PHILLIES RUMORS & GOSSIP

Indians rally falls short, edged by Phillies 4-3

PHILADELPHIA (AP) Freddy Galvis homered and had the go-ahead single to lead the Philadelphia Phillies to their fifth straight win, 4-3 over the Cleveland Indians on Saturday night.The Phillies (14-10) have won eight of nine and are four games over .500 for the first time since they finished the 2011 season 102-60.Jeanmar Gomez had Phillies fans on edge in the ninth before he earned...
Via Associated Press
7 hours ago  |  Discuss

Catch by Bourjos saves save for Gomez

Peter Bourjos froze momentarily before he broke toward the right field wall in the top of the ninth inning Saturday night at Citizens Bank Park.
Via Phillies.com
7 hours ago

Bour-jos Catch Saves Phillies from Potential Disaster in 9th

Philadelphia PA: If you said the Phillies would start the season above .500 and sweep the Washington Nationals, most people would have thought you lost your marbles. Well the young squad has been a pleasant surprise and are clearly playing some quality baseball. As mentioned the Phillies came into this current series with a sweep to the Nationals and have now won their 5th straight...
Via Complete Philly Coverage
9 hours ago

Just another W: Phillies 4, Indians 3

A cast of unlikely heroes brought the Phillies their latest win. Phillies win again! BRING ON THE FACTOIDS. The Phillies would be in first place if they played in the NL West or AL West. Which they do not, of course. — Ryan Lawrence (@ryanlawrence21) May 1, 2016 The #Phillies are four games over .500 for the first time since Sept 28, 2011 (102-60). — Ace of MLB Stats...
Via The Good Phight
9 hours ago

Galvis pushes Phillies to 4 games over .500

The Phillies beat the Indians on Saturday night at Citizens Bank Park, 4-3, to improve to 14-10. It is the first time they have been four games over .500 since the end of the 2011 season, when they finished 102-60. Phillies shortstop Freddy Galvis led the way with three RBIs.
Via Phillies.com
10 hours ago

Galvis, strong pitching lift Phillies to fifth consecutive victory

The Philadelphia Phillies (14-10) secured their third consecutive series victory — and fifth consecutive win overall — in their 4-3 victory over the Cleveland Indians (10-11) Saturday evening at Citizens Bank Park.
Via Philliedelphia
10 hours ago  |  Discuss

Gameday: Indians (10-10) at Phillies (13-10)

Time: 7:05 pmBroadcast: TV- CSN; radio- 94 WIPMedia: Twitter and FacebookWeather: Cloudy, 59 degreesPromotion: Phans Feeding Families Night & Food DriveStarting pitchers:  Jerad Eickhoff (1-3, 4.07) vs. Trevor Bauer (1-0, 4.76 ERA)Lineup: Herrera CF/Galvis SS/Franco 3B/Howard 1B/Rupp C/Ruf LF/Hernandez 2B/Eickhoff P/Bourjos RF Notes for tonight:   The Phillies are hot coming...
Via Phillies Nation
14 hours ago

Phillies place reliever Dalier Hinojosa on DL

Philadelphia Phillies beat reporter Matt Breen reports that the team has placed Cuban relief pitcher Dalier Hinojosa on the Disabled List after he took a line drive off of his pitching hand in a game earlier this week. Hinojosa has been an incredibly successful reliever so far for the Phillies, who picked him up off of waivers from the Boston Red Sox in the middle of last season...
Via Today's Knuckleball
17 hours ago

Yoooooooooo, The Phillies

We’ve entered a time-warp. The Phillies are… fun(?) again. I mean, I don’t want to mush them into a 10-game tailspin, but last night – a strong (if brief) outing from Adam Morgan, a quick three-run comeback to match the Indians’ fifth, another strong bullpen outing, and a Ryan Howard walk-off – was the first time in a while I didn’t feel like I was watching a baseball...
Via Crossing Broad
23 hours ago

This team is fun! Phillies 4, Cleveland 3

I'm not lying, the Phillies are fun! They really are! Please believe me! God, this team is so much fun. That is the main thing you need to know about last night's game. That this Phillies team is more fun than any Phillies team for the last five years. There are a few more things you need to know about last night's game. Adam Morgan had a decent start. For his first major league...
Via The Good Phight
1 day ago

Phillies defeat Indians in extras on Ryan Howard's 6th career walk-off home run

The Philadelphia Phillies (13-10) have won their fourth consecutive game, thanks to an 11th inning walk-off home run by first baseman Ryan Howard, the sixth of his 13-year career and his first since May 28, 2014.
Via Philliedelphia
1 day ago  |  Discuss

Phillies are asking alot out of their young rotation

Aaron Nola – Photo Credit – Arturo Pardavila III   The season did not start off pretty for the rebuilding Philadelphia Phillies. Three consecutive losses to the Cincinnati Reds to open the new year and a loss to the rival (and defending NL champs) New York Mets had them sitting at 0-4 and people wondering if this team was destined for 100 losses, which they avoided by one game...
Via Hot Stove MLB
1 day ago  |  Discuss

Phillies Officially Promote Adam Morgan; Garcia to AAA

The Phillies made it official today and called up Adam Morgan to replace the injured Charlie Morton in the rotation. #Phillies have optioned RHP Luis Garcia to Lehigh Valley (AAA) and recalled LHP Adam Morgan. Morgan will start tonight vs Cleveland. — Phillies (@Phillies) April 29, 2016 Relief pitcher Dalier Hinojosa was pulled from yesterday’s game after taking a comebacker...
Via Crashburn Alley
1 day ago

Nola’s Curveball Was An Absolute Monster Yesterday

Yesterday marked the third time in Jonathan Papelbon‘s last 11 outings that his performance has resulted in the Phillies taking an ultimately insurmountable lead in dramatic fashion. It’s glorious and, as Papelbon’s former teammate freely admitted, it’s not only the fans who think so: Is the win even better that it came against Papelbon?"Absolutely," said Cameron Rupp. —...
Via Crashburn Alley
1 day ago

Howard and Ruiz’s Final Farewell?

