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Philly welterweight Jaron Ennis to step up in competition in November

Ennis (21-0), coming off a third-round knockout in July, will battle Raymond Serrano (25-4), another Philly fighter, Nov. 16 in a 10-round bout.

Legendary Flyers center set to begin head-coaching career

Flyers fans "like to root for that hard-working type of guy that never gives up, and I think Rod Brind'Amour personified that type of player," former teammate Chris Therien says.

Media’s Auston Trusty cemented as back-line staple for Union

The 20-year-old center back is the only Union player to appear in every minute so far this season.

Arrieta disappointed with subpar start despite Phillies' win

"Everybody contributed except me tonight," the veteran pitcher said after his four-run, three-inning outing.

Danny Garcia hopes to follow Tevin Farmer’s lead, bring another boxing title to Philly

""It's a great thing to see all these guys from Philly really making noise," Garcia said.

Phillies' batting persistence frustrated Scherzer, even when outcome didn't

Phillies batters fouled off pitches early and often, driving up Scherzer's pitch count and leading to his shortest start since April 4.

Nationals await (or dread) another matchup against Aaron Nola

Nola will make his fourth start this season and 14th all-time against the Nationals, who have struggled mightily this summer against the Cy Young candidate.

Jordan Burroughs chases U.S. wrestling history, and one more Olympic gold

Jordan Burroughs, a Sicklerville, N.J. native, can tie the U.S. record for most world wrestling titles in a career this October. And he has the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games on his schedule.

In double A, Phillies pitching prospect Kyle Dohy finds a challenge at last

After tearing through single A and high A, earning an abrupt double A promotion in July, the young reliever has been dealt a 7.00 ERA in Reading.

Cornelius Randolph has turned his season around in Phillies' minors

Entering July, Randolph was batting .187 in double A. Since then, the former first-round pick is hitting .321.