• Phillies, Eickhoff seek series split in Colorado on Easter

    Jerad Eickhoff makes his return to the rotation on Sunday after starting the season in Triple-A Lehigh Valley (Photo by Gavin Baker/Icon Sportswire)
    After dropping the first two games of their four-game set in Colorado against the Rockies, the Phillies broke through on Saturday night with an 8-5 win. Aaron Nola still looked a little shaky, but he ended up putting together arguably his best start of the season, allowing three runs over 5.2 innings while striking out nine. Bryce Harper’s thr
  • Despite continued struggles from Nola, Phillies beat Rockies

    DENVER, CO – APRIL 20: Philadelphia Phillies center fielder Roman Quinn (24) scores a fourth inning run during a regular season Major League Baseball game between the Philadelphia Phillies and the Colorado Rockies at Coors Field in Denver, Colorado. (Photo by Dustin Bradford/Icon Sportswire)
    Final: Phillies 8, Rockies 5
    The Philadelphia Phillies entered  Saturday evening’s game coming off a brutal, 12-inning loss Friday, their second loss in a row. The team is also battling the
  • Phillies place Jean Segura, Scott Kingery, Victor Arano on IL

    PHILADELPHIA, PA – MARCH 28: Philadelphia Phillies Shortstop Jean Segura (2) throws to first during the game between the Atlanta Braves and the Philadelphia Phillies on March 28, 2019 at Citizens Bank Park in Philadelphia, PA.(Photo by Andy Lewis/Icon Sportswire)
    A gut-wrenching walkoff defeat on the scoreboard at the hands of the host Colorado Rockies was not the only loss suffered by the Philadelphia Phillies on Friday night.
    The club also lost three players to the Injured List: shortsto
  • Nola looks to right ship in Saturday evening game at Coors Field

    Aaron Nola will look to break his cold streak and give the Phillies their first win against Colorado this season (Gavin Baker/Icon Sportswire).
    Aaron Nola will take the mound for the Philadelphia Phillies Saturday night against the Colorado Rockies in the third game of the series at Coors Field, as the Phillies look to avoid a series-clinching loss.
    Through four starts in 2019, Nola has looked nothing like the pitcher who finished third in the National League Cy Young voting last season. Instead
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  • Larry Shenk’s Phillies Minor League Report: 4/20/19

    Phillies Nation is honored to have Larry Shenk among the ranks of our regular contributors.
    “The Baron” is the former Philadelphia Phillies head of community relations, a role in which he served the organization for more than four decades. Larry is also a 2018 inductee to the Delaware Sports Museum and Hall of Fame.
    In addition to the Phillies alumni and history work which Larry has been sharing with readers here at Phillies Nation, his “Minor League Report&
  • Harper’s first career five-hit game is wasted, Phillies lose on walk-off

    Bryce Harper posted five hits in a game for the first time in his career Friday. (Mark Goldman/Icon Sportswire)
    Final in 12 innings: Rockies 4, Phillies 3
    The Philadelphia Phillies left 19 runners on-base in their game against the Colorado Rockies Friday evening, and were just 1-16 with runners in scoring position. So, as you can guess, they weren’t able to defeat a team that has reached the postseason in consecutive seasons.
    The Rockies, uncharacteristically, struggled to make what would
  • Velasquez gets ball as Phillies look to stop suddenly-hot Rockies

    Vince Velasquez will make his third start of the 2019 season Friday. (Ian D’Andrea)
    The Philadelphia Phillies entered their four-game set with the Colorado Rockies Thursday evening already with five more wins than the Rockies. The Rockies also hadn’t won a single game at Coors Field in 2019.
    And yet, you got the feeling that the Phillies weren’t catching the Rockies at a great time.
    The Rockies entered their weekend set with the Phillies having won three consecutive games. Afte
  • So, you think the Rockies pitching stinks? That’s a seriously bad take

    Young righty Marquez emerging as a possible ace-caliber starting pitcher for the Colorado Rockies. (Ian D’Andrea)
    I saw it posted as a response today to our latest podcast posting at the Phillies Nation feed on Twitter:
    “Lose to lowly rocks pitching again boooooooooooo”
    Now, I’m not going to point out the individual or account name who posted it. If you want to go hunt and peck, feel free to do so for yourself.
    And I am fully aware that two things are likely in play here.
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  • Larry Shenk’s Phillies Minor League Report: 4/19/19

