• Rollins, Konerko named co-winners of Clemente Award
  • Phillies shortstop Jimmy Rollins and White Sox first baseman Paul Konerko were presented with the Roberto Clemente Award, sponsored by Chevrolet, on Friday before Game 3 of the World Series at AT&T Park.

  • Phils' philospophy beginning to evolve
  • October is a quiet month for baseball teams not in the postseason, so the Phillies have barely registered a blip on the local radar screen -- even with the team signing Grady Sizemore and Jerome Williams this week. That changed Thursday when Phillies interim president Pat Gillick told CSN Philly that the team probably would not contend again until 2017 or 2018.

  • With Maddon available, Amaro backs Sandberg
  • Phillies general manager Ruben Amaro Jr. said Friday afternoon that the club supports manager Ryne Sandberg and has no interest in newly available skipper Joe Maddon.

  • Phils re-sign Sizemore to boost outfield depth
  • The Phillies need outfielders, and they believe Grady Sizemore can help in some fashion in 2015. They announced Thursday they have signed him to a one-year, $2 million contract.

  • Phillies Arizona Fall League overview
  • The switch-hitting Roman Quinn has the chance to be a top-of-the-order catalyst if it all comes together for him. Still only 21, his injury track record hasn't forced him behind the curve just yet. Quinn headlines a class of seven Phillies prospects in the Arizona Fall League.

  • Phillies sign right-hander Williams to one-year deal
  • Jerome Williams made enough of a positive impression on the Phillies that they are bringing him back next season. The team announced Tuesday evening that they signed Williams to a one-year contract worth $2.5 million, plus performance bonuses.

  • With team or not, Byrd a key to Phillies' future
  • The Phillies know they must improve their offense, and they'll look specifically to the outfield to do so. Marlon Byrd had a productive season and is still under contract, but the club may deal him to a contender in an effort to build depth in the organization.

  • Brown's future with Phillies uncertain after trying season
  • Domonic Brown entered this year confident and ready to build upon his 2013 breakout season. But he left Citizens Bank Park late last month with only questions about his future in Philadelphia.

  • Phils' phenom Quinn shows upside in AFL action
  • Roman Quinn, the Phillies' No. 5 prospect, finished Tuesday's game 2-for-6. He is hitting .200/.286/.200 in six games this fall.

  • Inbox: Do the Phillies need to deal Hamels in the offseason?
  • In the latest Phillies Inbox, beat reporter Todd Zolecki answers fans' questions on Cole Hamels' status on the trade block, Ben Revere's value and the situation at the hot corner.

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