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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’s impressive win over the Colorado Rockies feels like ancient history this week. The Philadelphia Phillies have only won two out of their last six matches, and the most recent was especially humiliating. The Miami Marlins shut out the visiting team at Marlins Park on Tuesday night, defeating the Phillies 5 - 0. It could be a rough road trip for Philadelphia, who won’t return home to Citizens Bank Park until Tuesday, August 2. They will need all the support they can get then, when they host the formidable San Francisco Giants. Tickets are already on sale and can be purchased for prices starting as low as $16. Be there!
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The Philadelphia Phillies took out their aggression on the Colorado Rockies last Sunday, walloping the home team 10 - 3 on a blisteringly hot afternoon. The 100 degree temperatures didn’t stop the visiting Phillies from raking in the runs. In fact, the scored three in the third inning and an impressive four in the top of the eighth. They proved they weren’t afraid to take on a team featuring All Star player Carlos Gonzalez, and they did so with gusto. Catch Philadelphia when they head home to take on the visiting New York Mets. Tickets to Friday’s game at Citizens Bank Arena currently start at prices as low as $15.

The Philadelphia Phillies are on a tear recently, having just swept the Arizona Diamondbacks in impressive fashion while on the road. Yesterday’s match was especially remarkable, as the Phillies managed to beat the home team in a come from behind 9 - 8 victory. The Diamondbacks were leading 4 - 2 in the bottom of the seventh inning. By the middle of the eighth inning, however, the Phillies had charged back 6 - 4. Then, Arizona tied things up to send the game into extra innings. The Phillies managed to get the only score in the tenth inning, solidifying the sweep over the home team. Catch them at home tomorrow against Kansas City for $17.

The Philadelphia Phillies suffered a huge loss this week when they lost pitcher Alec Asher for the next 80 games. The 24-year old pitcher was picked for a routine drug test and his results were positive for PED. PED is an anabolic steroid that players use to increase their speed and strength. The Phillies are planning on putting Asher on the disabled list. This has been a huge problem among the Phillies this year. Back in April, the Phillies pitcher Daniel Stumpf also tested positive for PED in his system and has been suspended 80 games. See if the Phillies can still bring home some victories without these pitchers. Tickets for their next game on June 17 are still available.

The Philadelphia Phillies have started to cool off in recent matches, losing the last four out of five games and looking at a potential sweep by the Detroit Tigers tonight. It has already been a rough road trip for the Phillies after back-to-back losses in Detroit, and things may get worse when they head to Chicago to play the Cubs starting this Friday. They are sure to need all the support they can get when they return home to Citizens Bank Park, so be sure to be there on Monday, May 30 when they host the Washington Nationals. Tickets are already available for purchase starting at prices as low as $17.

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.

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.

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