    Phillies Nation is honored to have Larry Shenk among the ranks of our regular contributors.
    “The Baron” is the former Philadelphia Phillies head of community relations, a role in which he served the organization for more than four decades. Larry is also a 2018 inductee to the Delaware Sports Museum and Hall of Fame.
    In addition to the Phillies alumni and history work which Larry has been sharing with readers here at Phillies Nation, his “Minor League Report&
  • Locked On Phillies 4/19: Harper and Hoskins have gone cold at the same time

    Rhys Hoskins (left) and Bryce Harper (right) are both in the midst of cold streaks. (Ian D’Andrea)
    On the April 19, 2019 edition of Locked On Phillies, Phillies Nation Editorial Director Tim Kelly breaks down the Philadelphia Phillies 6-2 loss the the Colorado Rockies Thursday evening. Kelly examines the slumps that both Bryce Harper and Rhys Hoskins are mired in currently after hot starts to the 2019 season.Later in the show, Kelly takes a look at two Phillies hitters that aren’t sl
  • Ryan McMahon’s 2 home run night leads Rockies to victory over Phillies

    Zach Eflin took his second consecutive loss Thursday night. (Kevin French/Icon Sportswire)
    The Philadelphia Phillies and Colorado Rockies opened a four-game weekend set Thursday. Zach Eflin and Kyle Freeland, the evening’s starting pitchers, made sure to keep scoring at a minimum while much of the Delaware Valley was focused on Game 3 of the Sixers-Brooklyn Nets playoff series.
    In the meantime, though, both teams flashed some leather.
    Scott Kingery, as you may have heard, is a natural seco
  • Rocky mountain high: Phillies open a long weekend in Denver

    The Phillies and host Colorado Rockies open up a four-game long weekend set at Coors Field in Denver. (Thelastcanadian)
    Along with their luggage, the Philadelphia Phillies (11-6) carried the best record in the National League with them on their Wednesday evening flight west to Denver. There, the early-season league leaders will take on the host Colorado Rockies (6-12) in a four-game set beginning on Thursday night.
    The Rockies are expected to be serious contenders for the NL West Division crown
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  • Roman Quinn rejoins Phillies with Odubel Herrera headed to injured list

    Roman Quinn is rejoining the Phillies after showing strong flashes of his potential in 2018. (Ian D’Andrea)
    During the Philadelphia Phillies victory over the New York Mets on Wednesday afternoon, center fielder Odubel Herrera came up limping after tracking down a fly ball in the fifth inning. He came out of the game, but manager Gabe Kapler said after the game that it was just cramps.
    Further tests revealed a hamstring strain for Herrera and he is headed to the injured list. Roman Quinn, w
  • Phillies milestone anniversary: Mike Schmidt’s career 500th home run

    Schmidt’s 500th career home run would prove to be a game-winner over the cross-state rival Pittsburgh Pirates in the days when both Pennsylvania teams played in the NL East.
    As a 23-year-old rookie in 1973, Mike Schmidt hit .196 with 18 home runs in 132 games. Not the greatest start. However, when his 18-year career with the Phillies ended in 1989, he had amassed 548 home runs. A Hall of Fame inductee and the greatest player in Phillies history.
    Schmidt couldn’t have written a m
  • Carlos Ruiz’s team has reached the championship round of the Panama Beisbol Mayor 2019

    Carlos Ruiz is one of the most popular players in Phillies history. (Derik Hamilton/Icon Sportswire)
    The Philadelphia Phillies will host retirement nights this summer for Chase Utley, Ryan Howard and Jimmy Rollins, three of the key cogs on their 2008 World Series team. But given that Carlos Ruiz hasn’t played since 2017 – meaning the now-retired Utley has played more recently than him – it seems strange that the Phillies don’t have an evening planned to honor the man that
  • Larry Shenk’s Phillies Minor League Report: 4/18/19

    Phillies Nation is honored to have Larry Shenk among the ranks of our regular contributors.
    “The Baron” is the former Philadelphia Phillies head of community relations, a role in which he served the organization for more than four decades. Larry is also a 2018 inductee to the Delaware Sports Museum and Hall of Fame.
    In addition to the Phillies alumni and history work which Larry has been sharing with readers here at Phillies Nation, his “Minor League Report&
  • Five pitchers who enjoyed a cup of coffee – just one – with the Phillies

