LAKE BUENA VISTA, Fla. - The rain fell harder, delaying a fake baseball game in a make-believe town, and there was nothing else to do on the Phillies' radio broadcast but open the phone lines.
At 86, with left-hip problems three replacement surgeries haven't fixed, Curt Simmons doesn't often leave his Limekiln residence.
When he does, people seldom approach the former Phillies lefthander, once one of this area's most familiar names and faces.
Andy MacPhail, further than ever from baseball, stood atop what his tour guide described as the greatest graveyard in the world.
DUNEDIN, Fla. — The competition to become the Phillies’ fifth starter ended Monday morning like this: Adam Morgan emerged from a meeting...
DUNEDIN, Fla. - The Phillies will remain in Florida for almost four more weeks. Spring training, manager Pete Mackanin said, is a long time, and he said he does not expect anyone to be "really good" this early in camp.
For Greg Burke and Bobby LaFramboise, pitching sidearm is a way to catch attention, and, maybe, make an MLB roster.
The Phillies want to nail this summer's draft. So they're putting a new emphasis on scouting.
Ryan Howard said he has no idea why he would have been named in a report on performance-enhancing drugs.
A Rule 5 pick, lefthander Daniel Stumpf hopes to land a bullpen job with the Phillies.
A good bullpen on a rebuilding team, the Phillies concluded, was a waste.
"You never know" is about all you can say as the widely panned Phillies start a new season.
Bob Brookover: Here's the case for keeping pitcher Cole Hamels.
Video: Today, Inquirer columnist Mike Sielski debuts "The Broad View," his new daily commentary.