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  1. Jimmy Rollins’ Red Bull Ball Park Cranks Promotion a Hit (But Not a Real Far One)

    Jun 27, 2011, 1:43 PM EDT

    Jimmy Rollins attempted to break a Guiness World Record on Monday afternoon in front of the Art Museum along the Ben Franklin Parkway as part of a Red Bull promotion. We’ve got some pictures and videos from the event.

  2. Roy Halladay Hurls Complete Game Win, and I, for One, Welcome Our New Moth Overlords

    Jun 26, 2011, 4:06 PM EDT

    Another complete game win for the Philadelphia Phillies’ Roy Halladay, who also humanely dispatched of an insect.

  3. …And on the Seventh Day Doc Pitched

    Jun 26, 2011, 12:57 PM EDT

    The Phillies look win the rubber match of their three game series with the A’s at Citizens Bank Park as Roy Halladay faces Josh Outman

  4. Did You Just Call Me Cole Train? Hamels Looks to Put A’s on Their B’s

    Jun 25, 2011, 5:57 PM EDT

    While last night wasn’t necessarily the pitchers’ duel you usually get in a walkoff 1-0 game, the lack of offense was nonetheless its hallmark. Despite having some command issues, Vance Worley allowed just one hit, and the bullpen conceded the same amount in the final three innings. Two-hit in the opener, the A’s now face Cole Hamels, the NL’s WHIP leader, who is trying to become the first NL pitcher to 10 wins.

  5. Charlie Manuel, Vance Worley Star in Phillies Postgame Comedy Hour

    Jun 25, 2011, 9:35 AM EDT

    For most of the night, the only thing really laughable in the Philadelphia Phillies-Oakland A’s series opener was the inability by either team to get a hit. Credit both sides’ defenses with a lot of that, because despite carrying dual no-hitters into the sixth inning, the starting pitching wasn’t exactly crisp all night. Vance Worley allowed just one hit in six innings, but part of his no-hit effectiveness included walking four batters. A’s starter Guillermo Moscoso let up two hits over seven, walking three of his own.

    It wasn’t a terrible night for Worley, who also struck out four. But he wasn’t thrilled with his outing, taking a moment in the post-game press appearance to have some fun at his own expense.

  6. Phillies Welcome A’s Home to Philly, Announce Bevy of Roster Moves

    Jun 24, 2011, 3:54 PM EDT

    The Philadelphia Phillies (47-29) will resume interleague play when they host the Oakland Ahtletics (34-42) for a weekend set at Citizens Bank Park. Tonight’s first pitch is set for 7:05 p.m and will feature Vance Worley squaring off against Oakland’s Guillero Moscoso.

  7. Reminder: Look for Jimmy Rollins’ Baseballs This Weekend

    Jun 24, 2011, 2:16 PM EDT

    Jimmy Rollins is doing some pretty cool stuff to promote his Red Bull Ball Park Cranks event this weekend in Philadelphia.

  8. Oswalt Tweaks Back, Paints Gloomy Outlook On Future

    Jun 24, 2011, 1:59 AM EDT

    Roy Oswalt left Thursday night’s game after only two innings due to lower back stiffness. Following the game, he painted a bleak picture of how bad the injury just may be.

  9. Roy Oswalt Looks to Steal Back Some Headlines, Sweep the Cards

    Jun 23, 2011, 7:31 PM EDT

    After a wild day in Philly sports, the Phillies look to steal back some headlines as Roy Oswalt takes on the Cardinals and looks for the St. Louis sweep.

  10. Jose Contreras to the DL

    Jun 23, 2011, 12:09 PM EDT

    Phillies reliever Jose Contreras is headed to the DL with a sore elbow.

  11. The Howard Family Is Pumped in St. Louis

    Jun 23, 2011, 11:26 AM EDT

    Ryan Howard bashes in St. Louis. We’ve guessed it’s the home cooking, others have guessed Howard is so happy there because he sees old friendly faces, but whatever the reason is, he does indeed hit well at the Busch Stadium. The Big Piece hit his 9th home run at the new St. Louis ball park,…

  12. Cliff Lee Throws Second Consecutive Complete Game Shutout, Phils Win 4-0

    Jun 22, 2011, 10:44 PM EDT

    Cliff Lee had one of those nights that reminds you just how good it is to be a Philadelphia Phillies fan these days. Lee threw a complete game shutout against the St. Louis Cardinals, allowing only six hits, walking the first batter of the game, and striking out a very un-Lee-like three batters.

    Lee, after noting he was unhappy about throwing seven straight balls to begin the game, actually admitted he was quite happy with the complete game shutout victory. He’s not the only one.

  13. Phanatic Hit With Foul Ball, Could Trip to DL Be In His Future? (video added)

    Jun 22, 2011, 10:23 PM EDT

    Word first broke via the Lehigh Valley IronPigs twitter around 9:40 pm EST that the Phillie Phanatic was sidelined during his trip to Coca-Cola Park after being hit by a foul ball.