    Anderson Garcia ranks among the few hurlers to enjoy one brief shining moment on the mound with the Phillies. (Joel Dinda)
    There’s a very small group that has its small place in Phillies history, experiencing a “cup of coffee.”
    Wondering where that phrase originated, Google came to the rescue: “A ‘cup of coffee’ is a North American sports idiom for a short time spent by a Minor League player at the Major League level.”
    Well, some careers were SO short, t
  • Locked On Phillies 4/18: Hernandez and Kingery are both good, it turns out

    Cesar Hernandez and Scott Kingery could be competing for time at second base. (Ian D’Andrea)
    On the April 18, 2019 edition of Locked On Phillies, Phillies Nation Editorial Director Tim Kelly examines the Phillies series-clinching 3-2 victory over the New York Mets Wednesday afternoon.
    Specifically, Kelly takes a look at the growing debate about whether Cesar Hernandez and Scott Kingery – two natural second baseman that each homered in Wednesday’s win – can co-exist.
  • Phillies earn series win behind Arrieta

    Jake Arrieta tossed 7+ innings on Wednesday for the third straight game. (Ian D’Andrea)
    Jake Arrieta has been the Phillies’ (11-6) most consistent starting pitcher to start the season. He continued that trend on Wednesday afternoon, leading the Phillies to a 3-2 victory and a series win over the New York Mets (10-8) at Citizens Bank Park. Things got a little too close for comfort in the ninth, but Hector Neris got out of a bases loaded jam to end the game. The series victory was the
  • Larry Shenk’s Phillies Minor League Report: 4/17/19

    Phillies Nation is honored to have Larry Shenk among the ranks of our regular contributors.
    “The Baron” is the former Philadelphia Phillies head of community relations, a role in which he served the organization for more than four decades. Larry is also a 2018 inductee to the Delaware Sports Museum and Hall of Fame.
    In addition to the Phillies alumni and history work which Larry has been sharing with readers here at Phillies Nation, his “Minor League Report&
  • Report: Phillies showing ‘strong interest’ in Mike Minor

    Matt Klentak and the Phillies are in need of some early season pitching help
    The Phillies are off to a 10-6 start to the season. Despite the signing of Bryce Harper and the additions of other key players like J.T. Realmuto, Andrew McCutchen and Jean Segura, the Phils have had some problems with pitching. The pitching rotation has the 22nd best ERA in the league to this point and the team just optioned Nick Pivetta to Triple-A Lehigh Valley. With a lot of questions surrounding the strength of the
  • Mike Schmidt’s 1976 four-home run game at Wrigley Field

    Baseball Hall of Famer and Phillies Wall of Famer Schmidt, the greatest player in franchise history, smashed four home runs on a wild day at Wrigley Field in Chicago back in 1976.
    Mike Schmidt and the Phillies were in Chicago for a two-game series, Saturday and Sunday afternoons. In the Saturday game, he set a club record by hitting four consecutive home runs, including a 10th-inning game-winner off right-hander Paul Reuschel as the Phillies hung on, 18–16. Their record stood at 2–3.
  • Arrieta gets ball in potentially crucial rubber match against Mets

    Jake Arrieta will start for the Phillies Wednesday afternoon. (Ian D’Andrea)
    It’s not a stretch to say that games like Wednesday afternoon’s Philadelphia Phillies-New York Mets matchup could ultimately be the difference between playing in the postseason or sitting at home in October. After the Mets defeated the Phillies in extra innings Monday, the Phillies rode a 10-run first inning to a 14-3 blowout victory Tuesday night. The two sides will return to Citizens Bank Park for a
  • Pivetta optioned, Eickhoff to join rotation

    Nick Pivetta has allowed 17 earned runs through four starts this season. (Photo by Andy Lewis/Icon Sportswire)
    The Phillies have not had the best luck with their starting rotation to begin the season. The staff has pitched themselves to a 5.10 ERA through 16 games, which is 22nd best in Major League Baseball. They’ve also allowed the seventh most home runs in the league and the opposition is hitting .276 off of them, 27th in MLB.
    Nick Pivetta entered the 2019 campaign with many believing h
  • Locked On Phillies 4/17: Scott Kingery has arrived

