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  • Hernandez scores winning run on Herrera's triple
    Cesar Hernandez and Odubel Herrera combined for the big hits Friday night in a 2-1 victory over the Pirates at Citizens Bank Park. Leading off the eighth, Hernandez ripped a double to right field and scored on Herrera's one-out triple. The Phillies improved to 7-1 at home.
  • Herrera fakes swing twice before taking pitch
    Herrera fakes swing twice before taking pitch
  • Hoskins in awe after Thome compliments swing
    Rhys Hoskins hopped onto MLB Network late Thursday night to talk about the Phillies, but unexpectedly found himself watching the monitor in front of him as Jim Thome dissected his swing.
  • Nola out to continue strong '18 vs. Bucs
    Phillies right-hander Aaron Nola (1-1, 2.22 ERA) starts Saturday afternoon's 4:05 ET game against the Pirates at Citizens Bank Park. Nola has been inducing a ton of weak contact. His opponents' average exit velocity at 85.1 mph ranks 13th out of 176 pitchers. Only one ball has been barreled against him. Steven Brault starts for the Pirates.
  • Mills among top prospect performers
    Phillies left-hander McKenzie Mills was among top prospect performers on Friday.
  • Arrieta fans 10 in dominant 7 innings vs. Bucs
    Jake Arrieta dominated the Pirates Thursday night at Citizens Bank Park. He allowed one hit and two walks in seven scoreless innings, striking out 10 as the Phillies won, 7-0.
  • Cesar Hernandez hit a three-run single
    Cesar Hernandez hit a three-run single
  • Phillies' Top 30 Prospects list
    Who do the Phillies have in the pipeline? Get scouting reports, video, stats, projected ETAs and more for Philly's Top 30 Prospects on MLBPipeline.com's Prospect Watch.
  • These Phillies rank among baseball's fastest
    One of the reasons the Phillies love Scott Kingery is because he can fly around the bases. He is one of the fastest runners in baseball, in fact, ranking eighth on Statcast™'s sprint speed leaderboard.
  • Phillies turn back the clocks with unis
    The Phillies and D-backs turned back the clocks
  • NL East: Checking in on the new guys
    There are plenty of new faces in the National League East. Some of them have had a major impact on their team's success the first three weeks of the season. Others have not. Here is a look at some of the most notable newcomers in the NL East entering Thursday.
  • Santana, Phils confident luck will soon change
    Carlos Santana did not start Wednesday night's series finale against the Braves at SunTrust Park, the first time Santana has not been in the starting lineup this season.
  • Phils encouraged by Velasquez, arms on trip
    While the Phillies would have loved to return home with a series victory over the Braves, they left Atlanta with some encouraging starting pitching performances that could bode well for the future.
  • Hoskins' two-out double lifts Phillies in 10
    After striking out three times in the game, Rhys Hoskins redeemed himself in the top of the 10th inning, ripping a two-out double to the right-field wall to drive in two runs in the Phillies' 5-1 win over the Braves in 10 innings. Starter Nick Pivetta allowed one run in five innings for the Phillies, while Hector Neris picked up the win in relief. Braves starter Mike Foltynewicz allowed one run in six innings and struck out eight. Ender Inciarte had three hits and Dansby Swanson had two for Atlanta.
  • Kapler eyes balance for Crawford vs. lefties
    Phillies manager Gabe Kapler made an interesting decision in the eighth inning Monday night at SunTrust Park.
  • Neris couldn't believe he got pinch-hit for
    Neris couldn't believe he got pinch-hit for
  • Herrera homers, but miscues cost Phils in loss
    Phillies center fielder Odubel Herrera showed exactly why he can be so exciting and frustrating at the same time Monday night at SunTrust Park.
  • Phils starters adept at inducing weak contact
    One of the most encouraging things early this season for Phillies manager Gabe Kapler is that his pitchers are keeping hitters' barrels off the ball.
  • Suarez among top prospect performers
    Here's MLB Pipeline's roundup of the top prospect performances in the Minor Leagues on Monday.
  • Kingery's hit streak at 6 as Phils win 6th straight
    Scott Kingery stretched his hitting streak to six games to lead the Phillies to a 10-4 win and a series sweep over the Rays at Tropicana Field on Sunday. It was the second consecutive sweep for Philadelphia and eighth win in their last nine games.
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