“Certainly, ‘Harper’s Bazaar’ has begun,” Boras said in the middle of a media scrum that lasted about an hour. “It’s fashionable. It’s historical. It’s elite. Global, certainly. And certainly, it has inspirations that deal with great shoes and great hair,
by: Matt Mullin — Philly Voice 7 Nov
According to Jon Morosi of MLB Network, the Phillies are interested in signing former Red Sox and Braves closer Craig Kimbrel.
MLB free agency rumors: Phillies expected to be 'major players' for Patrick Corbin is quest for top-end starting pitching
by: Matt Mullin — Philly Voice 5 Nov
A lot of the talk surrounding the Phillies this offseason has focused on a pair of names, Bryce Harper and Manny Machado. And for good reason.
by: Evan Macy — Philly Voice 4 Nov
There are two big prizes this offseason: Bryce Harper and Manny Machado. With the hot stove officially on, the Phillies are expected to be one of the favorites to sign both — or if you ask Las Vegas oddsmakers, THE favorite.
What they're saying about the Phillies: Paul Goldschmidt, Clayton Kershaw and other interesting fall trade, free agency rumors
by: Evan Macy — Philly Voice 1 Nov
MLB's free agency officially begins Friday afternoon, which is when the clock will begin on Manny Machado and Bryce Harper as each treks to find a home for 2019 and beyond. Obviously, the Phillies hope they are the chosen ones this fall — Las Vegas seems.
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by: Angelo Cataldi — Philly Voice 29 Oct
Hey, did you see that amazing Game 3 of the World Series last Friday night (and Saturday morning) between the Red Sox and the Dodgers? Naw. Me neither.
by: Matt Mullin — Philly Voice 29 Oct
With the Boston Red Sox's victory over the Los Angeles Dodgers in Game 5 of the World Series on Sunday night, the 2018 MLB season officially came to a close. And, as is the case every year, when one season ends, another begins: hot stove season.
by: Michael Tanenbaum — Philly Voice 28 Oct
President Donald Trump was so sickened by the L.A. Dodgers' collapse in Game 4 of the World Series on Saturday night that he fired off a tweet ripping a bullpen led by former Philadelphia Phillies reliever Ryan Madson.