    Scott Kingery is off to a fast start in his second major league season. (Andy Lewis/Icon Sportswire)
    On the April 17, 2019 edition of Locked On Phillies, Phillies Nation Editorial Director Tim Kelly breaks down the Philadelphia Phillies 14-3 beatdown of the New York Mets Tuesday evening. Specifically, Kelly looks at the hot streak that Scott Kingery is currently in, why he needs to be getting at-bats and how him and Cesar Hernandez can co-exist.
    Later in the episode, Bryce Harper thanks Philadel
  • Jerad Eickhoff steals thunder provided by big Phillies bats in 14-3 victory over Mets

    Philadelphia Phillies pitcher Jerad Eickhoff (48) came up with a huge four-inning shutout performance on Tuesday night at Citizens Bank Park in Philadelphia PA. (Photo by Gavin Baker/Icon Sportswire)
    The Philadelphia Phillies (10 – 6) needed to make an early-season statement in a bad way. They wasted no time doing just that, erupting for 10 runs in the 1st inning and trouncing the division-rival New York Mets (10 – 7) by a score of 14-3 on Tuesday night at Citizens Bank Park.
    New Yor
  • Middle of the order slumping as Phillies look to bounce back against Mets

    Bryce Harper (R) and Rhys Hoskins (L) have both been slumping over the last week for the Phillies. (Ian D’Andrea)
    It was inevitable that Bryce Harper was going to slump at some point in the 2019 season. And following a white-hot start to his first year with the Phillies in which the new right fielder banged three homers and six extra-base hits over his first seven games, that slump has arrived.
    Over the last eight games, Harper is slashing just .156/.289/.281 with one home run, one double,
  • Larry Shenk’s Phillies Minor League Report: 4/16/19

    Phillies Nation is honored to have Larry Shenk among the ranks of our regular contributors.
    “The Baron” is the former Philadelphia Phillies head of community relations, a role in which he served the organization for more than four decades. Larry is also a 2018 inductee to the Delaware Sports Museum and Hall of Fame.
    In addition to the Phillies alumni and history work which Larry has been sharing with readers here at Phillies Nation, his “Minor League Report&
  • What’s behind Nick Pivetta’s struggles? His fastball

    Nick Pivetta has a 9.45 ERA through his first three starts. (Photo by Andy Lewis/Icon Sportswire)
    After a dominant Spring Training, Nick Pivetta entered 2019 as a dark horse candidate to be a National League All-Star. Some went as far as suggesting that the 26-year-old could find his way into the National League Cy Young Award race in 2019.
    But through the first three starts of Pivetta’s 2019 campaign, he’s totaled a 9.45 ERA across 13.1 innings. It’s caused the Phillies to tak
  • Locked On Phillies 4/16: Nola, Hoskins struggle in brutal loss to Mets

    Aaron Nola has a 7.32 ERA in four starts in 2019. (Ian D’Andrea)
    On the April 16 edition of Locked On Phillies, host Tim Kelly breaks down the Philadelphia Phillies brutal loss to the New York Mets Monday evening. Specifically, Kelly addresses an embarrassing defensive play from Rhys Hoskins and Cesar Hernandez.
    Kelly also takes a look at Aaron Nola’s alarming start to the 2019 season.
    In the second-half of the podcast, Kelly addresses a report that Craig Kimbrel’s price has dr
  • Phillies miss multiple opportunities, fall to Mets in extra innings

    Rhys Hoskins has struggled defensively back at his natural position of first base. (Photo by Kyle Ross/Icon Sportswire)
    Final: Mets 7, Phillies 6
    If you showed up to Citizens Bank Park Monday night expecting to see a pitcher’s duel between Aaron Nola and Noah Syndergaard, you didn’t get one.
    Both Nola and Syndergaard are one-time National League All-Stars. The start that each has had to their 2019 season suggests they won’t be taking part in this year’s midsummer classic
  • Nola to face Syndergaard in other Philly-New York matchup of night

    Aaron Nola (left) with duel against Noah Syndergaard (right) Monday night. (Ian D’Andrea)
    The Philadelphia Phillies-New York Mets matchup Monday night, of course, will take a backseat to another matchup between Philadelphia and New York City – Game 2 of the Philadelphia 76ers-Brooklyn Nets first-round playoff series. Considering how the Sixers looked in Game 1 of the series, though, it’s fair to wonder if Phillies and Mets won’t be the better game.
    Two of the game’s
  • David Robertson hits the IL with elbow soreness