The start of the season for the Philadelphia Phillies’ Ryan Howard and Carlos Ruiz hasn’t been easy. Is this season their final farewell to the Phillies? The Philadelphia Phillies have surprisingly surpassed the .500 mark in late April. With a young core in place, the Philadelphia Phillies were expected to struggle but have played well […] Philadelphia Phillies: Howard and...
Via Section215
1 day ago

Phillies Minor League Roundup - April 28, 2016

There was actually a game yesterday and you're going to hear about it. Weekend Probables**:LHV: Mark Appel, David Buchanan, Jake ThompsonREA: Alec Asher, Ben Lively, Nick PivettaCLR: Ranfi Casimiro, Elniery Garcia, Tyler VizaLWD: Luke Leftwich, Harold Arauz, Mitch Gueller**Note: These probables are subject to change unless of course Reinier Roibal is the new 5th starter in Lehigh...
Via The Good Phight
1 day ago

Rupp's 9th-inning hit lifts Phils over Nats 3-0 for sweep

WASHINGTON (AP) Cameron Rupp hit a tiebreaking, two-run double off Jonathan Papelbon in a three-run ninth inning, and the Philadelphia Phillies beat the Washington Nationals 3-0 Thursday to complete a three-game sweep. Aaron Nola, Dalier Hinojosa, Elvis Araujo (1-0) and Jeanmar Gomez combined on a four-hitter and extended Washington's scoreless streak to 22 innings. Philadelphia...
Via Associated Press
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Don’t Look Now, The Phillies Are Playing Some Great Baseball.

The almighty Bryce Harper was at the plate in the bottom of the 9th at a brisk night in DC. Jeanmar Gomez got him to fly out. Ryan Zimmerman came up next, a traditional Phillies killer, here we go. Wait, did he just strike out looking? With that, Gomez picked up his 6th save of the season, the Phillies head to 11-10 (above .500 for the first time in 381 days) and have won two in...
Via The Sports Journal
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Phillies news: Cody Asche on All-Star ballot

Philadelphia Phillies outfielder/third baseman Cody Asche is on the 2016 All-Star ballot despite having not played a game during the season.
Via Philliedelphia
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Nationals Park netting stops busted bat from flying into seats

The extended netting installed at Nationals Park once again saved the day when it prevented Cesar Hernandez’s broken bat from flying into the stands. During the top of the 7th inning of Wednesday's game between the Washington Nationals and Philadelphia Phillies, a pitch from Gio Hernandez got in a bit on the Phillies second baseman’s hands, breaking the bat and sending a huge...
Via Sportress of Blogitude
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Phils RHP Charlie Morton out for season with torn hamstring

WASHINGTON (AP) Philadelphia Phillies starting pitcher Charlie Morton is out for the season because of a torn left hamstring. The team says Wednesday that Morton is scheduled for surgery on the hamstring next Monday. Recovery time is expected to be six-to-eight months. Morton was injured while running out of the batter's box on a sacrifice attempt during at Milwaukee on Saturday...
Via Associated Press
3 days ago  |  Discuss

What’s Going On With Odubel Herrera

This year, Odubel Herrera is an everyday player, and only two players in baseball have drawn more walks. On its own, maybe that doesn’t convey its real significance, so consider that, last year, Odubel Herrera was an everyday player, and 193 players in baseball drew more walks. Herrera today has more than twice as many walks drawn as Joey Votto. Votto last year out-walked Herrera...
Via Fangraphs
4 days ago  |  Discuss

Phillies’ outfield is out of this world…bad

The Phillies have a lot of issues. Their bullpen has been both really good and really bad. Their starting pitching started out great, but appears to be coming back to earth.  They have made the habit of making boneheaded base running mistakes. Their offense is putrid. Among all these issues, the most glaring one is possibly their outfield. It’s horrendous. To be fair, it never...
Via The Outside Corner
9 days ago  |  Discuss

The Phillies Are Curveballing Their Way Into the Future

A rebuild is the perfect time to experiment. The rebuilding club has nothing to lose and everything to gain. The rebuilding club can experiment with different players, giving as many a shot in the major leagues as possible to see what sticks, the endgame being to unearth some key pieces of the next winning team. This is one of the most commonly accepted principles of a rebuild ...
Via Fangraphs
11 days ago  |  Discuss

Vin Scully blasts Ryan Howard after Howard ties Joe DiMaggio

Phillies first baseman Ryan Howard tied Joe DiMaggio for 81st on baseball’s all-time home run list Friday night. DiMaggio is a Hall of Famer and considered one of the greatest MLB players to ever play. Ryan Howard — not so much. And just in case you forgot that Howard will never be in the same class as DiMaggio no matter how many home runs he hits, legendary broadcaster Vin...
Via Larry Brown Sports
12 days ago  |  Discuss
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