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Survivor: Phillies outfielder Roman Quinn rode out Hurricane Michael in his Florida panhandle home | Bob Brookover

Less than two weeks after the Phillies' 2018 season concluded, Phillies outfielder Roman Quinn rode out powerful Hurricane Michael in his recently purchased Port St. Joe home on the Florida panhandle.
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Survivor: Phillies outfielder Roman Quinn rode out Hurricane Michael in his Florida panhandle home | Bob Brookover

Less than two weeks after the Phillies' 2018 season concluded, Phillies outfielder Roman Quinn rode out powerful Hurricane Michael in his recently purchased Port St. Joe home on the Florida panhandle.

Phillies spring training games start Friday: How to watch or stream

The Phillies will play 33 spring training games this season.

Phillies spring training games start Friday: How to watch or stream

The Phillies will play 33 spring training games this season.

Bryce Harper and Mike Trout on the same team? Phillies shortstop Jean Segura knows what that looks like

"It was kind of crazy," Segura said of seeing Harper and Trout in the same outfield. Could it happen again someday with the Phillies?

Bryce Harper and Mike Trout on the same team? Phillies shortstop Jean Segura knows what that looks like

"It was kind of crazy," Segura said of seeing Harper and Trout in the same outfield. Could it happen again someday with the Phillies?
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Former Phillies star Ryan Howard hired by ESPN

After a recent tryout on the MLB Network, Ryan Howard has landed at ESPN as an MLB analyst.

Phillies confident they will sign Bryce Harper as negotiations pick up

The Phillies are motivated by missing out on Manny Machado, and the market for competition appears to be thinning.

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The Phillies need to sign Bryce Harper to win on field and among fans | Bob Brookover

The free-agent market broke just right for the Phillies this offseason and now they need to make one last move to prove that they are all in for 2019.

Odubel Herrera leaves Phillies practice with strained hamstring

Also, manager Gabe Kapler meets with MLB officials about proposed rules changes, including pitch clock.

Phillies need the real Hector Neris to stand up

After spending a spell in triple A, the reliever returned with command of his fastball. But which Hector Neris the Phillies have come opening day?

Behind the scenes at Phillies’ photo day | Video

How do photographers get that perfect shot?

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Applaud the Phillies for trying to win, even if they don’t win Bryce Harper | Bob Ford

Why are so many rich teams not interested in making their rosters better? Maybe that's why they are rich.

Sports radio host broke Manny Machado news to a surprised Jay Wright

Jay Wright, a lifelong Phillies fan, was on hold for a radio interview when news of Machado's deal with the Padres broke.

Manny Machado chooses San Diego sunshine and money over Phillies’ lesser offer | Extra Innings

Machado, as expected, accepted the offer for the most money. The Phillies, if they want Bryce Harper, are going to have to pay even more.

Phillies podcast: What does Manny Machado’s decision mean for Bryce Harper?

Introducing Extra Innings, our new podcast about all things Phillies.

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Manny Machado’s $300 million deal should be incentive for Phillies to sign Bryce Harper, the better free-agent superstar | Bob Brookover

Machado's $300 million deal should give the Phillies an idea of what it will take to bring Harper to Philadelphia.

Phillies’ Maikel Franco can breathe easier knowing Manny Machado is headed to San Diego

With Machado heading to San Diego, the Phillies can finally commit to Franco at third base.

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Bryce or Bust? With Manny Machado off the board, Phillies can’t afford to pass on Bryce Harper, too | Analysis

GM Matt Klentak doesn't want to show his hand, but passing on Bryce Harper and waiting to sign a superstar free agent in a future offseason would be a dangerous game for the Phillies.

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