    PHILADELPHIA, PA – MARCH 28: Philadelphia Phillies Pitcher David Robertson (30) delivers a pitch during the game between the Atlanta Braves and the Philadelphia Phillies on March 28, 2019 at Citizens Bank Park in Philadelphia, PA.(Photo by Andy Lewis/Icon Sportswire)
    The Philadelphia Phillies bullpen has been anything but consistent through the first 14 games of the season, posting a 4.64 ERA in 54.1 innings.
    One of Philadelphia’s bigger pitching acquisitions over the offseason was r
  • Larry Shenk’s Phillies Minor League Report: 4/15/19

    Phillies Nation is honored to have Larry Shenk among the ranks of our regular contributors.
    “The Baron” is the former Philadelphia Phillies head of community relations, a role in which he served the organization for more than four decades. Larry is also a 2018 inductee to the Delaware Sports Museum and Hall of Fame.
    In addition to the Phillies alumni and history work which Larry has been sharing with readers here at Phillies Nation, his “Minor League Report&
  • Minor League Mash-Up: Pitching prospects off to hot start in 2019

    Enyel De Los Santos is off to a strong start to the 2019 season for Triple-A Lehigh Valley. (Cheryl Pursell)
    Welcome to our first minor league mash-up for the 2019 season. The Philadelphia Phillies farmhands are off to a hot start, so lets dig in.
    Records
    Lehigh Valley IronPigs: 8-2
    Reading Fightin’ Phils: 5-3
    Clearwater Threshers: 2-9
    Lakewood BlueClaws: 3-8
    Notable PerformancesWe’ll start with a wild one that happened this past weekend. The IronPigs defeated Rochester 20-18 on Satu
  • Bullpen comes to the rescue as Phillies prevail in 14-innings

    Victor Arano and the bullpen showed up and came through huge today, keeping the Phillies in the game until their offense was able to produce in the top of the 14th inning. (Ian D’Andrea)
    The Phillies had to play a little longer today, but they came out on top in a series finale over the host Miami Marlins by 3-1 at Marlins Park. The 14-inning marathon win took four hours and 38 minutes, with the win leaving the Phillies at 9-5 on the season and giving them a series victory.
    Vince Velasquez
  • Lineup changes at the bottom for Phillies in rubber game with Fish

    Scott Kingery will be making his second start of the season, this time at third base, as Gabe Kapler shakes up the bottom of his lineup in Miami. (Ian D’Andrea)
    It was less than twenty-four hours ago that we referred to the Phillies manager as “Everyday Gabe” in the headline for Saturday night’s Gameday feature. For that contest, Gabe Kapler ran out the same starting lineup for the 11th time in the season’s first 13 games.
    After the Phillies had their doors blown of
  • Larry Shenk’s Phillies Minor League Report: 4/14/19

    Phillies Nation is honored to have Larry Shenk among the ranks of our regular contributors.
    “The Baron” is the former Philadelphia Phillies head of community relations, a role in which he served the organization for more than four decades. Larry is also a 2018 inductee to the Delaware Sports Museum and Hall of Fame.
    In addition to the Phillies alumni and history work which Larry has been sharing with readers here at Phillies Nation, his “Minor League Report&
  • Caleb Smith tosses a gem and Marlins bats blast Zach Eflin

    The host Miami Marlins ripped the Phillies by 10-3 on Saturday night at sparsely populated Marlins Park. (D Ramey Logan)
    MARLINS – 10, PHILLIES – 3
    The division-rival Miami Marlins (4-11) dumped the Philadelphia Phillies (8-5) by a 10-3 score on Saturday night at Marlins Park in South Florida.
    The Marlins came in having lost nine of their previous 10 games. But the hosts got on the board early against Eflin, scoring twice in the bottom of the 2nd inning, nearly getting even more.
    Wit
  • Everyday Gabe: Kapler rolls out same starting lineup on Saturday night

    Kapler rolls out the same starting lineup in Miami for the 11th time over the first 13 games. (Rich von Biberstein/Icon Sportswire)
    For a man who seemed to enjoy juggling his lineup a year ago more than a circus clown juggles bowling pins, Gabe Kapler has settled in to a nice, steady routine here in the 2019 season.
    It’s amazing what a year of experience – not to mention a tremendous increase in talent – will do for a guy. For Saturday evening’s middle game of a weekend t
  • Larry Shenk’s Phillies Minor League Report: 4/13/19

