The 2015 MLB trade deadline is just under a month away, and Scott Miller has some bold predictions for deals that could shake up the playoff picture. Will the Philadelphia Phillies finally trade Cole Hamels? Which team would benefit the most from landing the pitcher? Watch Scott Miller give his bold predictions for the 2015 MLB trade deadline. Show More Summary
Adam Lind hit a tiebreaking RBI single in the 11th inning to help the Milwaukee Brewers beat the Philadelphia Phillies 8-7 on Thursday night to complete a four-game sweep.
When Andy MacPhail was introduced Monday as the Philadelphia Phillies' next president of baseball operations, the 62-year-old executive knew what he was getting into. A former general manager of the Minnesota Twins and president of the...Show More Summary
Aramis Ramirez drove in three runs and Ryan Braun had four hits to lead the Milwaukee Brewers over the Philadelphia Phillies 4-3 Tuesday night.
The Philadelphia Phillies say Pete Mackanin will stay as their manager for the rest of the season.
The Philadelphia Phillies have announced on their Twitter that Pete Mackanin will remain the club's interim manager for the rest of the 2015 season. Mackanin, formerly the team's third base coach, was appointed interim manager after Ryne Sandberg resigned on Friday, June 26, with the Phillies starting the season 26-48. Show More Summary
Jonathan Lucroy had four of the Brewers' season high-tying 16 hits and drove in two runs, leading Milwaukee to a 7-4 victory over the Philadelphia Phillies on Monday night in a matchup of the two worst teams in baseball.
The Philadelphia Phillies are expected to tap Andy MacPhail as the new team president at a press conference Monday afternoon. MacPhail, 62, will reportedly replace Pat Gillick in the front office of the Phillies, who have baseball’s worst record this season at 27-50. Ryne Sandberg resigned as manager Friday in his third season and was […]
A person with knowledge of the decision tells The Associated Press that the Philadelphia Phillies have hired veteran baseball executive Andy MacPhail to be their team president.
Stephen Strasburg struck out a season-high nine batters in seven strong innings to lead the Washington Nationals to their eighth straight victory, 3-2 over the Philadelphia Phillies in the first game of a doubleheader on Sunday.
Philadelphia Phillies right fielder Jeff Francoeur has one of the strongest outfield arms in all of baseball, but he didn't quite show it off on this play against the Washington Nationals on Sunday. In the top of the fifth inning, Nationals outfielder Denard Span ripped a double to right field. Show More Summary
With the trade deadline rapidly approaching, the biggest name on the market is Philadelphia Phillies ace left-hander Cole Hamels. His name has been connected to several teams around the league but he admits that he would be “open minded” to pitch anywhere, according to Jim Salisbury of CSNPhilly.com. Show More Summary
In a story June 26 about the game between the Washington Nationals and Philadelphia Phillies, The Associated Press reported erroneously that Nolan Ryan had come the closest to throwing a second straight no-hitter since Johnny Vander Meer did it in 1938. Ewell Blackwell came the closest, not Ryan.
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
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.
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.