• Homers from Blanco, Herrera can't lift Phils
  • Rookie Adam Frazier couldn't have picked a better time to knock his first Major League home run that nearly reached the Allegheny River. His pinch-hit solo shot to the top of the right-field bleachers broke a tie in the bottom of the seventh inning, leading the Pirates to a 5-4 series win over the Phillies on Sunday at PNC Park.

  • Blanco likely headed to DL after fracturing finger
  • Exacerbating a 5-4 loss to the Pirates on Sunday, third baseman Andres Blanco has fractured his left index finger and is likely headed to the disabled list.

  • Hellickson looks to stay hot against Marlins
  • After a three-day reprieve away from each other, the Phillies and Marlins reconvene Monday at Marlins Park.

  • Rupp sits after HBP as precaution
  • Getting hit by pitches has limited two Phillies players in their series with the Pirates.

  • Phillies miss out, can't pick up Nola in Pittsburgh
  • With two hit batsmen, three walks and five stolen bases allowed in three-plus innings, it's safe to say Pirates rookie Tyler Glasnow struggled in his home debut. The Bucs' offense compensated, erupting for a five-run fifth inning and holding on to beat the Phillies, 7-4, on Saturday.

  • Phillies swipe 5 early bases, but can't steal runs
  • The Phillies had the bases loaded in the third inning Saturday. They were stealing bases left and right off rookie pitcher Tyler Glasnow. It was a tie game. All that was left on the to-do list was to cross home plate a few times more.

  • Hoskins, Pujols among top prospect performers Friday
  • Dan Vogelbach sure knows how to make an introduction. Playing in his first game with Triple-A Tacoma since being traded from the Cubs to the Mariners on Wednesday, Vogelbach went 3-for-3 with two RBIs.

  • Eflin pitches CG, Rupp drives in 3 in win
  • The Pirates got a solid performance out of their ace on Friday night at PNC Park, but Phillies rookie Zach Eflin answered with a gem of his own, throwing his first career shutout in a 2-0 win over Gerrit Cole at PNC Park.

  • Mentally tough Eflin dominating since debut
  • Phillies rookie right-hander Zach Eflin's first Major League shutout took a few decisions off Pete Mackanin's hands. Mackanin sat in the visiting manager's office chair, looking relaxed after Eflin's 100-pitch three-hitter helped the Phillies to a 4-0 win on Friday at PNC Park.

  • Phillies designate Stumpf, recall Gonzalez
  • The Phillies designated lefty Daniel Stumpf for assignment and called up right-hander Severino Gonzalez prior to Friday's series opener against the Pirates at PNC Park.

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