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Uber rotations, like Philly's Halladay, Lee, Oswalt and Hamels, have fallen short before. Will Sale, Porcello and Price bring a ring to the Red Sox?
Whether from a star's output or the torch being passed without missing a beat, some spots on the diamond are always in good hands. Who has had it best?
Reigning American League MVP Mike Trout arrived at spring training with a new haircut, a vow to steal more bases and a subtle dig at the governor of New Jersey.
Many of Chris Christie's constituents live just outside Philadelphia, but the governor apparently has a low opinion of the Phillies. On SportsNet New York, Christie declared "the Phillies suck."
The Phillies may not compete this year, but adding players like Michael Saunders, Joaquin Benoit and Howie Kendrick should lead to an incremental improvement.
Andrew Benintendi and Dansby Swanson have already produced in the majors, but they're not the only prospects who can help their clubs this season.
Jeanmar Gomez struggled down the stretch in 2016, but still arrives in spring training as the Phillies' closer.
Crawford is one of the top prospects (No. 5 in Keith Law's rankings) in all of baseball and, after playing Triple-A ball last season, he's on the cusp of his big league debut.
Invitations to camp can mean first glances for prospects and last chances for veterans like Josh Hamilton. Who should be on your spring scorecard?
He's been with the Mariners and Phillies, and with the Cubs and Rangers twice apiece -- all since Nov. 18. Now, as spring training nears, the journeyman lefty waits in baseball limbo once again.
A mega-deal involving an ace? Both teams get an A. Whiff badly as one AL Central team did? That's an F. Here's our hot stove report card for 2017.
Odubel Herrera saw his walk rate nearly double last season. But was that mostly due to pitchers missing the strike zone?
The Phillies can look forward to adding J.P. Crawford to the mix soon, but will they get any more help from their farm system in 2017?
Dustin Pedroia getting down and dirty. Trea Turner's speed. Nelson Cruz's power. Put those all together and there's a lot to be excited about in 2017.
The Philadelphia Phillies settled their salary arbitration case with second baseman Cesar Hernandez by reaching a $2.55 million, one-year deal.
Garcia could just be getting started
Phillies prospect Elniery Garcia had success in high-A in 2016 and even made a playoff start for Double-A Reading. The 22-year-old left-hander is worth keeping an eye on, Keith Law writes. Top sleeper prospects (Insider)
The Philadelphia Phillies announced the signing of former Cubs outfielder Chris Coghlan to a minor league deal with a spring training invite on Friday.
Succeeding in the batter's box isn't all about blasting home runs or hitting for a high average. Which star's unique talent stands out the most? Vote for your choice now.
From the usual suspects to a recent world champion, the 2017 season likely isn't about contention for these struggling squads. Which are on their way to brighter days?
The players in this group, including nine outfielders and the son of a former major leaguer, may not be in the top tier, but boast major potential.
Shortstops, shortstops and more shortstops. Oh, and some future aces, too. Which stars of tomorrow landed in today's top tier of prospects?
Hellickson has much to prove this year
Jeremy Hellickson accepted the Phillies' $17.2 million qualifying offer, so he's in the same boat as last year, David Schoenfield writes. With another solid season, the 29-year-old could earn a second big payday. MLB players motivated for next contract
The Mets and Nationals are in a position to battle for a division title, but the Braves' farm system -- the best in the business -- could put Atlanta in the mix pretty soon.
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Earned Run Average4.6326th