Two players get guaranteed two-year deals.
The Rangers acquire Alex Rios via trade waivers, the Rays send Kyle Farnsworth packing, and the Phillies part ways with Delmon Young.
Why weren’t the Phillies sellers this season? We can find one explanation at the 2006 trade deadline.
Batters don’t swing enough against Skip Schumaker.
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).
It’s a thin system, but there are some players who offer reasons for hope.
The Phillies reportedly offered the Reds a lopsided deal, and the Reds reportedly rejected it.
The Phillies have reportedly agreed to complete another big-money, long-term extension, this time with Cole Hamels.
Manager Charlie Manuel’s bullpen management has been doing Philadelphia no favours this season.
Which NL starters are off to a worse start than the Angels’ not-yet-sluggy first baseman?
An ACL injury claims Mat Gamel, and lower-back injuries snag two other players.
The Phillies’ injury parade continues.
Is there anything more to a manager’s reputation than the abilities of the players who play for him?
Though recent trends might indicate otherwise, aged pitchers rarely return to form after year-long layoffs.