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Phillies Add Pair of Coaches to Staff

The Philadelphia Phillies have announced the additions of Rick Kranitz as bullpen coach and John McLaren as catching coach. Kranitz spent the past five seasons as the Brewers pitching coach, while McLaren spent the past four seasons as a scout with the A’s.For ...

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Dom Brown, 3 Other Phillies Outrighted

Outfielder Domonic Brown was outrighted from the 40-man roster on Monday and among four players released by the Philadelphia Phillies. Prospects prospects Tommy Joseph and Kelly Dugan and outfielder Brian Bogusevic joined him. For more on this story, click here.

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De Fratus, Pettibone Among Those Off 40-Man Roster

The Phillies have announced that seven players have been outrighted from the active 40-man major league roster. The list – pitchers Justin De Fratus, Jonathan Pettibone, Adam Loewen and Ken Roberts; infielder Chase d’Arnaud; outfielder Jordan Danks; and catcher Erik Kratz ...

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Phillies End Season With 7-2 Win Over Marlins

David Buchanan pitched 6.2 innings of two-run baseball and Aaron Altherr knocked in four runs as the Philadelphia Phillies saw their miserable 2015 season come to a close Sunday afternoon with a 7-2 win over the visiting Miami Marlins at Citizens ...

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Could Phillies Family Feud Impact Team’s Finances?

Could Phillies Family Feud Impact Team’s Finances?

Philadelphia Phillies co-owner John Middleton is reportedly involved in an ugly family inheritance dispute with his sister Anna Nupson. The disagreement includes what Nupson’s believes is her right to a share of the team. For more on this story, click ...

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Phillies Rally to Beat Mets, 7-5

A 5-0 deficit after one inning of play wasn’t enough to thwart the Philadelphia Phillies on Wednesday night as they battled their way to a 7-5 win over the National League East champion New York Mets at Citizens Bank Park. ...

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Asher Shines Not Quite Bright Enough to Beat Marlins

Phillies rookie starter Alec Asher turned in a near-dominating performance Thursday night in Miami, but the offense let him down in a 1-0 loss to the Marlins. Asher allowed just three hits and one walk over seven innings while striking ...

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