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The Phillies' third-longest tenured player also has experienced a slow start to the season at the plate.
Freddy Galvis provided what could prove to be the Phillies' defense play of the year in Saturday night's loss.
A shaky seventh inning doomed David Buchanan and the Phillies in their 5-2 loss.
Minor League Report: Chad Billingsley struggled mightily during his third rehab start.
The sister of John S. Middleton, the billionaire co-owner of the Phillies, is seeking a new deal.
Roman Quinn's bat had barely settled in the dirt by the time he tapped his right cleat onto first base.
Aaron Harang threw eight shutout innings, dominating his former Atlanta Braves teammates.
The Phillies batboy plucked Freddy Galvis' batting helmet from the dirt near home plate.
Carlos Martinez struck out eight in seven innings, while Jason Heyward and Jhonny Peralta homered.
Jonathan Herrera singled home the tiebreaking run in the 11th inning.
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