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The Philadelphia Phillies are coming off of a disappointing season, in which they were fourth place in the NL East and did not make an appearance in the post-season. The team has said goodbye to Ryan Howard as they start to rebuild to get back to their division-ruling ways from the 2007-2011. With a promising pitching rotation and some strong talent in their rookies and veterans, this season could lend itself to a strong appearance by the Phillies. Will they surprise everyone with an appearance in the playoffs? Find out by getting tickets on Razorgator for almost any game. You will not want to miss the action on the field during the season.

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Philadelphia Phillies News

It’s a tough time to be a fan of the Philadelphia Phillies. The team is now 13-19 after losing their most recent game against the Seattle Mariners. In fact, they not only lost that game, but also the entire series against the visitors. Tuesday’s defeat was notably painful, as the Phillies had the early 4-0 lead at the end of the first inning. Then, to the shock of the home crowd, the Mariners chipped away at the lead run by run and won the match 10-9. It was a truly heartbreaking spectacle at Citizens Bank Park. Be there to support the Phillies when they host the Colorado Rockies May 22. Tickets are $13.
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With how bad the Philadelphia Phillies have been in recent years, the team will take any wins it can get. Playing in New York against the Mets on April 18, the Phillies got the W by way of a Jose Reyes error in the eighth inning and a successful game of small ball in the top of the 10th. Reyes dropped a fairly routine popup in the eighth, and that allowed Philadelphia to tie the score at 2-2. The Phillies then used a sacrifice fly and five singles to score four more in the first extra frame and put the game out of reach. Philadelphia starts a home series with the Marlins on April 25, and tickets start at $13.
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