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Phillies Ownership Member Sally Buck Passes Away

The Phillies are mourning a member of their ownership “family.” Sally Buck passed away at 83 Saturday. She’s the second member of the ownership group to die this year, following the death of Claire Betz. For more on this story, ...

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Errors Hurt Phils in Extra-Inning Loss to Cards

By Erik Bacharach, Phillies.com PHILADELPHIA — There are just five weeks of baseball left in the 2014 season, but the Phillies are still struggling in an area that was highly stressed by manager Ryne Sandberg during Spring Training. Poor execution ...

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Former Phillie Schilling Opens Up About Cancer Diagnosis

By Spencer Fordin, MLB.com There’s another ballplayer lined up in the fight against smokeless tobacco. Curt Schilling said Wednesday that he believes his use of smokeless tobacco led to oral cancer that required radiation and chemotherapy. Schilling revealed the type of ...

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Amaro’s Job Safe, Montgomery Says

Report From Phillies.com PHILADELPHIA — The Phillies might have the third-highest payroll in baseball, but they are going to miss the postseason for the third consecutive year. But Phillies president David Montgomery’s support for general manager Ruben Amaro Jr. has ...

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Williams Solid Again, Phils Beat Mariners

By Erik Bacharach, Phillies.com PHILADELPHIA — Jerome Williams didn’t appear to be the prettiest addition, even for a starting rotation starving for help. A 6.04 ERA in 47 2/3 innings prompted Williams’ release from the Astros in June. Two starts, ...

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Revere Contending for NL Batting Crown

By Todd Zolecki, Phillies.com SAN FRANCISCO — Based on the grimaces on his face, Phillies center fielder Ben Revere is playing with plenty of pain these days. His surgically repaired right ankle is causing him fits. “I’ve been this far,” Revere ...

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Stranded Runners Doom Phillies in Finale Vs. San Fran

By Todd Zolecki, Phillies.com SAN FRANCISCO — The Phillies chased Tim Lincecum from the mound after just five innings Sunday afternoon at AT&T Park. He allowed seven hits and four walks and hit a batter, throwing 97 pitches in the ...

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