Trying to outrun the Angels of Death, Jerry Dipoto brings in his own inexperienced man.
The career Phillies’ star heads back home to SoCal, the Padres finally deal an outfielder (not that one), and more..
Why would the Phillies be looking at buying this trade deadline? R.J. runs down the possibilities.
The Phillies can survive Ryan Howard’s contract, but can they survive the GM who gave it to him?
After a terrific May, Jason explains why owners might be wise to sell high on the Phillies’ left fielder instead of simply enjoying the ride.
The Phillies summon a replacement pitcher from the farm.
The third installment of a five-part series on the pressing questions confronting each team in 2013.
Rebounds from Ryan Howard and Chase Utley are critical to the Phillies’ 2013 hopes.
Ben and Sam preview the Phillies’ season with Paul Sporer, and Pete talks to CSNPhilly.com Phillies Insider Jim Salisbury (at 19:27).
Ruben Amaro said he consulted some rabbis before signing Delmon Young. Here’s one way that conversation might have unfolded.
It’s a thin system, but there are some players who offer reasons for hope.
Some teams stood pat at the winter meetings, but not all of them were better off for it.
Erik Kratz is having a weird and wonderful season. Here is everything you need to know about Kratz, and several more things besides.
Ben and Sam discuss the state of the Brewers, which is a lot like the state of the Phillies, then talk about Max Scherzer’s long-awaited improvement and which team won the 2009 trade that brought him to Detroit.
Ben and Sam discuss whether the Phillies’ recent run of success should affect our expectations for the team in 2013, then talk about a potential scheme to get drafted pitchers into big-league bullpens quickly.
Ben and Sam slum it with a bunch of bad teams from baseball’s underclass and speculate about which has the least hope of going all the way before 2022, then discuss Jimmy Rollins’ benching and how much running out a popup really matters.