTommy Joseph and Cameron Rupp also homered and Freddy Galvis had three hits for the Phillies, who have scored 19 runs on seven homers and 14 extra-base hits while winning the last two.
Rupp, Nola Help Phillies Blank Astros 9-0Maikel Franco homered and doubled and Tommy Joseph had two doubles for the Phillies, who had 14 hits while setting season highs with five doubles and nine extra-base hits.
News, Politics and Entertainment with The Chris Stigall Show | July 24Chris discusses Anthony Scaramucci being named the new White House Communications Director, Sean Spicer's resignation as Press Secretary and the dangers of not getting enough sleep. He spoke with author Joshua Green about his new book, 'Devil's Bargain,' at 8:00 and Cameron Rupp from the Philadelphia Phillies about the first annual 'Ruppapalooza,' to benefit the PSPCA at 8:20.
Phillies Erupt For 20 Hits, Beat Marlins 10-3The Philadelphia Phillies began slowly this season and then got worse, which made their fast start on Wednesday a surprise.
Austin Hedges Leads Padres To 4-3 Win Over PhilliesPhillies starter Nick Pivetta gave up three runs and five hits, striking out nine in seven innings.
Cole's Pitching, Hitting Lead Pirates Past Phillies, 5-2Josh Bell had an RBI triple and Jordy Mercer had two hits and also tripled for the Pirates, who have won three of four.

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