Reports are emerging that the Orioles and Dodgers are close to a deal, who else could the Phillies be targeting before the trade deadline?
Don't be fooled by the fact that the Phillies were represented by only one player in the All-Star Game. The franchise's national profile is rising once again after six long years of non-contention.
In September, Garcia is expected to return to the ring against Shawn Porter, hoping to recover the World Boxing Council welterweight title he lost in 2017.
Most scouts pegged Aaron Nola as a middle-of-the-rotation starter in the major leagues. But they underestimated the Phillies ace's ability to adapt and adjust - and his emerging change-up.
Making his first career appearance in an all-star game, Phillies righthander Aaron Nola struck out two batters, including Mookie Betts, and got Mike Trout to pop out.
The 6-foot-10 Serbian forward informed the team this morning that he wants to remain in Europe this coming season.
The Phillies are making a pitch to acquire Baltimore Orioles all-star shortstop Manny Machado, who is expected to be traded sooner than later.
Foles will play the role of starting QB until the season begins, when Wentz hopes to take over his job as the starter.
This will be the first All-Star Game for Aaron Nola, but probably not the last. Here's a little something on guys who did make only one All-Star appearance for the Phils.
A win Wednesday night at Talen Energy Stadium would put the Union in the Open Cup semifinals for the first time in three years.
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It's that time of year when the national college football awards publish their preseason watch lists.
The honorees range from major-league players to local stars in rowing, boxing, track and baseball. Two former Inquirer sportswriters also received the nod.
Have the game's lulls overtaken baseball?