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66-96, 5th in NL East
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Phillies duo sparks win in AFL

Third baseman Zach Green hit a solo home run as part of a 3-for-4, two-RBI game and Cornelius Randolph added two hits and two RBIs of his own to lead the Glendale Desert Dogs of the Arizona Fall League to a 5-1 win Tuesday.

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Friends, family remember 'beautiful' Halladay

A 91-minute "Celebration of Life for Roy Halladay" attracted more than 1,000 people to Spectrum Field in Florida. "The man made the ballplayer," Phillies owner John Middleton, one of nine speakers, said, "not the other way around."

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7dJeff Sullivan

Will Rhys Hoskins deliver bigger things in 2018?

Hoskins looks good across the board, and you have to be impressed by a rookie with just nine more strikeouts than walks. Yet at the same time, only 14 of his 50 starts came against teams that were .500 or better.

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Phillies add Mallee, Wathan to coaching staff

The Philadelphia Phillies announced John Mallee as hitting coach and Dusty Wathan as third-base coach on Friday. Mallee had been the Cubs' hitting coach since 2014 and was let go at the end of this season. Wathan managed in the Phillies' system since 2008, most recently at Triple-A Lehigh Valley. In addition, Philadelphia retained Rick Kranitz as assistant pitching coach under new manager Gabe Kapler.

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Halladay's life to be celebrated on Tuesday

The life of Roy Halladay will be celebrated on Tuesday at Spectrum Field, in Clearwater, Florida. Halladay was killed Tuesday when the plane he was flying crashed into the Gulf of Mexico, just off the Florida coast.

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11dSteve Wulf

The biggest week in Jewish baseball history

Has there ever been a bigger week for Jewish baseball players? Not according to the editor of The Jewish Baseball News, who cites Alex Bregman's World Series win, Joc Pederson's home runs, Gabe Kapler's hiring and Sandy Koufax's Game 7 first pitch.


Halladay memorialized in Philly

The Phillies and their fans remembered the life of Roy Halladay on Wednesday with a tribute of hats, flowers, banners and signs outside of Citizens Bank Park. "Thank you for joining us today in sharing memories and honoring the life of Roy Halladay," the team tweeted. "We will miss you, Doc." (@Phillies/Twitter)

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Witnesses say Halladay was flying plane low

Roy Halladay was flying his sport plane low over the Gulf of Mexico before it crashed into the water, killing the former pitcher, according to witnesses. Investigator Noreen Price said a full investigation could take up to two years.

Kellerman remembers Halladay's giving nature (1:55)
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12dSam Miller

Ranking all 30 clubs by triumphs and fails: Phillies

A number of young, core players either made the leap to the majors or made leaps in the majors. However, a few of the Phillies' prospects took steps backwards, which likely adds up to one extra year of rebuilding.

Howard: Halladay's love and passion for the game was 'unmatched' (2:33)
Teixeira, Ross remember Halladay's work ethic (1:25)
Hamels on Halladay: 'He means a lot to all of us' (2:01)

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MLB commissioner Rob Manfred released this statement on Roy Halladay: “All of us at Baseball are shocked and deeply saddened by the tragic passing of former Toronto Blue Jays and Philadelphia Phillies pitcher Roy Halladay. A well-respected figure throughout the game, Roy was a fierce competitor during his 16-year career, which included eight All-Star selections, two Cy Young Awards, a perfect game and a Postseason no-hitter. On behalf of Major League Baseball, I extend my deepest condolences to his family, including his wife, Brandy, and two sons, Ryan and Braden, his friends and countless fans, as well as the Blue Jays and Phillies organizations."

Team Stats

  • Batting
  • Pitching
Batting Average.25020th
On Base Percentage.31524th
Slugging Percentage.40925th
Earned Run Average4.5518th
Quality Starts65Tied-20th

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