Aaron Nola’s brother Austin makes MLB debut with Seattle Mariners after eight years in minor leagues

The Nolas become the fourth set of brothers to play in the majors this season, joining Kevin and C.J. Cron, Yuli and Lourdes Gurriel and Corey and Kyle Seager.

Aaron Nola’s brother Austin makes MLB debut with Seattle Mariners after eight years in minor leagues

The Nolas become the fourth set of brothers to play in the majors this season, joining Kevin and C.J. Cron, Yuli and Lourdes Gurriel and Corey and Kyle Seager.

Phillies get shelled by Braves, further exposing their starting rotation’s flaws

Velasquez and Irvin combined to allow 10 runs on 13 hits in six innings of a 15-1 annihilation that restored the Braves’ division lead to 2 1/2 games.

Phillies get shelled by Braves, further exposing their starting rotation’s flaws

Velasquez and Irvin combined to allow 10 runs on 13 hits in six innings of a 15-1 annihilation that restored the Braves’ division lead to 2 1/2 games.

Jay Bruce, J.T. Realmuto both injured, out for series finale against Braves

Neither Jay Bruce nor J.T. Realmuto was in the Phillies' lineup Sunday for the series finale against the Braves. But neither is expected to have to spend time on the injured list either.

Jay Bruce, J.T. Realmuto both injured, out for series finale against Braves

Neither Jay Bruce nor J.T. Realmuto was in the Phillies' lineup Sunday for the series finale against the Braves. But neither is expected to have to spend time on the injured list either.
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Father’s Day: Soon-to-be dad Bryce Harper reflects on lessons from his father

“He worked his ever-living tail off,” Bryce Harper says. “When I tell you, I’m telling you.”

Cesar Hernandez helps Phillies rebound with late rally against Braves

The second baseman hit a two-run single in the ninth inning that lifted the Phils. He also had a solo home run.

Jay Bruce leaves Phillies game vs. Braves with tight hamstring

The outfielder might have tweaked the hamstring when he tried to score from first base on a double to right field by Scott Kingery.

Phillies catcher J.T. Realmuto, on ironman pace, leaves game in sixth inning

The catcher is making his 14th consecutive start for the Phillies and is on pace to start 138 games this season.

Phillies’ Roman Quinn feels some discomfort after getting hit by a pitch in a rehab game

The luckless outfielder isn’t playing for Reading on Saturday night, but he went through his normal pregame routine.

Phillies lose to Braves on walk-off hit as bullpen implodes against NL East rival

The Phillies bullpen, missing several key contributors, was bound to fall apart at some point, and they picked the worst time to do it in a 9-8 loss to a division rival.

Phillies reliever Seranthony Dominguez appears poised to avoid season-ending elbow surgery

After getting a second opinion from noted orthopedist James Andrews, the Phillies reliever has been told he might actually pitch again this season.

Phillies’ Phil Gosselin designated for assignment; Malvern Prep alum’s dream run ends for now

Phil Gosselin lived his dream for 58 days. He was designated for assignment by the Phillies on Friday, potentially bringing to a close a two-month run with his hometown team.

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The Phillies need a starter. Here’s what the trade market could offer. | David Murphy

The Phillies need to stabilize the back end of their rotation and possibly add a pitcher they trust to take the mound in a key playoff game. Here are five names that could work.

Phillies trade for utility player Brad Miller, send Yankees cash considerations in return

Miller, who can play nearly any position, had a .994 OPS this season in 41 games with the Yankees’ triple-A affiliate.

As oft-injured Roman Quinn nears a return, Phillies ponder ways to keep him healthier

Name the injury, and Quinn has probably had it, leading the Phillies to wonder how often he can play.

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