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.
New York Mets general manager Brodie Van Wagenen was not about to allow criticism recently directed at the organization by former pitcher Zack Wheeler go unchallenged.
After spending one season as Bryce Harper’s teammate, Philadelphia Phillies catcher J.T.
It would be understandable if Bryce Harper felt a twinge of jealously over the Washington Nationals reaching the World Series in the first season since his departure.
A Philadelphia sports fan who became a social media sensation thanks to his slightly off-putting but fantastic Phillie Phanatic tattoo on his stomach is now using his 15 minutes of fame to raise money
Bryce Harper has given Gabe Kapler a much-needed vote of confidence as the embattled Philadelphia Phillies manager appears to have found himself on the hot seat.
Bryce Harper has taken issue with the treatment he has received from heckling Washington Nationals fans after leaving the team in free agency, and his wife Kayla has since taken to Twitter to show she
Bryce Harper is a well-known Ohio State Buckeyes fan, and the opportunity to toy with a young Notre Dame Fighting Irish supporter during Monday’s game against the Cincinnati Reds was too good of an op
Sean Rodriguez’s decision to call out Philadelphia Phillies fans earlier this week over their penchant for booing slumping players led to a predictable outcome: They booed him in their first opportuni