• Phillies have trio ranked among Top 100 Prospects
  • A big reason the Phillies won the 2008 World Series was the steady stream of homegrown talent that funneled from the Minor Leagues to the 25-man roster from 2000 to '07. Perhaps helps is on the way. MLBPipeline.com ranked three Phillies among baseball's Top 100 Prospects list, which was unveiled Friday night.

  • Phillies add pitching depth with Billingsley signing
  • The Phillies need to protect themselves in the starting rotation in the event somebody is injured or they trade Cole Hamels, Cliff Lee or both. They hope Chad Billingsley can be that guy. The team announced Thursday night it signed Billingsley, 30, to a one-year, $1.5 million contract, which includes performance bonuses.

  • On the Cusp: Philadelphia Phillies
  • Bernie Pleskoff takes a look at which Phillies prospects could see the big leagues in 2015, including infielder Maikel Franco and left-hander Jesse Biddle, ranked No. 3 and No. 7 by MLB.com.

  • Montgomery returns to Phillies as chairman
  • The Phillies announced significant changes to their leadership Wednesday afternoon. David Montgomery will rejoin the franchise as team chairman, not as team president, the role he had held since 1997. Montgomery took a medical leave of absence in August following jaw bone cancer surgery in May. Pat Gillick replaced Montgomery as interim president, but the team said the interim tag has been removed. Bill Giles has moved from chairman to chairman emeritus.

  • Prospect Watch: Top 10 shortstops
  • MLBPipeline.com's 2015 Top 100 Prospects list will be unveiled on Friday on MLB.com, with the Top 50 revealed during a one-hour show on MLB Network at 9 p.m. ET. Leading up to that, MLBPipeline.com takes a look at baseball's Top 10 prospects at each position.

  • Blue Jays, Brewers talk potential trade for Papelbon
  • Talks between the Phillies, Blue Jays and Brewers regarding a Jonathan Papelbon trade continue, although the seriousness of those discussions is unclear.

  • Giles aims to build on stellar rookie campaign
  • Ken Giles lost his job this winter. Giles said in September that he planned to spend much of his offseason working at an indoor baseball facility near his home in Peoria, Ariz. But his brother Josh, who is his boss, told him they did not have enough hours for him.

  • Pipeline Perspectives: Quinn the top Minor League burner
  • The Florida Panhandle produced several notable speedsters for the 2011 First-Year Player Draft. The fastest of them all was Gulf Coast Community College outfielder Terrance Gore, who rode his quickness alone to a spot on the Royals' postseason roster last fall. The best player among the Panhandle speed demons, however, is the Phillies' Roman Quinn.

  • Prospect Franco rips through Dominican Winter League
  • Phillies No. 3 prospect Maikel Franco capped his playoff run Sunday in Game 8 of the Liga de Beisbol Domincano championship series against Estrellas de Oriente with a dominant effort, hitting two home runs and driving in seven runs as Cibao defeated Oriente, 12-5.

  • Cast your votes for Phillies Wall of Fame inductee
  • Voting for the 2015 Phillies Wall of Fame inductee is underway, and it will end on Feb. 6. Nominees include outfielder Pat Burrell, pitcher Larry Christenson, manager Jim Fregosi, reliever Gene Garber, outfielder Tony Gonzalez, closer Jim Konstanty, first baseman Fred Luderus, reliever Ron Reed, coach Mike Ryan, third baseman Pinky Whitney, catcher-manager Jim Wilson and pitcher Rick Wise.

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