Dozens of dogs in all shapes and sizes took over Schuylkill River Park for a pup rally on Sunday, a show of Phillies spirit.
Chase Utley hit a two-run homer and an RBI single, helping the Philadelphia Phillies beat the Chicago Cubs 7-2 on Friday in the opener of Wrigley Field’s 100th anniversary season.
After splitting the first two game of their season-opening series down in Texas, the Phils will try to get out of the Lone Star State with a winning record as they battle the Rangers again on Wednesday night.
He didn’t fly with the team, but Jimmy Rollins will be in Texas and in the lineup for the Phillies Opening Day game against the Rangers.
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The omens came the first day of Spring Training, when Phils’ ace Cole Hamels opened by announcing he had biceps tendinitis and was behind schedule. That was followed by the supposed rift between Jimmy Rollins and manager Ryne Sandberg, a collective team hitting slump, and then for good measure, throw in some MRSA, which Freddy Galvis contracted.
A day after the Phillies announced Bobby Abreu would not make the roster, they gave him his unconditional release to pursue other options around Major League Baseball.
Chris Stigall talked to Phillies Outfielder Dom Brown from Clearwater on the last day of Spring Training on Talk Radio 1210 WPHT.
“For us, we’ve got all the confidence in the world,” Lee told reporters, “and expect to win and win the division and get to the World Series and win that ultimately. That’s what we’re expecting to do.”
The Washington Nationals have signed utilityman Kevin Frandsen to a major league contract for one year worth $900,000.
Chris Stigall talked with Phillies Second Baseman Chase Utley on Talk Radio 1210 WPHT from Spring Training in Clearwater, FL about the upcoming baseball season.
Infielder Kevin Frandsen has refused his minor league assignment, and has decided to become a free agent, the Phillies announced Tuesday.
The Phillies have released utility infielder Ronny Cedeno, the team announced Tuesday.
With a week left in Spring Training, Phillies fans are looking just about anywhere for a positive sign.
When spring training began for the Philadelphia Phillies in Clearwater, Fla., there was a dark cloud hovering over a franchise in disarray. Over the last few weeks, the skies have opened, raining on any positive thought fans could have for the 2014 season.