Touting the man seated to his left as “a rare combination of both old-school experience and new-age thinking,” Phillies co-owner John Middleton made a rare public appearance Monday at Citizens Bank Park to introduce Andy MacPhail as the club’s new president.
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MacPhail taking over as Phillies president
The Phillies travel to Atlanta on Thursday night to open a three-game series. They know what downtown hotel they are staying in. They know what flight they will board.
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Who’ll manage Phillies short-term? Maybe not Mackanin
Once again Phillies righthander Chad Billingsley is returning to the big leagues. Billingsley will start Thursday against the visiting Milwaukee Brewers.
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Phillies Notes: Billingsley will start for Phillies on Thursday
Lehigh Valley (31-48) beat the Scranton RailRiders 8-1. Aaron Nola pitched five innings and left with a 7-0 lead. His line was – 5.0 IP, 5 H, 0 R, 3 BB, 4 K, 90 pitches, 54 strikes. Nefi Ogando and Adam Loewen pitched three shutout innings. Cesar Jimenez gave up the ‘Riders only run. Aaron … Continue reading Box Score Recap – 6/29/2015 →
Box Score Recap – 6/29/2015
John Middleton, plurality ownership partner of the Philiadelphia Phillies, announced this afternoon the hiring of Andy MacPhail to succeed Pat Gillick as club President. MacPhail will serve as Special Assistant to Gillick until the end of the 2015 season. He will use the time to observe the organization. Middleton said during the press conference that MacPhail’s … Continue reading Welcome, Andy MacPhail! →
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Welcome, Andy MacPhail!
To be successful in the world of sports a team and franchise needs to be capable of making changes and adjustments before it is too late. Few organizations can demonstrate that better than the Philadelphia Phillies.
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The future begins now for the Phillies
Milwaukee Brewers (29-48, 5th) @ Philadelphia Phillies (27-50, 5th) Game Times: Monday, Tuesday & Wednesday – 7:05 Thursday – 6:35 Hitting & Fielding: C – Jonathan Lucroy vs. Carlos Ruiz 1B – Adam Lind vs.
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Series Showdown: Phillies versus Brewers
In the first 161 games of his major-league career before Sunday, Phillies infielder Cesar Hernandez had stolen just four bases.
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Phillies Notes: Hernandez getting better by the game