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Thanks to a little luck and a lot of smart play, the Philadelphia Phillies are currently boasting a 19-14 record. While not the best team in the league, the Phillies have had a great start in what is supposed to be a rebuilding year. Currently undertaking a series in Atlanta, Tuesday’s 3-2 win over the Braves just gives the Phillies more momentum as they head into a three-series stint at home that starts this weekend. Hoping to pad their record even further, the Phillies will take on Cincinnati, Miami and the Braves at Citizens Bank Park before heading out onto the road again. Tickets for all games are available now at affordable prices!
The Philadelphia Phillies lost to the Milwaukee Brewers on Sunday night, missing the chance to sweep the home team. They had previously their last two matchups against the Brewers and were looking strong on the road, however they simply couldn’t stop Milwaukee on Sunday. Although Philadelphia took the early lead, the Brewers made a resounding comeback in the sixth inning with six runs. Milwaukee won the game 8-5. The Phillies will look to pick up the momentum on Friday, April 29 when they face the Cleveland Indians at home. Tickets to the match at Citizens Bank Park are currently available for prices starting as low as $18. Don’t miss it!
The Philadelphia Phillies are preparing for Opening Day, which is just days away. Jeremy Hellickson has been announced as the starting pitcher, and the rest of the roster is still being formed. In an exhibition game in Reading, Pennsylvania, the Phillies beat many of their top prospects, the Phillies Futures, 19-4. They have another exhibition game against the Orioles on April 1 and then face the Future on April 2. The Phillies head to Cincinnati for Opening Day on April 3 and then have two more games before heading home to host het Mets in their home opener. You can still get tickets to all games. Prices for the home opener start at $90.
3/18/16 - Even though the Philadelphia started their preseason slow, not taking their first victory until their fourth game, they are now dominating the competition. Their preseason record is currently up to 11-5, with more than twice as many wins than losses. This is a very good sign for the upcoming regular season, which kicks off on April 4th. The Phillies will not have their home opener until April 11th, however, when they host the San Diego Padres. Tickets for that matchup are still available, starting at just $28. In the meantime, however, be sure to catch the Phillies in action by attending a preseason match. Up next, they will be hosting the Houston Astros on March 20th.
9/24/15 - The Philadelphia Phillies broke their six game losing streak with a 6-2 win over the Marlins in the first of three games on September 22. This was Aaron Harang's first win since July 30, and he went for seven innings and only allowed two runs. Cody Asche had two home runs and Darin Rufin also had a homer. Freddy Galvis had a two-run single in the second inning. Unfortunately, the Phillies were unable to continue the winning momentum and lost to the Marlins the next day. This week, the Phillies announced that Pete Mackanin will be the manager next season after serving as interim since Ryne Sandbert stepped down in June. You still have a chance to see the Phillies play, including their final game against the Marlins in the current series. Ticket prices start at just $6.
9/17/15 - The Philadelphia Phillies' most recent series of home games proved to be a challenge. They did manage to win three time, including half of the games against the Chicago Cubs, but the Phillies struggled, especially against the Washington Nations, who remained undefeated in their set. This brings their totals for the season to 56-91, and puts them fifth in their division. The Philadelphia Phillies are now heading out on the road for an away series, but they will return on September 29th. This will be their final home series of the entire season, which means only six home games remain. If you are hoping to catch the Phillies in action sometime this year, this is your last chance. Tickets for their first game home start at just $14.
9/10/15 - The Philadelphia Phillies had a very difficult time last week as they were traveling around in their away series, but they are back in Philadelphia now. It is still too early to tell how they will do on their own field. They have lost their first and third games back against the Atlanta Braves, but they also managed to shut them out in their second matchup. This home series could go either way and fans are hoping the Phillies are able to improve their performance and rack up some victories. They have two sets remaining before hitting the road again, including four matches with the Chicago Cubs. If you want to catch some excitement this coming week, there are plenty of opportunities for you to come out for a ball game.
9/4/15 - The Philadelphia Phillies have had a rough season and their record shows it. Coming in last place in the NL Eastern division, the Phillies have won only 53 games and lost 81 games. Things were starting to look a little less grim when they beat the New York Mets with authority on September 1. However, the Mets quickly answered the next day and took the Phillies to town with a 9-4 win. It was early on in the game that the Mets set the precedence, scoring six runs in the first three innings. The Phillies did their best to catch up, but the Mets continued to score and were able to hold the Phillies to only four runs during the game. Don’t miss your chance to watch the Phillies wrap up their season.
