Tony Gwynn Jr. appreciated the standing ovation from the fans.
No matter how they felt about Bastardo, or doping, fans like Bob Saylor were disappointed to learn the reliever was using performance enhancing drugs.
Fans headed into the park for the afternoon game excited by news that the Phillies had signed pitcher Cole Hamels to a six-year, $144 million deal, the largest in Philadelphia sports history and the second highest for a major league pitcher.
By Paul Kurtz PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – The Phillies may be stuck in last place but fans still seem to be hopeful that the team can turn its fortunes around. “Ya gotta take the good with […]
When the 2012 Phillies walked into Citizens Bank Park Monday afternoon, fans couldn’t wait to play ball!
The Cool Dog Cafe along Route 70 in Cherry Hill, New Jersey reduced three dollar hot dogs to one dollar during the Phillies regular season opener.
The Phillies may have opened their season on the road on Thursday, but in many respects they should’ve felt right at home in Pittsburgh.
Eighty years ago, Philadelphia was also facing St. Louis in baseball although it was different in all sorts of ways.
Fans at the Phillies-Mets game began chanting “U-S-A! U-S-A!” as the news of Osama bin Laden’s death spread through Citizens Bank Park on Sunday night.
It was standing room only again at Brighthouse Field for today’s matchup between the Phillies and Yankees.
Here’s some good news for Phillies fans: The Phils are NOT completely sold out of tickets for the 2011 season. Yet.
Phils fans will be flocking to Florida for spring training but there are many fans who won’t have to travel far to see their Fightin’s.
The Phillies misfortunes in their NLCS matchup with the Giants has fans wondering what’s gone wrong, and one former Phillie believes that part of the problem is mental.
I’m trapped!!! Trapped I say! I’m surrounded on all sides by good weather, good food, great wine…and a bunch of people that are happy. And they’re dressed in orange and black. Problem is I’m not at a Flyers game.
The Phillies and Giants play game three this afternoon at 4 p.m., which means some fans will have to get creative to get out of work early enough to see first pitch.