    Phillies Nation is honored to have Larry Shenk join the ranks of our regular contributors.
    “The Baron” is the former Philadelphia Phillies head of community relations, a role in which he served the organization for more than four decades. Larry is also a 2018 inductee to the Delaware Sports Museum and Hall of Fame.
    In addition to the Phillies alumni and history work which Larry has been sharing with readers here at Phillies Nation, his “Minor League Report” pieces wi
  • Arrieta, Marlins band steal show as Phillies crush Marlins

    Jake Arrieta has gone seven innings in consecutive starts. (Ian D’Andrea)
    Final: Phillies 9, Marlins 1
    Following being outscored 25-7 in the final two games of a series with a divisional rival, it’s hard to imagine having a start much worse than the Philadelphia Phillies did Friday evening against the lowly Miami Marlins. After loading the bases in the top of the first, the Phillies didn’t manage to push a single run across, with Rhys Hoskins striking out and J.T. Realmuto, in
  • Phillies have reportedly been doing “due diligence” on Madison Bumgarner

    Madison Bumgarner is a former World Series MVP. (Arturo Pardavila III)
    Not only has RHP Nick Pivetta had an extremely discouraging start for the Philadelphia Phillies in 2019 – he has a 9.45 ERA through the first three starts of what was expected by many to be a breakout season – but 2018 All-Star Aaron Nola has uncharacteristically allowed 10 earned runs over his last two starts. There’s reason to think that Nola, a year removed from finishing third in the National League Cy Y
  • Realmuto makes return to Miami as Phillies open weekend series with Marlins

    J.T. Realmuto spent the first four years of his career with the Marlins. (Ian D’Andrea)
    It’s been just over two months since the Philadelphia Phillies and Miami Marlins completed one of the biggest trades in the history of both of their franchises. On Feb. 7, 2019, the Phillies acquired All-Star catcher J.T. Realmuto from the Marlins. It came at a steep price, though, as the Phillies were forced to part with No. 1 overall prospect Sixto Sanchez and 25-year-old catcher Jorge Alfaro as
  • Larry Shenk’s Phillies Minor League Report: 4/12/19

    Phillies Nation was honored to have Larry Shenk join the ranks of our regular contributors during this past off-season.
    “The Baron” is the former Philadelphia Phillies head of community relations, a role in which he served the organization for more than four decades. Larry is also a 2018 inductee to the Delaware Sports Museum and Hall of Fame.
    In addition to the Phillies alumni and history work which Larry has been sharing with readers here at Phillies Nation, his “Minor L
  • Phillies Phlashback: April anniversaries and records

    It was April 13, 2009 when Phillies Nation lost iconic broadcaster Harry Kalas. (Peetlesnumber1)
    Every baseball season has moments that we will always remember. Looking back at anniversary moments and record performances ranging from 1919 to 2009, there are many that Phillies Alumni will cover monthly during this season.
    We begin with an April moment that sent Phillies Nation into mourning.
    April 13, 2009While preparing for a game in Washington, beloved broadcaster Harry Kalas collapse
  • Locked On Phillies 4/12: The All-Star Game is coming to Philadelphia…in 7 years

    Bryce Harper and the Phillies will host the 2026 All-Star Game. (Ian D’Andrea)
    On the April 12 edition of Locked On Phillies, Phillies Nation Editorial Director Tim Kelly breaks down news that the MLB All-Star Game is coming to Philadelphia in 2026. Additionally, Kelly breaks down what current Phillies will still be with the club in 2026.
    Later in the show, Kelly previews the Phillies weekend set with the Marlins, and checks in on Jorge Alfaro’s progress.
    Locked On Phillies is a
  • What current Phillies will still be with the team at time of 2026 MLB All-Star Game?

    Rhys Hoskins (left) and Bryce Harper (right) are the current faces of the Phillies. (Ian D’Andrea)
    Next Tuesday, per Matt Breen of The Philadelphia Inquirer, MLB will announce that Citizens Bank Park will host the 2026 All-Star Game. It’s hardly shocking news, as James Wagner, writing for The Washington Post, noted as far back as 2015 that the Philadelphia Phillies wanted to host the 2026 All-Star Game. 2026 will be America’s 250th anniversary, so Philadelphia &n
  • Report: 2026 All-Star Game to be held in Philadelphia

    It will be there in honor of the 250th anniversary of the Declaration of Independence
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