8/26/15 - After winning three games in a row, the Philadelphia Phillies have found themselves with two consecutive losses against the Mets. In the first game, the Mets dominated the Phillies to win 16-7, even though the Phillies had an early lead. The next night was a closer match. The Mets got on the board first, with a two run first inning. However, the Phillies came back in the third with four runs to take the lead. They gave it up in the sixth when the Mets scored three runs. They tried to rally but were unable to get more than one run. The two teams meet twice more on the 26th and 27th, and then the Phillies host the Padres for a three game series starting on the 28th. You can still get your tickets, with prices starting at $15.
8/21/15 - Facing the hottest offense in baseball is not usually an enviable task, especially for a last-place team. It was no problem for the Philadelphia Phillies on Wednesday afternoon, as the underdogs put away the Blue Jays 7-3 for their 47th win of the season. With veteran star Chase Utley evidently headed out of town, the Phillies turned to their younger talent to secure the victory, getting three runs in the bottom of the first before breaking it open in the fifth. Toronto would add on in the eighth, but Philadelphia’s seven runs were too much even for the Jays to fight back from. The Phillies will host the New York Mets beginning Monday the 24th, and you can get tickets today—seats start at $19 each!
8/13/15 - The Philadelphia Phillies were on a roll when they began their away games, even performing better than they did on their own field. They managed to beat out the San Diego Padres in all three matchups, scoring four runs twice and five runs in the final game. However, the Phillies are having more trouble against the Arizona Diamondbacks. They have given up 13 runs in each of their matches with the Diamondbacks so far. Hopefully they will have more luck when they travel to Milwaukee to take on the Brewers. The Phillies will be on the road for the next two weeks, but they will be stopping back in Philadelphia to play two quick home games on the 18th and 19th. If you have been waiting for their return, this is your chance to catch them live.
8/6/15 - The Philadelphia Phillies have turned their season around to win eight of the last ten games. In their last four game series against the Braves, the Phillies won three. In the first night, they held the Braves to just one run. The next night, the Phillies came out swinging, scoring four runs in the first inning and five in the fifth to secure the 9-3 victory. The next night was another high scoring game for the Phillies, who got 12 runs. After losing the last game to the Braves, the Phillies won the first game in a three game series against the Dodgers, largely thanks to Maikel Franco's grand slam in the seventh. You can get tickets to see the teams play again on the fifth and sixth, with tickets starting at $27.
7/30/15 - The Philadelphia Phillies haven’t had the season they were hoping for. Pulling up the caboose in the NL Eastern Division the Phillies have a 34-63 losing record. Even though their season hasn’t been going their way, the Phillies have been able to put a stop to the long losing streaks recently. In the middle of July they were coming off of a five-game losing streak when they started their series against the Marlins. Being on home turf must have been good for the team because they swept the Marlins in three games. Their next series against the Rays was in the favor of the Phillies as well, leaving the Phillies with two more wins and a loss. See what they can pull off when they take on the Chicago Cubs this weekend.
7/23/15 - The Philadelphia Phillies haven’t had the season they were hoping for. Pulling up the caboose in the NL Eastern Division the Phillies have a 34-63 losing record. Even though their season hasn’t been going their way, the Phillies have been able to put a stop to the long losing streaks recently. In the middle of July they were coming off of a five-game losing streak when they started their series against the Marlins. Being on home turf must have been good for the team because they swept the Marlins in three games. Their next series against the Rays was in the favor of the Phillies as well, leaving the Phillies with two more wins and a loss. See what they can pull off when they take on the Chicago Cubs this weekend.
7/15/15 - The most recent away series really took its toll on the Philadelphia Phillies. Their last victory was on July 7th, against the Los Angeles Dodgers. Through that set and the next, against the San Francisco Giants, the Phillies are now on a five-game losing streak. The good news is that the series is now over. The Phillies are returning to their own field, where they will hopefully be able to relax a little and put this losing streak to rest. They will host the Miami Marlins first, followed by the Tampa Bay Rays. The Phillies will be traveling to Chicago to take on the Cubs on July 24th, so be sure to catch them in action before then. You have six opportunities to see the Phillies live, so there is no reason to miss out.
