It's like Superman versus Batman but not at all.
Giles talk is starting to heat up.
Is it crazy to think the Phillies have a real chance in 2017?
The Klentak regime begins for the Phils.
The front office is starting to stabilize for the Phils.
Matt Klentak's organized approach might be just what this franchise needs.
Phillies rumors from the past week.
It sounds crazy but it makes perfect sense.
Poll Results are in!
Sometimes the truth is just way better than reality.
The Phillies have 99 problems but 100 losses ain't one.
Here are your Phillies leaders as they limp to the finish line.
Here are your Phillies team leaders with just 13 games left...
If you are anything like me, today was a most joyous day.
There will only be one number twenty-six.
The Phillies continue their youth movement and start to give us a look at what the future may hold.
The Phillies are no longer a joke, seriously.
The new names topping the leader boards aren't so new anymore.
First post-Utley edition...sigh.
The Man is gone! Topics covered: Utley (of course), Phillies farmsystem, Herrera, Nola, oufield situation, and more.
Utley, Utley, and more Utley.
Check out the first ever leader board...since last week.
The leader board looks quite a bit different without Hamels, Papelbon, or Revere.
That's a wrap for the deadline. How did the Phillies do? What team did Hamels waive his no-trade clause for? Who might go before the August waiver deadline? All questions answered.
The Phillies finished with a winning record for the month if you can believe it. Nola's debut, Hamels' no-hitter, and three trades made this by far the most entertaining month of the season for the Phils.
The Phillies finish up a busy deadline with deals of Hamels and Revere.
The results are in!
Your turn, Cole.
Crotch-grabbing is now the Nationals' problem.
The hot stove is starting to cook...
Some games are worth micro-managing.
Eight days away from the deadline...
There's this guy named Aaron Nola. Maybe you heard of him. The Phillies drafted him last year and he is the starting pitcher tonight.
The 2015 Phillies were already basement bound. But to get this bad, well, you need the kind of rotation only the team with the most losses in baseball history can provide.