Joe Girardi views Aaron Nola and Zack Wheeler as the Philadelphia Phillies' new co-aces.
The Phillies signed a five-year deal with former New York Mets pitcher Zack Wheeler, the clubhouse confirmed Monday.
Winter has rolled around again and the Phillies are reportedly looking to sign another Washington Nationals slugger.
At the end of the day, the price tag is too high. But, hey, good for Wheeler for getting paid.
According to MLB.com, the veteran pitcher has agreed to a one-year, $18 million deal with the Atlanta Braves.
Second baseman César Hernández and third baseman Maikel Franco became free agents when the Phillies did not offer them contracts on Monday.
Covenant House held its seventh annual sleep out Thursday. Phillies legends Charlie Manuel and Larry Bowa stepped up to help the cause.
Joe Dillon has been hired as hitting coach for the Philadelphia Phillies under new manager Joe Girardi.
The Phillie Phanatic spent time Saturday planting trees, making West Philadelphia a little greener.
More than a dozen pediatric patients from local children's hospitals are spending the night in the Phillies clubhouse for a sleepover.
The Philadelphia Phillies have declined club options on left-hander Jason Vargas and right-handers Jared Hughes and Pat Neshek.
Jake Arrieta is staying with the Philadelphia Phillies, exercising a $20 million player option for 2020 on Saturday.
Philadelphia Phillies catcher J.T. Realmuto is taking home some hardware after winning the Rawlings National League’s Gold Glove Award.
With Joe Girardi at the helm, the Philadelphia Phillies continued to add experience to their coaching staff on Thursday by hiring of Bryan Price as pitching coach.
The Philadelphia Phillies have officially welcomed manager Joe Girardi to the clubhouse.
The Philadelphia Phillies have hired Joe Girardi as manager. Girardi received a three-year contract with a club option for 2023.
The Washington Nationals are one more series away from bringing a title back to D.C. – and fulfilling Bryce Harper's famously flubbed dream.
The Philadelphia Philllies have fired manager Gabe Kapler, the team announced Thursday.
Gabe Kapler wants the opportunity to lead the Philadelphia Phillies back to the postseason after consecutive collapses in September.
As the Philadelphia Phillies front office mulls over the future of Gabe Kapler and other coaches, one member of the team's staff will reportedly not return next season.