7/9/15 - The Philadelphia Phillies have finally ended their losing streak. After taking six consecutive losses, they sure made their return to beating out the competition exciting. The Phillies were able to completely shut out the Braves before leaving Atlanta. Then they followed this victory up by earning seven runs in each of their next two games, however they were only able to win one. Most recently, the Phillies won against the Los Angeles Dodgers with 7-2. After taking on the Dodgers, the Phillies will still have to play the San Francisco Giants before returning to Philadelphia. Their big return will be on July 17th against the Miami Marlins. Tickets for that game are already available starting as low as $16. Secure your spot for the Phillies' homecoming today.
7/2/15 - The Philadelphia Phillies have their work cut out for them. They just finished up a rough set against the Milwaukee Brewers. Unfortunately, the Phillies were not able to get a win, which means they are currently on a five-game losing streak. This was their last set before hitting the road, so maybe playing on a fresh field will help them out. They will not return to Philadelphia until July 17th, so they need to get their game together now. Being in the last place for the NL Eastern Division, the Phillies cannot afford too many losses. They still have a chance to catch up, however. They are seven wins behind the Miami Marlins. Tickets for their homecoming game are now available starting as low as $18.
6/25/15 - The Philadelphia Phillies budding winning streak ended when they lost 10-2 against the Yankees on the 24th. However, the Phillies still took the series 2-1. In the first game, the Phillies beat the Yankees 11-8 in a game that not only was the season high for runs, but also for hits at 18. Maikel Franco was the MVP, going 4 for 5, hitting two homers, and bringing in five runs. The next night, the Phillies once again scored 11 runs, with Franco again having a strong game in the batter's box. He had a three run homer and hit a two-run double to break the tie. Andres Blanco's three run triple ensured the victory for the team. They head back home for a three game series against the Nationals starting June 26, with tickets as low as $17.
6/18/15 - After a nine-game losing streak, the Philadelphia Phillies picked up their fourth win in the month of June. In Thursday’s game against the Orioles, the Phillies scored two runs in the sixth, Ben Revere scored a run when Ryan Howard homered. The Phillies won, 2-1, but with their 23-45 record, they’re in last place in the NL. They need the support of their fans more than ever before. Over the weekend, the Phillies host the St. Louis Cardinals. Tickets for Saturday’s (6/20) game start at $16. You can get tickets for next weekend’s games against the Washington Nationals now to get the seats you want. Come out and join in the fun at Citizens Bank Park. Enjoy the camaraderie of the fans while you cheer for the home team.
6/8/15 - The Philadelphia Phillies have been unable to convert their game to a win in the last six games on the road, being taken down by the Cincinnati Reds in the two most recent games. Despite getting 11 hits to the Reds’ 13, the Phillies only earned two runs, and they fell to 16 games below .500 at 22-38. The last Phillies win (4-6) came against the Giants when they had the home field advantage. Pitcher Kenneth Giles picked up his second win of the season, but the Phillies couldn’t maintain the momentum when they went out on the road. The Phillies return to Citizens Bank Park on Wednesday (6/17) to host the Baltimore Orioles. Get your tickets starting at $14, and cheer on the home team to victory.
6/4/15 - After a seven-game losing streak, the Philadelphia Phillies put two games in the win column when they went against the Cincinnati Reds. In Wednesday’s game, the Reds’ pitcher erred in the 11th inning which Cody Asche took advantage of to earn the winning run for a final score of 4-5. With a 21-33 record, they’re still got a ways to go. The Phillies host the San Francisco Giants this weekend. Get tickets to Saturday’s (6/6) game starting at $16. Come out for an afternoon of fun and excitement in the stadium. Bring your family and friends to take full advantage of your time in the ballpark. Get out and see the Phillies before they go out on the road. Show them you believe in them and that they can turn their game around.
5/28/15 - The Philadelphia Phillies are on a four-game losing streak, unable to pick up any momentum in their game. To add to the insult, GM Ruben Amaro Jr. announced in an interview that the fans just “don’t understand the game.” Phillies’ fans will have to look past his comments and come out and enjoy the game and cheer their hometown team to help them get back on top of their game. This weekend, the Phillies host the Colorado Rockies, and tickets are still available, starting at $24 for the afternoon game on Saturday (5/30). Tickets for Sunday’s (5/31) start at $17. Once the Rockies leave, the Phillies host the Cincinnati Reds in a three-game series during the week. Come on down to Citizens Bank Park and show your support for the team.
