Philadelphia Phillies’ Cody Asche Looks to Find His Stride

Cody Asche

Philadelphia Phillies‘ Cody Asche has yet to be regarded as an offensive threat and will likely never be a top half of the lineup player. The Phillies are not looking for him to be a a silver slugger but utilize […]

Philadelphia Phillies: April Report Card


Philadelphia Phillies’ Bullpen Starting To Settle In

Philadelphia Phillies

The Philadelphia Phillies‘ bullpen is off to a shaky start, but is starting to find consistency. Jonathan Papelbon is paid to be the trusty anchor at the backend of the clubs’ bullpen, but he has again struggled early on. With […]

Philadelphia Phillies Offense Surprisingly Positive


The Philadelphia Phillies could easily be sitting at 5-0, atop the NL East standings, but a lack of runs and a couple of bad bullpen appearances have landed them with a solid 3-2 start. In each of their five games, […]

Philadelphia Phillies: Jonathan Papelbon Remains a Mystery

Jonathan Papelbon

Manager Ryne Sandberg and the Philadelphia Phillies are in quite the pickle with Jonathan Papelbon and the closing role for the remainder of the 2014 season. General manager Ruben Amaro Jr. signed Papelbon to a four-year, $50 million contract prior […]

Philadelphia Phillies: Cliff Lee Bounces Back After Poor Opening Day

Cliff Lee Phillies

Cliff Lee did not have his best stuff again this afternoon for the Philadelphia Phillies but was able to battle his way to victory against a subpar Chicago Cubs lineup. Lee pitched seven shutout inning but allowed 10 hits and […]

Philadelphia Phillies: Chase Utley Dusting Off Rough Spring Training

Chase Utley

The Philadelphia Phillies‘ second basemen, Chase Utley, entered this afternoon’s game hitting .389 with one home run and four RBIs. After a slow Spring Training, there was concern that he was not going to be able to produce this season. During 21 […]

Ryne Sandberg Makes Questionable Decisions in Philadelphia Phillies’ Loss


Just one day after opening the season with a 14-run outburst, Philadelphia Phillies manager Ryne Sandberg completely changed the starting lineup and they failed to produce. Sandberg adjusted the lineup in order to match up better against a left-handed pitcher. […]

April Fools’ Day Came a Day Early For Philadelphia Phillies

Jimmy Rollins

Major League Baseball Opening Day has now come and gone and the Philadelphia Phillies find themselves in a tie for first place. Just as everyone suspected, the Phillies won 14-10 in a true pitcher’s duel won by Cliff Lee, who […]

Opening Day 2014: Boston Red Sox Season Outlook

David Ortiz

Opening Day 2014: Philadelphia Phillies Season Outlook

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Philadelphia Phillies: Hopefully the Jimmy Rollins Saga Is Finally Over

Jimmy Rollins

After being mysteriously benched for three consecutive games, Philadelphia Phillies shortstop Jimmy Rollins returned to the lineup this afternoon and hit out of the two spot. There has been much speculation regarding Rollins’ benching this week, and it appears manager […]