Cole Hamels says he will not be ready for Opening Day because he’s behind in his rehab schedule.
Matt Stairs and Jamie Moyer will provide color analysis during Phillies broadcasts this season.
When Roy Halladay decided to call it quits in December, he became the first member of the best pitching staff in Phillies history to retire. There will now be a pair of aces who will no longer be in the dugout.
By Spike Eskin PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – I’ve always liked Donovan McNabb. I still like Donovan McNabb, though he has a tendency to make it more difficult than he once did. Often times I feel like […]
Mike Adams wants to contribute to the 2014 Phillies, that much is clear. Another season was taken from Adams in 2013 due to injury, and he is working hard to get back for the team.
Larry Bowa has filled just about every role possible with the Philadelphia Phillies.
Today is “truck day” as the Phillies load their truck for Spring Training in Clearwater, Florida. The WIP Morning Show, excited for baseball season and the Spring, asked on the WIP Audio Roadshow app, “How many games will the Phillies win in 2014?”
Charlie Manuel is back with the Phillies as an advisor to Ruben Amaro Jr. The team is also making sure he’ll be remembered forever as one of the organization’s all time greats.
There aren’t many who have been happy with the Phillies offseason. After winning just 73 games in 2013, a year after winning just 81, a return to playoff form based on the additions they’ve made seems unlikely.
Just like the lead up to the 2013 Phillies season, the 2014 version has a lot of “ifs” that have to come true for the Phillies to compete. Not the least of which is “if” Ryan Howard can be healthy, and have a return to the form that made him one of the premier sluggers in baseball.
Matt Stairs is not going to be the next Phillies television color analyst. But he has heard who might be.
With the signings of Bobby Abreu and Marlon Byrd, the Phillies are 2/3 of the way in recreating their 2004 outfield.
Instead of being bitter about being traded, Marlon Byrd feels like he was a part of the Phillies team that ended up winning the World Series in 2008.
Yesterday, the Phillies signed 39 year old outfielder and former Phillie, Bobby Abreu, to a one-year minor league deal worth $800,000.
The Phillies have signed Bobby Abreu.