5/22/15 - The Philadelphia Phillies' hard work is paying off. After racking up an incredible six game winning streak, the Phillies are now in the fourth position in the NL Eastern Division. They were able to remain undefeated against the Arizona Diamondbacks, even shutting them out of May 17th's game while scoring six runs. Unfortunately, their streak was ended in the second matchup against the Colorado Rockies when the Phillies were edged out in the eighth inning. They have a long way to go before they can return to their own field on May 29th, so hopefully Philadelphia can hold their own until then. They take on the Rockies again when they return, so we will see if the Phillies fare better with the home field advantage.
5/14/15 - Citizens Bank Park went wild as the Philadelphia Phillies picked up their second winning game against the Pirates in Thursday’s game. Ryan Howard homered in the fifth, putting the Phillies ahead by four. Although the Pirates picked up two runs in the ninth, with eight scoreless innings behind them, it wasn’t enough. The Phillies have a 13-23 record, but this could be the beginning of a rally to get out of fifth in the NL East. This weekend, the Phillies host the Arizona Diamondbacks before going on the road for ten games, so you’ll want to catch them before they leave town. Tickets for Sunday’s (5/17) game start at $14. There’s no better way to spend a Sunday afternoon than with your favorite home team in the ballpark!
5/6/15 - Philadelphia Phillies fans are finding little victories where they can. While it is disappointing to see the Phillies lose 0-9 against the Atlanta Braves right on the heels of losing 0-7 against the Miami Marlins, the Phillies are still getting some strong victories here and there. For instance, they managed to win 5-2 and 6-2 against the Braves and the Marlins in the middle of their disappointing losses to those same teams. If the Phillies could just manage to maintain a consistent level of play, they could be on their way to reaching a positive win/loss ratio, which they currently have 10-18. They are in the last position for the NL Eastern Division, but there are three teams tied just three wins above the Phillies, so they are definitely not out of the game.
4/28/15 - Before Monday’s night game, the Philadelphia Phillies were averaging 2.58 runs per game, the fourth-lowest average by a team since 1900. Cole Hamels pitched a winning game for the Phillies, and after picking up three runs in the seventh, the Phillies took the lead against the Cardinals. The final score of 4-1 gave the team a two-game winning streak. The Phillies are out on the road for ten games continuing in St. Louis, then Miami, and finishing up in Atlanta. They come home to Citizens Bank Park on Friday (5/8) for the start of a three-game series against the New York Mets. Don’t wait to get your tickets to grab the best seats in the ballpark. Prices start at $19. Come down and cheer for the home team!
4/23/15 - The Philadelphia Phillies finally broke their six game losing streak with a 5-3 victory over the Nationals on April 18. However, the Nationals took the series with three wins to the Phillies' one. Things continue to look good for the Phillies, as they began their three game series against the Marlins with a 3-7 win. The Phillies were the first on the board with a two run homer by Freddy Galvis in the second inning. The Marlins equalized, and with a two run homer by Ryan Howard in the sixth inning, the Phillies drew ahead. Ben Revere also drove in two runs with a triple in the seventh inning. The seven runs is a high for the team so far this season. The next match is on April 22, with tickets still available starting at $15.
4/17/15 - The Philadelphia Phillies are on a three-game losing streak, not finishing well in their last game against the Nationals (4-3) on Sunday, then the first two games against the Mets (0-2, 5-6). The Phillies are out on the road over the weekend with a four-game series against the Nationals in their home stadium. Next Tuesday (4/21), you’ll get to see the Phillies back in Citizens Bank Park when they host the Miami Marlins in the first of three games. Tickets start at just $19 for this evening game. Wednesday’s game is also in the evening, and it’s a great way to unwind after a long day in the office. On Thursday (4/23), the game is in the afternoon, so you’ll have to ditch work if you want to catch some baseball.
4/10/15 - In Monday’s game, on Opening Day 2015, the Philadelphia Phillies lost in a shutout against the Boston Red Sox 8-0. They came back on Wednesday to pick up a win against the Red Sox, (2-4). Both teams didn’t give up any runs until the Phillies took the lead with three runs in the sixth. They picked up another in the seventh. Even though the Red Sox gained two in the eighth, they couldn’t make up the deficit. Upcoming home games for the Phillies include weekend games against the Washington Nationals. Saturday (4/11) is an evening game, with tickets starting at $33. Sunday’s afternoon game has tickets $29 and up. Come down to Citizens Bank Park and see why baseball is America’s game. Relax and unwind on your weekend.
