Friday Dec 13
No Marshall, no problem; welcome Logan Boone
It was the perfect fit, one of those rare times the Colorado Rockies were going to catch the break they needed.
Phillies take reasonable chance on Roberto Hernandez
A few minutes before dashing off to catch a plane home from the winter meetings, Ruben Amaro told reporters that he was close to signing a free agent pitcher.
Expanded Storyline: Full Circle to the Philadelphia Phillies
While everybody locally examined their wish list of right-handed sluggers, the Philadelphia Phillies signed Marlon Byrd.
Roy Halladay and Dave Stieb forever linked as Toronto Blue Jays greats
Roy Halladay pitched five innings in his major-league debut with the Blue Jays and then handed the ball off to another Jays legend, Dave Stieb.
Phillies in market for starting pitching
When the Phillies sent minor league lefthander Rob Rasmussen to the Toronto Blue Jays in a trade last week, they were left with five starting pitchers on their 40-man roster.
The Daily Record
Cy Young winner Halladay retires after 16 seasons
Citing a desire to avoid surgery for an ailing back and wanting to spend more time with his family, the two-time Cy Young Award winner retired Monday after 16 seasons in the major leagues with the Toronto Blue Jays and Philadelphia Phillies.
Are the Phillies gearing up for another run at a top-of-the-market starting pitcher?
We haven't heard much in the way of buzz on the starting pitching market, probably because many of the likely power brokers are in a holding pattern waiting for a resolution on the Masahiro Tanaka situation, which Joel Sherman recaps here in the New York Post.
How does the Nationals' new rotation compare to the Phillies' old one?
The past few Decembers and Januarys, the Nationals have made moves that seem to put them over the top.