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9/25/2016 | Thompson 'thrilled' with opportunity, progress

Jake Thompson's spring next year will be a heck of a lot different than this year.

9/25/2016 | Herrera remembers Fernandez's humility, passion

Phillies center fielder Odubel Herrera last spoke with Jose Fernandez last week in the family lounge after a game at Citizens Bank Park.

9/25/2016 | Braves, Phils square off to determine season series

Though their late-season surge has not positioned them to potentially avoid finishing last in the National League East, the Braves will enter this week's three-game series against the Phillies with a chance to exit this season with a winning record against three of their division opponents.

9/24/2016 | Franco stays tough on Mets with 3-run homer

Phillies third baseman Maikel Franco hopes for more big moments next season. This season? Well, he will take what he can get. Franco certainly has enjoyed a big weekend at Citi Field, including Saturday night in a 10-8 victory over the Mets.

9/24/2016 | Mets continue their Wild Card pursuit against rival Phillies

The Mets hope for no issues from right-hander Robert Gsellman, who squares off against Phillies righty Jake Thompson in the series finale on Sunday afternoon at Citi Field.

9/23/2016 | Ruf pinch-hits, launches first homer of season

It looked and sounded like Darin Ruf took a year's worth of frustrations out on a 96 mph fastball in the sixth inning Friday night at Citi Field.

9/23/2016 | Gomez still Phils' closer, but will get break

Jeanmar Gomez will remain the Phillies' closer through the end of the season, but he will not pitch during the next few save situations.

9/23/2016 | Gilmartin, Mets continue NL Wild Card quest vs. Phils

Noah Syndergaard was scratched from Saturday night's game against the Phillies at Citi Field because of strep throat. Sean Gilmartin will start in his place. The announcement came a day after New York scratched Steven Matz because of soreness in his left shoulder.

9/22/2016 | Gomez blows save, Phils could make change

Jeanmar Gomez had been one of the Phillies' best stories of the season through mid-August. He had transformed himself from a relatively anonymous middle reliever into a closer with 30-plus saves. But after he blew his sixth save of the season in the ninth inning Thursday night in a 9-8 loss in 11 innings to the Mets at Citi Field, one wonders how much longer he will be in that role, whether it be this season or next.

9/22/2016 | Ynoa to sub for Matz in 2nd MLB start vs. Phils

Steven Matz had been scheduled to pitch against the Phillies at Citi Field, but he was scratched because of pain and discomfort in his left shoulder on Thursday. Rookie right-hander Gabrial Ynoa will pitch in his place opposite the Phillies' Jeremy Hellickson.

9/22/2016 | NYC hails a Cab(rera)! Met's HR wows Citi

Ender Inciarte was safely in Miami with the Braves. No one was going to take this win away from the Mets, who needed it so badly. They had to work all night and they had to come back three times, but when it was all over Asdrubal Cabrera's three-run home run off Edubray Ramos in the 11th inning gave them a dramatic 9-8 win over the Phillies Thursday night at Citi Field.

9/22/2016 | Goeddel diagnosed with concussion after HBP

It is no surprise that Phillies outfielder Tyler Goeddel sustained a concussion Wednesday night. He got hit in the helmet with a 93-mph fastball from White Sox reliever Chris Beck in the sixth inning of an 8-3 victory at Citizens Bank Park. Goeddel laid on his back at home plate for a couple minutes before standing up and walking back to the Phillies' dugout.

9/22/2016 | Howard homers in return to lineup

Ryan Howard is back in the Phillies' lineup. He started Thursday night's series opener against the Mets at Citi Field. Howard had not played since Friday against the Marlins at Citizens Bank Park because of swelling in his left knee. He had the knee drained Sunday.

9/21/2016 | Phillies glimpse future as youngsters step up

It is just one game, but a game like this might allow the Phillies to dream a little about the future. They not only beat the White Sox on Wednesday night at Citizens Bank Park, 8-3, they beat Sox ace Chris Sale. They hammered him for seven hits and six runs in just four innings, making it his second shortest start of the season.

9/21/2016 | Mets expect hard-fought set from Phillies

The Mets have had success against their closest geographical rival, winning six of their last nine games against the Phillies, but New York knows its four-game set with Philadelphia, which starts on Thursday night at Citi Field, will provide its own set of challenges.

9/21/2016 | Howard receives club's Clemente recognition

Ryan Howard's Phillies' career is nearing its end, but he received one more award Wednesday night at Citizens Bank Park. The Phillies presented him their Roberto Clemente Award for representing "the game of baseball through extraordinary character, community involvement, philanthropy and positive contributions, both on and off the field."

9/21/2016 | Mackanin may replace Gomez as closer

Nobody could have predicted Jeanmar Gomez would save 37 games this season. So then who could have predicted somebody else could still close games for the Phillies in the season's final 11 games? Phillies manager Pete Mackanin has been forced to consider the possibility because Gomez has a 10.13 ERA in 16 appearances since Aug. 14.

9/20/2016 | Phillies hang on to knock off White Sox

Phillies center fielder Odubel Herrera might want to extend the season a little longer. Herrera has been one of the hottest hitters on the planet for the past week, and his torrid hitting continued in Tuesday night's 7-6 victory over the White Sox at Citizens Bank Park. He went 3-for-4 with one home run, three RBIs, three runs scored and two stolen bases. He is hitting .536 (15-for-28) with four doubles, two home runs, six RBIs and four stolen bases in his last seven games.

9/20/2016 | Herrera motivated to finish his season strong

It has been a long summer for Phillies center fielder Odubel Herrera. But with just 11 games remaining in the 2016 season he is as hot as anybody in baseball. He went 3-for-4 with one home run, three RBIs, three runs scored and two stolen bases in Tuesday night's 7-6 victory over the White Sox at Citizens Bank Park.

9/20/2016 | Owens award-winners honored by Phillies

Dylan Cozens, Rhys Hoskins and Ben Lively hope the next time they are wearing suits at Citizens Bank Park they are leaving for a road trip with the Phillies. It could happen as early as next season, but Tuesday night they were at the ballpark to receive their Paul Owens Awards as the organization's best Minor League players and pitcher.

9/20/2016 | Howard could return to lineup on Thursday

Ryan Howard could be back in the Phillies' lineup as early as Thursday in New York.

9/19/2016 | Inbox: Are Phils' young bats as strong as arms?

I like what I see from the Phillies' young starting pitchers, but what do you think about the offense? Todd Zolecki answers this question and more in the latest Inbox.

9/18/2016 | Herrera, Galvis offer promise for young Phils

Over the last week, Odubel Herrera has looked like the player who earned a bid to the All-Star Game this year. Freddy Galvis has looked like a power hitter for the last six weeks.

9/18/2016 | Phillies, White Sox open Interleague set

A lot has changed for Phillies right-hander Jake Thompson since the last time he faced the White Sox. It was after his five-inning, seven-run performance in Chicago that pitching coach Bob McClure simplified Thompson's delivery.

9/18/2016 | Phillies take part in community food drive

Mike Schmidt and others on Sunday morning helped bring in donations to a food drive just outside Citizens Bank Park.

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