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Moving Brett Myers to bullpen worked for Phillies in 2007. Could they have similar success with Nick Pivetta or Vince Velasquez? | Scott Lauber

Twelve years ago, the Phillies turned their opening-day starter into a late-inning reliever to help strengthen their bullpen. Are there lessons to be learned for this year's team?

Practice makes nearly perfect for Andrew McCutchen in Phillies’ victory over Rockies

Harper split the gap in right-center field by stroking a 97 mph fastball for a two-run double that provided the winning margin in a 5-4 victory and snapped the Phillies' three-game losing skid.

Phillies believe Seranthony Dominguez will regain dominant fastball

Dominguez has struggled so far this season, and lately in particular, giving up runs in four of his last eight appearances.

Bryce Harper returns to familiar No. 3 spot in Phillies’ batting order vs. Rockies

Gabe Kapler prefers to have the slumping right fielder in the No. 3 spot in order to provide diversity in a righty-leaning lineup.

Should Seranthony Dominguez rank high on Phillies’ list of concerns? Yes, Ser. | Extra Innings

Entering yesterday’s game, opponents were batting .314 and slugging .486 against the young reliever's fastball.

How defensive shifts have contributed to Bryce Harper’s long slump | Extra Innings

Plus, the numbers behind Zach Eflin's incredible three-game stretch.

How Phillies players have made practical use of analytics to improve their games

Analytics aren't for everyone. But baseball's data and technology boom is here to stay, and Phillies third baseman Maikel Franco and pitcher Zach Eflin are among the players who have put it to good use.

Inside five analytics the Phillies use and how they use them

FIP? wOBA? DRS? It might seem like another language, but the Phillies are fluent in it.

Why the Phillies believe starting rotation’s three-week run of success is sustainable

It's hard to predict what makes the rotation successful night in and night out.

Phillies lose to Brewers on night Bryce Harper makes two risky, but impressive sliding catches in same inning

The first grab left him grabbing at his knee and walking off the pain; the second earned him a standing ovation, the only one of the night in a 6-1 Phillies loss at Citizens Bank Park.