It hasn’t been a good couple of days for the Phillies bench.
Phillies bench coach Larry Bowa says that he’s concerned about the team’s offensive production.
Darin Ruf’s mission to make the 2014 Phillies Opening Day roster may have taken a hit on Thursday.
Trade rumors or not, if you listen to Jimmy Rollins and Ruben Amaro, the shortstop isn’t going anywhere.
The rumors have been swirling over the last several weeks regarding potential trades of Eagles wide receiver DeSean Jackson, and Phillies shortstop Jimmy Rollins.
Jimmy Rollins can not be traded without his consent. He’s made it clear that he’s not planning on giving that consent any time soon.
Cole Hamels will not be available to pitch opening day for the Phillies. Their backup plan isn’t half bad.
He’s said it before, and he’s saying it again. Jimmy Rollins wants to be the Phillies’ all-time hit leader, and there is very little chance of him waiving his no-trade clause.
Lee allowed three hits, struck out three and walked one in his fourth spring training start.
Hold the phone on Cole Hamels.
It probably won’t go down like Jimmy Rollins’ famous “team to beat” proclamation, but Ben Revere made a pledge to Phillies fans on Friday: the playoffs.
Despite a baseball career littered with accolades, Philadelphia’s new leader is treating his seat in the dugout like he did every inning at second base during his time in the National League.
The 94WIP Morning Show announced their Winners and Weasels for the week of March 14, 2014.
Some MLB scouts seem skeptical that the Phillies have any chance at all this year.
Jimmy Rollins hasn’t played in three consecutive Phillies Spring Training games. Rollins says manager Ryne Sandberg hasn’t told him why that is. General manager Ruben Amaro thinks it’s no big deal.