AP Source: Gabe Kapler Will Be Next Phillies ManagerFormer major league outfielder Gabe Kapler will be hired to manage the Philadelphia Phillies, according to a person familiar with the decision.
Report: Ausmus Candidate For Phillies Manager GigBrad Ausmus was 314-332 as the Tigers manager, reaching the playoffs in his first season.
Kahn: No Such Thing As Meaningless BaseballA beautiful day at the ballpark is still enjoyable, even if the two teams stink.
Philadelphia Phillies Scrap Plans To Honor Pete RoseThe Philadelphia Phillies have canceled plans to honor Pete Rose next week because of a woman's claim she had a sexual relationship with baseball's hit king when she was a minor.
30 Players: Improved Control Key For Phillies’ Vince VelasquezThe Phillies rebuild continues and they hope to have found a rotation staple in Velasquez.
Yer Out! Ump Asks Unruly Fan At Phillies Game To Be Removed [VIDEO]Hey leather lung, yer out!
Top 5 Wildest Sports Callers Of The Week: June 13th-June 17thThe Top 5 Sports Callers of the week is a weekly installment from CBS Local Sports that will bring you the wildest callers from across the nation.
Moniak Goes No. 1 To Phillies, Buddy Loses Tattoo BetMickey Moniak made his mark in the Major League Baseball draft — and his buddy could soon be getting a permanent reminder.
Police Probe Beer Bottle Thrown Near Phillies' Ryan HowardPhiladelphia police are investigating an incident in which a beer bottle was reportedly thrown near Phillies player Ryan Howard during Saturday's game.
Herrera's Homer Helps Phillies To 8-5 Win Over Tigers [VIDEO]Odubel Herrera and Peter Bourjos homered off Anibal Sanchez, and the Philadelphia Phillies salvaged the finale of their three-game series with Detroit, beating the Tigers 8-5 on Wednesday.
Verlander Shines, Rodriguez Earns 400th Save In Detroit WinSince losing 11 of 12 earlier this month, the Tigers have now won eight of nine.
After An Apology, Philadelphia Also Honoring Jackie RobinsonOn Jackie Robinson Day, Philadelphia is acknowledging its racist treatment of the baseball pioneer when he played in the city nearly 70 years ago.