• Phils reveal starters for first 3 spring games
  • The Phillies on Tuesday announced their starting pitchers for three games this week.

  • Phillies making organizational upgrades
  • The Phillies have been making changes to Citizens Bank Park in Philadelphia and to Spectrum Field in Clearwater, but on Monday, Phillies president Andy MacPhail outlined other changes happening inside the organization and expanded on the philosophies behind them.

  • Breaking down the Phillies' Top 30 Prospects
  • Back at the trade deadline in 2015, the Phillies realized it was time to turn things over and rebuild. That effort continues, but several of the players from trades graduated off the Top 30 in 2016. With all of the flux, one name on the Phillies list has remained a constant: J.P. Crawford.

  • Rose officially on Phillies Wall of Fame ballot
  • Phillies president Andy MacPhail said Pete Rose will be on the Phillies' Wall of Fame ballot this year. Fans will vote online for five finalists. A selection committee then will select the 2017 honoree. Major League Baseball recently approved the Phillies' request to honor Rose, who remains ineligible for the National Baseball Hall of Fame as a result of betting on baseball.

  • Sweet springtime: Phils keep it lively at camp
  • Bob Seger's "Night Moves" and other music served as the Phillies' soundtrack to Monday's workout at Carpenter Complex. It's baseball -- why not?

  • Hellickson likely to be Opening Day starter
  • It's not official, but expect Jeremy Hellickson to be the Phillies' Opening Day starter.

  • MacPhail endorses Phils facility's fresh look
  • Spectrum Field has had a different look and feel this spring. Sure, it is the first Spring Training without a single player from the 2008 World Series championship team. But there have been physical changes to the exterior and interior of the ballpark and Carpenter Complex, too.

  • Glove story: Phillies arrive to find mitts waiting
  • Jerad Eickhoff arrived at Spectrum Field before Phillies pitchers and catchers held their first workout Tuesday to find a new black glove with red stitching sitting at his locker. He had designed the custom mitt in the offseason after signing a new contract with Wilson.

  • Lidge on Phils' arms: 'They've got the talent'
  • Brad Lidge still looks like he could pitch for the Phillies. But on Sunday, he finished his second turn as a guest instructor at Phillies camp. This time, he saw a lot of young pitchers and a lot of new faces.

  • Phils' logjam could leave starters in 'pen
  • Alec Asher can do the math. The Phillies have 12 starters that could open the season in the big leagues or Triple-A. Twelve starters, 10 jobs.

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