It's been a big week for the Philadelphia Phillies. More specifically, it's been a big last couple of days for the Phillies. After news emerged on February 12 that homegrown ace and 2013 Opening Day starter Cole Hamels would not be ready for the opener in 2014, the Phillies' rotation immediately lost depth. Show More Summary
The Philadelphia Flyers entered the Olympic break on quite a roll. The orange and black won four straight tilts and five of six overall in advance of their 19-day hiatus. What's more, Philly's recent surge included victories over Western...Show More Summary
(PHILADELPHIA) — Three men were found dead in what appears to have been an execution-style slaying inside a northeast Philadelphia house, police said. Officers responding to a 911 caller who reported screaming in front of the home in the city’s Lawncrest neighborhood at 3:15 p.m. Show More Summary
3 Men Murdered Execution Style In The Lawndale Section Of Northeast Philly NBC Philadelphia - 3 Men Shot Execution Style In Lawndale Philadelphia Inquirer - 3 Killed In Lawndale Execution Style Killing THIS MAN HAS COMMITTED AN OFFENSE...Show More Summary
It looks like the Philadelphia Phillies have found the newest members of their announce team - former Phillies players Matt Stairs and Jamie Moyer. Each former player will broadcast 100 games in 2014, 70 each as part of a duo with Tom...Show More Summary
It felt like the Philadelphia 76ers got off to a bumpy start by winning some games early in the season, but they've definitely gotten back to where they should be by going into the NBA All-Star break with a 15-39 record. Philly currently has the second-worst record in the league behind the Milwaukee Bucks and is in place for a high draft pick. Show More Summary
Hype. Anticipation. Fear. The unknowns of spring training are what will define the 2014 season for the Philadelphia Phillies. Bum shoulders, aging veterans, overpriced contracts and an out-of-touch front office are contributing to the...Show More Summary
Pitcher A.J. Burnett and the Philadelphia Phillies have reached an agreement on Wednesday on a one-year Burnett Signs With Phillies - -
Veteran pitcher A.J. Burnett has signed a lucrative one-year deal with the Philadelphia Phillies, according to mlb.com.
The professional stunt-burger makers at Philadelphia's PYT — who have deep-fried everything from twinkes to lasagna in an effort to rid the world of its normal hamburger bun problem — are back at it. This time around, PYT owner...
In the course of a whirlwind morning, the Philadelphia Phillies may have lost Cole Hamels for the start of the season, acquired A.J. Burnett and given themselves a slight chance to actually contend in 2014. Only in Philadelphia can doom, gloom and exuberance seamlessly come together. Show More Summary
Philadelphia Phillies ace Cole Hamels said he won't be able to make his second straight opening day start after feeling discomfort in his pitching arm during the offseason.
A person familiar with the deal says A.J. Burnett has agreed to a one-year contract with the Philadelphia Phillies.
The Philadelphia Phillies reportedly have added another piece to their already strong starting rotation by signing veteran starter A.J. Burnett to a one-year deal. Jim Salisbury of CSN Philly announced the sides had reached an agreement: Ken...Show More Summary
PHILADELPHIA -- Well, that was quick. Tuesday's events in Cleveland stunned observers around the NFL, but nowhere more than in Philadelphia. The Browns’ recent history has been strangely tied up with that of the Eagles, a phenomenonShow More Summary
From 2007-11, Clearwater, Fla., was the place to be for Philadelphia Phillies fans. With a dominant, improving team and a willing and aggressive front office, the franchise attracted fans in droves to watch their roster train for the...Show More Summary
From Ken Derstine: DN Editorial: CONTROL ISSUES: Is the state using charter rules to help kill Philly's school district? | Philadelphia Daily News Last week, the School District of Philadelphia confirmed what it feared back in November: It is facing an extra $25 million in unbudgeted costs associated with increased enrollment in charter schools. Show More Summary
Philadelphia How dispiriting is the Philly media beat? When Joel Mathis asked Steve Volk what he’s learned in 11 years of covering The Inquirer and the Daily News, Volk replied: “That I don’t want to cover the media anymore, … Read ...
What would a fully healthy Ryan Howard mean to the 2014 Philadelphia Phillies? Not as much as you might think. There are two statistics that Phillies fans and Phillies general manager Ruben Amaro Jr. point to as proof that a healthy Howard could change the team's fortunes. Show More Summary
The Philadelphia Phillies were a team to be reckoned with from 2007-2011. They were an example of what a franchise should embody with their ability to develop prospects, build chemistry and fill voids efficiently through free agency....Show More Summary