According to reports, the Phillies and Chase Utley have reached an agreement on a contract extension.
Two weeks ago in Philadelphia, there was a whole lot of nothing going on in sports. It was clearly the calm before the storm. Though the Phillies still did a whole lot of nothing, at least they made some news doing it this week.
Ruben Amaro called the 94WIP Morning Show to defend the team’s lack of trade deadline activity.
This team is in real, serious trouble. And it’s not the sort of trouble they can spend their way out of.
The Phillies have placed outfielder Ben Revere on the 15-day disabled list, one day after he broke his right foot by fouling a ball off of it.
If you haven’t had enough of the Phillies “buy or sell” discussion yet, I’ve got bad news for you. There are still three weeks left until the trade deadline, and the conversation will change every day depending on whether the Phillies have won the previous game.
Chris reviews the political response to the events in Egypt, the plane crash in San Francisco, and the implementation of the saggy pants ban in Wildwood. He also talks to Phillies Manager Charlie Manuel and Michael Bronstein and Jeff Roe on the Monday Morning Matchup.
The Phillies placed 1B Ryan Howard on the 15-day disabled list Saturday due to left knee inflammation.
Jonah Keri has never shied away from what he thinks about the Phillies, or their general manager Ruben Amaro.
Ruben Amaro says he wants Chase Utley to be a Phillie for life. Should he be?
Ruben Amaro says to trade Lee and Papelbon, the price would be very high.
Ruben Amaro says that win or lose this year, the Phillies have to start thinking about the future.
Yuni Betancourt and Nate Schierholtz are helping other teams, when they could he helping the Phillies.
Ruben Amaro says that he does not have a problem with the fact that Roy Halladay wasn’t clear with the team about shoulder pain.
After Roy Halladay’s second consecutive poor outing for the Phillies, just about everyone was surprised when Halladay said he’s been having pain in his shoulder. And ‘everyone’ includes both general manager Ruben Amaro and manager Charlie Manuel.