    “The Phanatic will not perform again tonight as a precautionary measure after being hit by a foul ball,” was the official word.

  14. Cliff Lee Takes On Former Phillie Kyle Lohse

    Jun 22, 2011, 6:27 PM EDT

    Cliff Lee has been filthy in his three most recent starts at Citizens Bank Park (1 ER in 24.0 innings, good for a 0.38), but is winless (0-3) over his last four road starts. So, what’s the deal with the differential, everyone wonders. “Whatever,” Cliff would likely say.

    Lee (7-5, 3.12) will take on former Phillies Kyle Lohse (7-3, 2.88) who is having a fine season for the Cardinals.

  15. Keep On Swingin’: Phils Ride Huge Eighth to 10-2 Win

    Jun 22, 2011, 7:40 AM EDT

    After being silent through most of the game, the Phillies erupted (with a lot of help from the Cardinals bullpen) in the eighth.

  16. Phillies in St. Louis: Halladay v. McClellan

    Jun 21, 2011, 5:05 PM EDT

    Roy Halladay (9-3, 2.56) will attempt to win his 10th game of the season and will take on Kyle McClellan (6-3, 3.96). He’s faced the Phillies six times, but never as a starting pitcher. In 10 innings of work McClellan has given up 8 hits, 5 earned, and struck out 10 while walking 3.

  17. Ryan Howard Is A Beast In St. Louis

    Jun 21, 2011, 3:05 PM EDT

    Ryan Howard has hit .365 (31-85) with 8 HRs and 31 RBIs in 23 games in the new Busch Stadium. His 31 RBIs are the most for any visiting player and his 8 HRs are tied for the most with Adam Dunn and Prince Fielder. Howard, who has also posted a .694 slugging percentage and a .509 OBP at Busch for his career, has reached base safely in 22 of his 23 games.

  18. Jimmy Rollins Resumes World Record Quest

    Jun 20, 2011, 8:59 PM EDT

    Jimmy Rollins attempt to hit a baseball further than any human in history was thwarted once by a pesky injury in 2010, but the former NL MVP will be back at it on June 27th on the Benjamin Franklin Parkway in front of the historic Philadelphia Museum of Art. According to the official Red Bull Philadelphia Twitter feed, the Parkway will be shutdown from 10am to 2 pm next Wednesday as part of the Red Bull Ball Park Cranks 2011 promotion.

  19. Gallery: Bradley Maule Documents the Phillies-Mariners Weekend Series

    Jun 20, 2011, 4:12 PM EDT

    R. Bradley Maule of the legendary Philly Skyline website and MauleofAmerica.com documented his trip to the Phillies-Mariners game over the weekend in Seattle. Check out his photos from the weekend along with a quick write up.

  20. Albert Pujols Out 4-6 Weeks as Phillies Head to St. Louis

    Jun 20, 2011, 2:22 PM EDT

    “The team announced the results of an MRI and CT scan Monday, a day after Pujols was injured during a home game against Kansas City. The team said Pujols has a non-displaced fracture of his left radius and his arm is in a splint.”

  21. Charlie Manuel Can Still Speak Japanese (Allegedly)

    Jun 20, 2011, 10:24 AM EDT

    As avid Phillies fans are well aware of, Charlie Manuel spent a couple of years playing bll in Japan, showing off his hitting skills as a member of the Yakult Swallows and Kintetsu Buffaloes.

    As legend has it, Manuel was known as “Aka-Ono” or The Red Devil by Japanese fans and teammates. So it’s no surprise he can still toss around some of the lingo he learned way back in the 70′s.

  22. Phillies Reliever Mike Stutes Joins Twitter

    Jun 19, 2011, 11:48 PM EDT

    Phillies reliever Mike Stutes has made a quick impression on Philadelphia fans, mostly by turning into a very reliable arm out of the pen in his first season in the bigs, but also for bringing some flare to the team along with his game.

    Stutes brought even more of his personality to the Internet this weekend by embracing Twitter at the behest of former minor league teammate Michael Schwimer. Stutes presence on Twitter seems to be a welcomed one, with the youngster taking more of a Logan Morrison-like approach to the social networking site as opposed to the official marketing releases-like approach of his teammate, Jimmy Rollins.

  23. Jason Vargas Finishes Off Phillies for Mariners Series Victory

    Jun 19, 2011, 8:57 PM EDT

    Phillies fans may not have known who Jason Vargas was before this afternoon’s game, but after a 3 hit, complete game shutout of our first place baseball team, we’ll certainly remember it. Cole Hamels was great for most of the game, but a few costly mistakes coupled with a nonexistent offense gave the Mariners the…

  24. Cole Hamels vs. Some Mariners Guy in Seattle Rubber Match

    Jun 19, 2011, 11:46 AM EDT

    The Fightins look to celebrate Fathers’ Day with another interleague series victory.

  25. Victorino, Phils Topple the King in Seattle, Extend East Lead

    Jun 19, 2011, 9:31 AM EDT

    The Phillies evened the series in Seattle on a great night by Shane Victorino.