Eickhoff to see Thoracic Outlet specialist

Jerad Eickhoff hopes to have answers sooner rather than later. Eickhoff will undergo testing on Thursday in Philadelphia before visiting a Thoracic Outlet Syndrome (TOS) specialist in St. Louis about the twinges he felt in his fingers when he made a rehab start on Sunday.… Read More
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Alfaro shows off incredible arm on 3 sweet plays

Phillies catcher Jorge Alfaro popped up from behind home plate, tossed aside his mask, scurried to retrieve the ball several feet away, spun and fired a throw to first baseman Carlos Santana to end Monday night's 3-0 victory over the Braves at Citizens Bank Park.… Read More
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Pivetta, Phils blank Braves in NL East showdown

In the series opener between two upstart NL East teams, Nick Pivetta was brilliant, blanking the Braves in 7 innings, with 7 strikeouts against 1 walk. He was backed by some great defense -- particularly from Jorge Alfaro -- and homers from Nick Williams and Aaron Altherr. Mike Foltynewicz (6 IP, 1 ER) limited the Phillies, but Atlanta couldn't get anything going at the plate.… Read More
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Here’s how NL East stacks up at quarter mark

The National League East has been one of the most competitive divisions in baseball with four teams posting winning records through roughly one quarter of the season. MLB.com this week looks back and ahead at the season's quarter point.… Read More
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Pivetta baffles O’s in 11-K outing as Phils win

Nick Pivetta was brilliant against the Orioles, striking out 11 and allowing just one run, two hits and a walk in seven innings. Cesar Hernandez homered as part of the Phillies' three-run sixth off Baltimore starter Andrew Cashner (5 2/3 IP, 3 ER), and Odubel Herrera extended his on-base streak to 42 games with a first-inning single. Hector Neris came on with two outs in the 9th to close it out.… Read More
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Odubel singles to extend on-base streak to 42

Odubel Herrera singled in the first inning Wednesday's 4-1 Phillies win at Camden Yards to extend his on-base streak to an impressive 42 games. It is the fifth-longest streak in franchise history, and the seventh-longest streak in baseball since 2014.… Read More
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At quarter mark, Klentak pleased with Phillies

Phillies general manager Matt Klentak is aware that the 2016 Phillies started 24-17 only to lose 91 games. He also knows there are few, if any, similarities between that team and the 2018 Phillies, who are 23-16.… Read More
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