Rain washed out Saturday's game between the Philadelphia Phillies and Washington Nationals after 1 ½ innings.
After tossing a no-hitter against the Pittsburgh Pirates last weekend, Washington Nationals pitcher Max Scherzer didn't allow a hit until the sixth inning in Friday's game against the Philadelphia Phillies, making him the first pitcher...Show More Summary
PHILADELPHIA — When Phillies starter Aaron Harang hit Yunel Escobar with a pitch in the left hand Friday night, the Washington Nationals’ Friday night lineup was already without — from left to right — Jayson Werth, Denard Span, Bryce Harper, Anthony Rendon and Ryan Zimmerman. Show More Summary
PHILADELPHIA —Max Scherzer did not throw another no-hitter in Friday night’s 5-2 win over the Phillies, and only in the context of his remarkable stretch of dominance could that qualify as a regression.Read full article >>
In some ways, the events of Friday — even before Max Scherzer took the mound at Citizens Bank Park to try to shut down the Philadelphia Phillies — were sad. Ryne Sandberg resigned as the Phillies’ manager, a swift fall for a Hall ofShow More Summary
Admit it: Somewhere around the fifth inning of Max Scherzer 's start Friday night against the Philadelphia Phillies, you were expecting history. Not just hoping for it or believing it was possible. You assumed it would happen. "It," of course, being a second consecutive no-hitter. Show More Summary
Max Scherzer took a perfect game into the sixth inning in his bid to become the second pitcher in major league history to throw two consecutive no-hitters and the Washington Nationals beat the Philadelphia Phillies 5-2 Friday night.
PHILADELPHIA (AP) — Max Scherzer's bid to become the second pitcher in major league history to throw two consecutive no-hitters ended when Philadelphia's Freddy Galvis doubled with one out in the sixth inning Friday night. Scherzer retired the first 16 batters before Galvis lined a 1-1 pitch to the right-field wall. Show More Summary
Nationals righty Max Scherzer is perfect through five innings against the Philadelphia Phillies on Friday night in his bid to become the second pitcher in major league history to throw two consecutive no-hitters.
Ryne Sandberg has resigned as manager of the last-place Philadelphia Phillies, the Major League Baseball team said on Friday.
Washington Nationals star Bryce Harper will not play against the Philadelphia Phillies on Friday night as he nurses a hamstring injury, per Chelsea Janes of the Washington Post. Continue for updates. Harper Out for 2nd Straight Game Friday,...Show More Summary
Sandberg resigned on Friday with a 119-159 career record over parts of three seasons with Philadelphia.
Photo: Layla A. Jones Philly got a little brighter Friday. At the cross sections of 13th and Locust streets, the city debuted rainbow crosswalks to represent Philly's support the LGBT community. The crosswalks coincidentally debutedShow More Summary
On Friday afternoon Ryne Sandberg informed the Philadelphia Phillies that he was quitting as the team’s manager. CBSSports is reporting that Sandberg is stepping down and third base coach Pete Mackanin will take over as interim manager. Show More Summary
Ryne Sandberg's managerial stint with the Philadelphia Phillies is over.
Ryne Sandberg resigned from his role as manager of the Philadelphia Phillies on Friday with the team holding the worst record in baseball at 26-48. The Phillies announced that Pete Mackanin will take over as manager on an interim basis. Ken Rosenthal of Fox Sports confirmed the Baseball Hall of Famer's departure. Show More Summary
Ryne Sandberg, manager of the Philadelphia Phillies, has resigned from his position. Sandberg admitted the change in other leadership roles was a factor in his stepping down. Andy McPhail, who was recently hired in the front office, probably no longer wanted Sandberg, even though the two worked together in Chicago with the Cubs. Show More Summary
Ryne Sandberg has resigned as Phillies manager in his third season as Philadelphia struggles with the worst record in baseball.
Pope Francis, the only man who can pull off a white dress after Labor Day, is pulling an Eddie Murphy and is coming to America later this year. His Holiness will grace a Catholic family congress in Philadelphia at the end of his visit, and while gays can attend, they're barred from criticizing the Church's teachings. Show More Summary
New York Yankees designated hitter Alex Rodriguez collected two hits in three at-bats against the Philadelphia Phillies on Wednesday, tying and then moving past Al Kaline for 27th place on the all-time hits list, per MLB Milestones. Rodriguez...Show More Summary