09.01.14 - Cole Hamels, Jake Diekman, Ken Giles and Jonathan Papelbon combine to throw a no hitter in a 7-0 win over the Braves.

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Happy Labor day! Cole Hamels, Jake Diekman, Ken Giles and Jonathan Papelbon just threw a combined no hitter against the Braves. This is the Phillies first combined no hitter and their 12th no hitter overall. 

08/27/2014 - The Philadelphia Phillies honor the Taney Dragons for their remarkable run in the Little League World Series. Taney captured the hearts of not only Philadelphians but the rest of the country as they made their way to Williamsport. The inner city team is filled with such diverse, likable young kids and really made their mark in baseball history as the first Philadelphia team to make it to the LLWS. Mo’ne Davis became only the 18th girl to play in the series and the first girl to ever throw a complete game shutout and earn a win. She is also the first little leaguer to ever be featured on the cover of Sports Illustrated. These kids made the entire city proud and we hope that this ride has been just as fun for them as it has been for us. Go Taney!

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Ryan Howard hits a go-ahead, game-winning grand slam in the 8th inning against the Astros



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this is cool

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Chase Utley and his pit bull rescue Jack

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here have some cute to start off the all star break

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06.26.14 - Phillies 5, Marlins 3

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theyseemerollins replied to your post: Phillies 5, Marlins 3 - 06/26/14

god people stayed up to watch this? :P

yes i did because i’m a true fan and ur not

theyseemerollinswhoops i meant to post this to my personal blog but whatevs

This is to the Philadelphia fan. To laud your passion as best I can. Your loyalty is unsurpassed. Be the Fightins in first or last. We come to the park each day, looking forward to another fray. Because we know you’ll be there, we know you really care. You give the opposing pitcher fits because as one loyalist shouts, everybody hits. To be sure in Philly, there might be some boos. Because you passionate fans, like the manager, hate to lose. Your reaction to the action on the field that you impart, spurs us as broadcasters to call the game with enthusiasm and heart. We feel your passion through and through. Philadelphia fans, I love you.

-Harry Kalas