Major League Baseball instituted a handful of rules changes for the 2020 season, and Philadelphia Phillies skipper Joe Girardi clearly is not a fan of one of them.
Bryce Harper’s ongoing and persistent campaign to convince the Philadelphia Phillies to sign J.T. Realmuto will unsurprisingly continue into the upcoming offseason.
Philadelphia Phillies skipper Joe Girardi reacted quite positively to how MLB has planned in order to finish off a campaign plagued by unprecedented circumstances related to the ongoing coronavirus pa
Philadelphia Phillies starting pitcher Zach Wheeler has joined the pantheon of MLBers who have suffered baffling injuries under the most bizarrely innocuous and seemingly benign circumstances.
The Washington Nationals’ social media team probably should be kicking themselves after a tweet trolling the division-rival Philadelphia Phillies looks pretty bad in hindsight.
A group of Philadelphia Phillies fans drew the ire of New York Yankees manager Aaron Boone by blowing airhorns outside Citizens Bank Park during Thursday’s game whenever a Bronx Bomber was at the plat
Philadelphia Phillies manager Joe Girardi nevertheless expressed concern Tuesday over the unquestionably troublesome situation.
Philadelphia Phillies shortstop Didi Gregorius revealed this week that he will wear a face mask during games, citing how a kidney condition puts him in a high-risk group amid the ongoing coronavirus
Joe Girardi will make his first return to Yankee Stadium as a manager of a different MLB team when the Philadelphia Phillies travel to New York for an exhibition game later this month.
Bryce Harper continued his crusade to convince the Philadelphia Phillies to sign J.T.
Philadelphia Phillies superstar Bryce Harper joined the countless athletes who have weighed in on the subject of racial injustice with a powerful statement shared on social media.
Philadelphia Phillies manager Joe Girardi apparently has been hearing the same thing.
Bryce Harper and the Phillie Phanatic have forged a strong bond since the slugger signed with the Philadelphia Phillies ahead of last season.
Bryce Harper is taking a pragmatic approach to the safeguards Major League Baseball is instituting amid the coronavirus outbreak.
The Philadelphia Phillies superstar specifically mentioned how New York Yankees slugger Aaron Judge lost out to the Astros’ Jose Altuve in AL MVP voting in 2017.