Phillies owner John Middleton vows to spend big this winter

In an interview with USA Today, the Phillies owner confirmed what rival team officials have suspected all along: He's ready to drop big bucks for talented players.

Phillies should always have an eye on Mike Trout | Extra Innings

The Angels' perennial All-Star would be the biggest difference maker on the field and at the box office.

Phillies should always have an eye on Mike Trout | Extra Innings

The Angels' perennial All-Star would be the biggest difference maker on the field and at the box office.

Fired Phillies pitching coach Rick Kranitz deserved better | Bob Brookover

The Phillies promoted assistant pitching coach Chris Young Wednesday and it unfairly cost Rick Kranitz his job.

Fired Phillies pitching coach Rick Kranitz deserved better | Bob Brookover

The Phillies promoted assistant pitching coach Chris Young Wednesday and it unfairly cost Rick Kranitz his job.

Phillies’ Aaron Nola loses out on Cy Young award to Mets’ Jacob deGrom

It's the highest finish for a Phillies pitcher since 2011.

Phillies’ Aaron Nola loses out on Cy Young award to Mets’ Jacob deGrom

It's the highest finish for a Phillies pitcher since 2011.
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Chris Young replaces Rick Kranitz as Phillies pitching coach

Once two other teams started zeroing in on the 37-year-old Young as a potential pitching coach, Gabe Kapler promoted him.

What a contract extension for Aaron Nola might look like

The right-hander won't win the Cy Young Award this year, but he earned a different distinction: the biggest bargain of any pitcher in baseball.

Gabe Kapler’s Malibu home destroyed by wildfire

Gabe Kapler's home near the Pacific Ocean in Malibu, Calif. was destroyed by fire as wildfires continue to spread throughout parts of California.

As the Harper/Machado sweepstakes persist, all eyes on Phillies GM Klentak

It's a whole new world for the 38-year-old general manager, whose fourth offseason with the Phillies will be unlike any of his previous three.

Closer-less Phillies will flirt with Red Sox’s Craig Kimbrel, but trading for a reliever might be more likely

"Part of the fun of this offseason is we don't know which way we're going to go," GM Matt Klentak said. "It could be a starter. It could be a reliever. It could be a hitter. It could be a defender."

Rhys Hoskins seems headed back to first base | Extra Innings

"I think right now we would probably be looking at Rhys playing some left and some first," general manager Matt Klentak says.

Scott Boras notes ‘positive environment’ around Phillies as they enter Bryce Harper sweepstakes

Super-agent, who is seeking a record-setting free-agent contract for Harper, has gotten good vibes from his Phillies clients, including Jake Arrieta and Rhys Hoskins.

Phillies' unlikely dissuaded by Manny Machado's postseason antics

Character matters, according to general manager Matt Klentak. But does it matter enough that the Phillies would steer clear of star shortstop?

Phillies won’t lack options in search for a left-handed starter

In addition to the abundance of lefties on the free-agent market, here are three prominent pitchers who are being discussed in trade talks.

Remembering Roy Halladay’s legacy one year after his death

The beloved Phillies ace died in a plane crash off the coast of Florida on Nov. 7, 2017, and his legacy was felt during the 2018 Phillies season.

Bryce Harper and Manny Machado? Phillies fans shouldn’t hold their breath.

Although the Phillies are willing to make a long-term commitment to a star player, they also believe in preserving financial flexibility for future years.

Phillies’ Aaron Nola named N.L. Cy Young award finalist

The 25-year-old righthander is joined by two other N.L. East pitchers.

Charlie Manuel under consideration for Hall of Fame

He is among 10 candidates on the Hall's "Today's Game Era" ballot.

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