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7/6/2015 | Billingsley to face old club when Phils-Dodgers continues

Chad Billingsley tried for a couple seasons to resume his career with the Dodgers, but his right elbow would not cooperate.

7/6/2015 | Papelbon named to NL All-Star pitching staff

Jonathan Papelbon will represent the Phillies at this year's All-Star Game in Cincinnati as the club's lone selection for 2015. The 34-year-old closer was announced among the National League's reserves Monday on the Esurance All-Star Selection Show on ESPN.

7/6/2015 | Amaro: Pitching prospect Nola 'close' to bigs

Aaron Nola remains the Phillies' closest pitching prospect to the big leagues, especially with the rotation consistently struggling to pitch six innings. It would not be a surprise to see him with the Phillies before the end of the month.

7/6/2015 | Phillies Minor League Review: June 29-July 5

Phillies Minor League Review: June 29-July 5

7/5/2015 | Despite lack of run support, Hamels excels

Cole Hamels had little to show for his efforts Sunday, but at least he helped to temporarily stop the bleeding.

7/5/2015 | Papelbon has best shot to be Phillies' All-Star

It is likely the Phillies will have only one representative on the National League All-Star team, and that announcement will come Monday night.

7/5/2015 | Phillies latest NL East foe for Dodgers

The Dodgers and Phillies begin a four-game series Monday at Dodger Stadium in the midst of a stretch that sees Los Angeles play 17 of 20 games against the National League East. Dodgers shortstop Jimmy Rollins will face his former team for the first time after spending 2001-14 with Philadelphia.

7/5/2015 | Phillies trade for No. 1 international signing slot

It is not Cole Hamels, Jonathan Papelbon or Ben Revere, but the Phillies made a trade Sunday. They acquired the No. 1 overall signing slot ($3,590,400) for the 2015-16 international signing period from Arizona for Class A Lakewood right-hander Chris Oliver, Class A Lakewood left-hander Josh Taylor and the team's No. 9 overall signing slot ($1,352,100).

7/5/2015 | Revere dealing with mild right hamstring soreness

Ben Revere has been one of the hottest hitters in baseball since the middle of May. But Revere said Sunday morning he has been battling "mild" right hamstring soreness, although he pinch-hit Thursday and played left field as a defensive replacement Friday.

7/5/2015 | 4-run 10th helps Phillies snap losing skid

After Cole Hamels and Shelby Miller produced a pitching matchup that lived up to expectations on Sunday afternoon at Turner Field, Ryan Howard helped the Phillies claim a 4-0, 10-inning win over the Braves courtesy of the sacrifice fly he produced against Dana Eveland.

7/4/2015 | Correia continues troubling trend for starters

Phillies right-hander Kevin Correia allowed 10 hits and nine runs in just 3 1/3 innings Saturday night in a 9-5 loss to the Braves at Turner Field. It was the 14th time in the past 18 games a Phillies starter had not pitched six innings.

7/4/2015 | Top pitchers Hamels, Miller collide in Atlanta

The Braves and Phillies wrap up their three-game series at Turner Field on Sunday with a matchup of their two best pitchers, Shelby Miller for Atlanta and Cole Hamels for Philadelphia, as the Braves shoot for a sweep.

7/4/2015 | Papelbon is All-Star worthy, says Phils skipper

The Phillies entered Saturday on pace for 109 losses, which means Jonathan Papelbon has not been a particularly busy closer this season. But when he has pitched, he has pitched well.

7/3/2015 | Morgan fends off tomahawk chop in return home

Adam Morgan returned to the city in which he grew up, in which he dreamed of pitching one day. He did so as a Phillie, and came oh-so-close to defeating the Braves on Friday night.

7/3/2015 | Wood, Correia look to keep fireworks to a minimum

Kevin Correia of the Phillies and Alex Wood of the Braves are both coming off strong outings heading into their Fourth of July meeting at Turner Field on Saturday.

7/3/2015 | Utley eyeing late July return

Chase Utley has yet to get back onto the field to even practice, but the Phillies second baseman is hoping to return from an ankle injury before August.

7/2/2015 | Young Phillies hitters have big night vs. Brewers

The Phillies lost unceremoniously. In an 8-7 defeat that lasted 11 innings, the Phillies sent six batters to the plate in extra innings. The results? Flyout. Strikeout. Popout. Groundout. Groundout. Groundout. But to characterize the entire loss based on the lack of extra-inning offensive output is a fallacy. The Phillies notched 16 hits on Thursday night and clawed back from a three-run deficit in the seventh inning to even force extras.

7/2/2015 | Phillies' bullpen carries load in loss

The Phillies bullpen carried the team in Thursday night's 8-7 11-inning loss to the Brewers, putting the Phillies in position to steal one win out of this four-game series. But being in position to win and winning are not one in the same.

7/2/2015 | Phillies place Harang on DL with plantar fasciitis

The Phillies moved pitcher Aaron Harang to the disabled list on Thursday afternoon with plantar fasciitis in his left foot. The move, which came as a counter move to Chad Billingsley being activated from the disabled list to start Thursday, came a day after Harang became the first Phillie to lose eight consecutive starts since 1972.

7/2/2015 | Franco named NL Rookie of the Month

Phillies third baseman Maikel Roberts has earned NL Rookie of the month honors for his performance through the month of June.

7/2/2015 | Teheran, Morgan duel as NL East rivals start weekend series

Julio Teheran will make his 17th start of the year for the Braves and he has a strong lifetime track record versus the Phillies. Adam Morgan is scheduled to make his second second-career Major League start after his most recent start versus the Nationals lasted two innings, but was cancelled due to rain.

7/1/2015 | Harang looks for answers as skid continues

Aaron Harang throws a lot of strikes. In the Phillies' 9-5 loss to the Brewers on Wednesday, Harang threw 91 pitches, 64 of which for strikes. Spending that much time in the zone ended up haunting Harang as he gave up eight runs and a season-high 14 hits in five-plus innings.

7/1/2015 | Garza, Crew eye 1st sweep in finale with Phils

The Phillies and Brewers will round out a four-game series in Philadelphia Thursday with the Brewers in position to pull off their first sweep of the year.

7/1/2015 | MacPhail: Phillies victim of own success

The Robin Hood-esque nature of Major League Baseball has victimized the Philadelphia Phillies. At least, that's how Andy MacPhail, the team's next president, sees it.

7/1/2015 | Phillies expected to sign Dominican slugger Ortiz

The Phillies are pleased with the early returns of the 2015 First-Year Player Draft, but they plan to add more power to the system Thursday.

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