The Phillies Zone Archive: August, 2012

Pettibone Continues Triple-A Dominance

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ALLENTOWN -- Since being promoted in late July from Double-A Reading, right-hander Jonathan Pettibone has been dominant for Triple-A Lehigh... Read more

Hunter Pence's message to fans

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All fans attending Tuesday's game receive a Hunter Pence bobblehead, plus a special message from the departed outfielder. Pence was traded... Read more

Mayberry Looking For Right Answer

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Nobody knows whether John Mayberry Jr. factors into the Phillies plans for the future, but manager Charlie Manuel made it simple and clear... Read more

Game 122: Polanco Returns

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The Phillies have activated Placido Polanco from the disabled list and put him in the lineup for tonight’s game at Citizens Bank Park... Read more

Phillies chat with Bob Brookover

Join the Inquirer's Bob Brookover as he takes your Phillies questions in a live chat, scheduled to start Monday at noon. On a mobile device?... Read more

Ruiz's boot coming off; Phillies expect him to play again in 2012

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MILWAUKEE — Carlos Ruiz's career season was interrupted by a partial tear in his left foot, but there are signs he will return before... Read more

Jesse Biddle tosses 7 no-hit innings

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The Phillies have exercised caution all season with top prospect Jesse Biddle, opting to leave the 20-year-old at single-A Clearwater for a... Read more

Phillies acquire O'Sullivan to complete Blanton trade

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MILWAUKEE — The Phillies received single-A righthander Ryan O'Sullivan from Los Angeles as the player to be named later to complete a... Read more

What do you want out of final 44 games?

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MILWAUKEE — Two days after the Phillies traded away two-thirds of their outfield and officially raised the white flag on 2012, Ryan Howard... Read more

After perceived lack of hustle, Rollins meets with Manuel

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MILWAUKEE — The loudest sound in the visitors clubhouse at Miller Park hours before Thursday's game was the echo of bat meeting ball... Read more