• Moyer exits Phillies' booth to be with family
  • Jamie Moyer has informed Comcast SportsNet that he will not return to the Phillies' television broadcast booth next season. Moyer, 52, told the network he wants to spend more time with his family at their home in California.

  • Early Hot Stove splashes with more to come in NL East
  • Among NL East clubs, the Marlins made the boldest move of the winter thus far, coming to terms with Giancarlo Stanton on a contract extension potentially worth $325 million. We've also seen a major trade involving the Braves and a surprising signing by the Mets.

  • Phils' search for power moves on without Tomas
  • The Phillies will have to look elsewhere for a power bat in the outfield now that Cuban slugger Yasmany Tomas has agreed to a deal with the D-backs.

  • Phillies' giving spirit lasts all year long
  • The Phillies raised a record $904,732 for the ALS Association at this summer's ALS Phestival. They have raised more than $15.2 million over the past 30 years, but they were involved elsewhere in the community, too. With the arrival of Thanksgiving and the holiday season, now is a good time to take a look at what else the Phillies have been up to this year.

  • Lee cleared to begin offseason throwing program
  • After an examination last week, Cliff Lee has been cleared to begin his normal offseason throwing program next week, a good sign for the left-hander as he recovers from an elbow issue that sidelined him for the final two months of the 2014 season.

  • Phillies sign five to Minor League contracts
  • The Phillies have signed five additional players to Minor League contracts with invitations to Major League Spring Training. They are right-hander Paul Clemens, catchers Rene Garcia and Koyie Hill and infielders Chris Nelson and Cord Phelps.

  • Postseason heroics bolster Schilling's HOF case
  • This is Curt Schilling's third year of eligibility, but he doesn't expect to get in this go-around, especially when he knows who else is on the Hall of Fame ballot. The voting results will be announced on Jan. 6 on MLB Network and MLB.com.

  • A look back at the careers of first-timers on Hall ballot
  • Most of the first-timers on the latest Hall of Fame ballot don't have a legitimate chance of making it to Cooperstown, but they nonetheless had impressive big league careers worthy of another look.

  • Trio of young arms added to Phillies' 40-man roster
  • The Phillies added pitchers Jesse Biddle, Adam Morgan and Nefi Ogando to the 40-man roster on Thursday to protect them from the Rule 5 Draft.

  • Harmon becomes part of Hall of Fame after visit
  • Terry Harmon played 10 seasons in the big leagues as a utility infielder for the Phillies, retiring after the 1977 season. Last year, he and his wife, Kay, decided to do something they'd never done before: visit the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum. As a result of that pilgrimage, Harmon is now in the Hall of Fame. Or, at least, his glove is.

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