The Phillies and the NCAA do a college player wrong, and only the player suffers.
Ben and Sam preview the Phillies’ season with Bill Baer, and Nick talks to Matt Gelb, who covers the Phillies for the Philadelphia Inquirer (at 20:58).
This aging club has some intriguing players, but many of them carry significant injury risk.
Maikel Franco heads a system that has had to overcome injuries to key prospects.
A.J. Burnett’s plans changed, and perhaps the Phillies’ will now, too.
The teams and remaining free agents that still seem not to be talking.
Phillies catcher Sebastian Valle leads Mexico to victory over Puerto Rico.
Philadelphia Phillies looking for passionate and motivated individuals to work in Baseball Operations
The Red Sox revive Grady Sizemore, the Phillies revive Bobby Abreu, and the Rays and Padres swap multitudes.
The Blue Jays get their second catcher of the week.
The Phillies re-sign Carlos Ruiz, the Giants get Tim Hudson, Latroy Hawkins will close again, Brendan Ryan reups with the Yankees, and more.
A look at what the Braves can do to stay on top, and what their division rivals can do to improve in 2014.
The Phillies sign Marlon Byrd for two years.
A polarizing player among prospect evaluators reflects on an encouraging start to his big-league career.
Ben, Sam, and guest co-host Russell Carleton discuss whether and how the Dodgers should discipline Yasiel Puig, teams that would want to take mulligans on their trade deadlines, and things sabermetricians are still getting wrong.
The Phillies fire their manager while the Nationals add David DeJesus.