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Roy Rising: Phillies 9, Diamondbacks 5


Roy Halladay is back, and he's gonna kick your ass.

The Manuel Firing: Three Thoughts


A weird echo of Charlie's last dismissal, a mis-fit with the miserable team he's leaving, and where we all go from here.

Tanks for the Memories: Braves 4, Phillies 1


This game went pretty much as expected: Cliff Lee gave up some two-out, two-strike run-scoring hits, and the Phillies' bats did absolutely nothing against a rookie starter en route to their 13th...

Snuff Film w/Benny Hill Theme: Tigers 12, Phils 4


Three errors in an inning, two bases-loaded walks, and one punctuating grand slam, followed by consecutive John McDonald and Mini-Mart pinch-hitting appearances: Sunday's eighth straight loss had...

Keep the Phaith


They're in the throes of a season-long losing streak, their playoff odds are fading by the day, and it's SRO in the trainer's room. But we've got your reasons for hope right here.

Game of Inches: Mets 5, Phillies 0


Cliff Lee surrendered three two-out home runs and the Phillies couldn't touch Matt Harvey as they fell 5-0 to the Mets

Almost Means Nothing: Mets 5, Phillies 4


Cole Hamels can't stop the Mets; the Phillies can't get the big hit, or stay above .500

Free Frandsen! The Case for Trading M. Young


Michael Young has enjoyed a bounce-back season with the Phillies and attracted trade interest from AL contenders. With a better option already on hand, the Phils would be wise to move him.

Faith, Doubt & High Hopes: Phils 4, ChiSox 3 (10)


After playing 34 innings in just over a day, the Phillies reach the all-star break with a hard-fought win and a .500 record

Phillies Trade Chips: Pitchers


By dangling Cliff Lee and Jonathan Papelbon to pitching-hungry contenders, the Phillies could shorten their path back to contention... or they could join the long line of teams that lived to regret...

Now and Later: Phillies 7, Braves 3


Jonathan Pettibone turned in another strong start and Dom Brown continued to all-star it up as the Phillies turned aside the Braves

Phillies Trade Chips: Position Edition


As July begins, we take a look at four high-profile Phillies whose names are likely to come up in trade rumors if and when the team makes the decision to sell.

Reality Bites: Mets 8, Phillies 0


A great young pitcher leads a blowout of a bad team. Spoiler: it's the one we root for.

Mike Adams back to DL; J.C. Ramirez promoted


The Phillies' bullpen shuffle continues, as setup man Mike Adams returns to the disabled list and minor-league arm J.C. Ramirez is recalled to take his place

Thin Air, Thin Hopes: Rockies 5, Phillies 2


An ugly loss in Denver brings the Phils' ten-game road trip to a merciful end

Garbage Time: Brewers 9, Phillies 1


Bad hitting, bad defense, bad pitching: this one had it all.

The Agony of Victory: Phillies 7, Brewers 5


For the first seven innings, it was a cakewalk. For the last two, it was a minefield.

Who Are These Guys? Phillies 3, Reds 2


The Phillies eke out an improbable walkoff win over the Reds on two ninth-inning solo homers

Cloyd Optioned, DeFratus Recalled


Justin DeFratus can stake a claim to permanency in a shaky Phillies bullpen

Rebuilding on Air: Phils in Search of a New Core


If the 2013 Phillies continue to falter, don't expect a turnaround anytime soon.

Notes from Undergroundout: Marlins 14, Phillies 2


There's no good way to spin a 12-run loss to the worst team in the league.

Pinch Me: Phils' reserve hitters pacing NL


Through the first month, Phillies pinch-hitters are far outpacing the team's lineup regulars. And everybody else's.

Broom Service: Phillies 5, Mets 1


Hamels and Howard lead the way as Phils finish off a sweep of the Mets

The 'Bone is Rising: Pettibone to Debut Monday


The Phils' rotation depth faces an early test as Jonathan Pettibone preps for his big-league debut Monday night

Mystery Men: the Forgotten 2008 Phillies


Their tenure was brief, their contributions modest... but these eleven men can call themselves 2008 world champion Phillies

Left Hanging: Phillies 0, Reds 0 (suspended/9th)


Between downpours, the Phillies' Kyle Kendrick locked up with Reds starter Homer Bailey in a sharp pitcher's duel at Great American Ballpark.

Exhale: Phillies 2, Marlins 1


Phils Top Fish on Late Nix HR; Halladay Wins #200

The Upside: Phillies 8, Mets 3


And in the eighth game, it all came together: great pitching, timely power, and an easy win.

Worser: Mets 7, Phillies 2


Roy Halladay's tailspin continued in south Philly Monday night, while Mets starter Matt Harvey shut down the Phillies over seven dominant innings

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