On July 1, 1941 at 2 :29 p.m, the first television commercial appeared on screens in the US. The shaky, 10-second spot for Bulova, a New York based watch company, aired r ight before a Brooklyn Dodgers and Philadelphia Phillies baseball game and cost $9. Here's the commercial: SEE ALSO: The most expensive homes in every state Join the conversation about this story »
Left-hander Matt Imhof’s road to the big leagues got a lot bumpier this week after a freak accident led him to lose his right eye. The Philadelphia Phillies prospect made the announcement on Thursday on Instagram, describing his eye as having been “crushed like a grape.” As many of you know on Friday June 25th […]
Philadelphia Phillies pitching prospect Matt Imhof lost his right eye in a training accident last Saturday. Imhof explained the situation in an Instagram post: CSNPhilly.com noted the accident occurred during a "postgame stretching routine." The...Show More Summary
Matt Imhof, a pitcher in the Philadelphia Phillies organization, took to Instagram on Thursday to provide an update after he injured his (...)
On a night when Arizona ace Zack Greinke left early with tightness in his oblique muscle, the Philadelphia Phillies finally won another series.
Philadelphia Phillies pitching prospect Matt Imhof suffered a severe right eye injury last week that required surgery. Continue for updates. Imhof 'Likely to Need Further Procedures' Monday, June 27 ESPN.com's Jerry Crasnick reported...Show More Summary
Vince Velasquez threw five strong innings in his return from the disabled list and the Philadelphia Phillies opened a three-game series in Arizona with an 8-0 rout of the Diamondbacks on Monday night.
Jake Peavy threw seven strong innings in another solid start, Brandon Belt hit a three-run double and Angel Pagan had three hits as the San Francisco Giants defeated the Philadelphia Phillies 5-4 on Friday night.
Max Kepler made up for a costly error with a tying single in the fifth inning and the go-ahead sacrifice fly in the seventh as the Minnesota Twins handed the Philadelphia Phillies their eighth straight loss, 6-5 Wednesday night.
The Atlanta Braves have scored 232 runs in 69 games. Every other team in baseball has scored more — except the Philadelphia Phillies, who have mustered…
The Philadelphia Phillies have signed No. 1 overall draft pick Mickey Moniak.
The Philadelphia Phillies locked up Mickey Moniak on Monday after taking the outfielder first overall in the 2016 MLB draft on June 9. MLB.com's Jim Callis was among the first to report the news, and he provided contract details: Moniak had been committed to UCLA before the draft, per MLB.com's Todd Zolecki. Show More Summary
Shelby Miller threw 6 2-3 sharp innings, Jake Lamb hit a two-run homer and the Arizona Diamondbacks beat the reeling Philadelphia Phillies 3-1 Monday afternoon to complete a four-game sweep.
Zack Greinke won his seventh straight start, pitching three-hit ball for eight innings to lead the Arizona Diamondbacks over the Philadelphia Phillies 4-1 on Saturday.
(Video Link) Dad Mode, activate! The Toronto Blue Jays faced off against the Philadelphia Phillies. Blue Jays player Kevin Pillar knocked a foul ball into the stands. This amazing dad partially rose from his seat and caught it with one hand--all while holding his sleeping daughter and a tray of food. Show More Summary
A father at a Philadelphia Phillies game on June 16th had the play of the day when he coolly snatched Kevin Pillar's foul ball out of the air while holding his young daughter and some hot dogs. The fan never stirred from his seat, simply...Show More Summary
Peter O'Brien and Yasmany Tomas each hit two of Arizona's team-record six home runs to lead the Arizona Diamondbacks to a 10-2 victory over the Philadelphia Phillies on Friday night.
This is beyond cute! The Philadelphia Phillies had a tough day on Thursday, losing at home to the visiting Toronto Blue Jays 13-2, but while the MLB team wasn't showing out well on the field, one fan stole the show. Brian Kucharik, a dad who brought his daughter to the game, is going viral right now after [...]
In the first inning of Thursday's game between the Toronto Blue Jays and Philadelphia Phillies, Blue Jays outfielder Kevin Pillar sliced an 0-2 pitch foul into the stands down the right field line. Fan Brian Kucharik caught the ball in the air with his bare hand, an impressive feat. Show More Summary
J.A. Happ allowed three hits and an unearned run in seven innings and the Toronto Blue Jays hit five home runs in a 13-2 victory over the Philadelphia Phillies on Thursday night.