4/3/15 - Chase Utley of the Philadelphia Phillies was the star in Wednesday’s game against the Braves. He scored a solo home run in the third inning, after a three-run home run in the first. The Phillies won 9-2, giving them a 12-16 record in the Grapefruit League. In his last five plate appearances, Utley has made four home runs, making him the player to watch as the Phillies go back to Citizens Bank Park for the regular MLB season. On Saturday (4/4), the Phillies host their local rivals, the Pittsburgh Pirates. Tickets start at $5. Don’t miss the Opening Day game on Monday (4/6) when the Boston Red Sox join the Phillies on the field. The Phillies have games against the Red Sox on Wednesday and Thursday following Opening Day, and you’ll want to come out and cheer them on!
3/27/15 - The Philadelphia Phillies have an 11-12 record in the Grapefruit League. They’re three games out of first place, but sit in tenth place overall. After two straight losses, one against the Astros (1-7) and the other against the Blue Jays (1-4), the Phillies want to turn that around. This Sunday (3/29), come out to see them host the Detroit Tigers at Bright House Network Field. Get your tickets starting at $25. It’s a great way to relax on your day off. On Wednesday (4/1), the Phillies host the Atlanta Braves and on Thursday, it’s the Tampa Bay Rays as their last home game in the spring training home field. Phillies’ fans will be glad to see them come back to their home state on Friday (4/3) when they face the Pittsburgh Pirates at Citizens Bank Park.
3/18/15 - The Philadelphia Phillies are on a two game losing streak, with an 8-7 record in the Grapefruit League. The Phillies allowed the Baltimore Orioles to get 16 runs in the game on Monday, with a final score of 16-4. It was not the Phillies’ finest hour. Come out and watch how they’re going to turn their team around. Enjoy a weekend game when the Phillies host the Toronto Blue Jays on Saturday (3/21). Tickets start at $29. The Phillies have weekday games on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday in the upcoming week. First up is the Minnesota Twins, then it’s the Houston Astros, and finally it’s the New York Yankees. Tickets are available for all of these games so that you can get a glimpse of your favorite team.
3/13/15 - With just 10 days of spring training games behind them, the Philadelphia Phillies have a 5-4-1 record in the Grapefruit League. They’re on a two-game winning streak with wins against the Pittsburgh Pirates (3-2) and Detroit Tigers (6-5). In the Tigers’ game, the Phillies scored all six of their runs in the fifth inning. The Phillies have three upcoming home games at Bright House Network Field. On Sunday (3/15), they face the Boston Red Sox. Tickets start at $26. On Monday (3/16), the Phillies host the Baltimore Orioles. Get your tickets starting at $29. Tuesday, they play host to the Tamp Bay Rays, and for just $23, you can come out and see these two great teams and have a relaxing afternoon in the stadium enjoying time with friends or family.
3/6/15 - The Philadelphia Phillies won their opening game against the New York Yankees in the Grapefruit League. The Phillies’ pitcher, Kevin Slowey, trended on Twitter, even though the Yankees’ Alex Rodriguez made his first appearance in almost 18 months. Slowey is not currently on the roster, being invited to spring training to compete for a spot. The Phillies host the Toronto Blue Jays at Bright House Network Field on Saturday (3/7), then don’t have another home game until Tuesday (3/10) against the Detroit Tigers. The next day, they host the Pittsburgh Pirates. You want to get your tickets for these games to see how the team is looking before opening day of the regular MLB season. It makes for a great afternoon of fun for the whole family.
2/20/15 - Fans of the Philadelphia Phillies are in luck because their team's 2015 MLB preseason is one of the first to begin. If you simply cannot wait to see the Phillies in action once again, be sure to catch their March 1st game against the Tampa Startans. You can still get a ticket for as little as $1. Philadelphia also has significantly more games in their preseason, with 19 whopping home games, so you have no reason to miss out. If that wasn't enough, they also feature an action packed start to the official season, kicking it off with six home games in a row. It all starts on April 6th at the Citizens Bank Park in Philadelphia. Get your ticket to the home opener today for just $42.
1/27/15 - As the Philadelphia Phillies look to create a strong line up to take into the 2015 season, the biggest talk is about trading Jonathan Papelbon. According to rumors, the Phillies are in talk with the Brewers for the trade. However, there are many considerations that may make the trade unlikely. Papelbon has a high salary, with a $13 million salary and a 2016 $13 million club option with automatic vests upon finishing 48 games in the 2015 season. He also has a no-trade right with the ability to block deals with 17 teams. Fans will have a chance to see the new line up, with or without Papelbon, come March 1 when the Phillies meet with the Tampa Startans Baseball team in Clearwater, FL, for their first game of Spring Training. Tickets start at $1.
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