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Herrera goes deep as Phillies beat Tigers

Herrera goes deep as Phillies beat Tigers

DETROIT - The baseball rocketed toward the right-field stands and Odubel Herrera launched his bat into the air. Two days after being benched for not running out a grounder, Herrera added a touch of style Wednesday afternoon to his three-run homer in the fourth inning of a 8-5 win over the Detroit Tigers. Herrera paused to watch his blast, tossed his bat emphatically into the air, and took two hops before running to first at Comerica Park.
Grand Rapids Press 4 hours ago

Live scoring, stats: Tigers wrap up homestand with day game vs. Phillies (chat)

Detroit is trying to win for the ninth time in 10 games as it finishes an interleague series against Philadelphia. If you're reading this on the MLive app, please click here to join the conversation. GAME INFORMATIONWho: Detroit Tigers (23-22) vs. Philadelphia Phillies...
Grand Rapids Press 5 hours ago

Tigers lineup: Ian Kinsler out with illness; Gene Lamont to manage in place of Brad Ausmus

Kinsler was in the clubhouse with the team Wednesday morning, but he remains under the weather. DETROIT -- Ian Kinsler is out of the Tigers starting lineup for the second consecutive day. Bench coach Gene Lamont will manage the team. Lamont will manage the Tigers today...
Grand Rapids Press 7 hours ago

Detroit Tigers Gameday: Surging Tigers go for sweep of Phillies in matinee

Detroit right-hander Anibal Sanchez is looking for his first win of the month. GAME INFORMATIONWho: Detroit Tigers (23-22) vs. Philadelphia Phillies (25-21)When: 1:10 p.m. Wednesday, May 25Where: Comerica Park in DetroitTV: Fox Sports DetroitRadio: 97.1 The Ticket and the...

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Eagle Eye | CSN Philly 15 hours ago

Party House Problems at Rutgers

A weekend graduation party at a house on the edge of Rutgers campus has neighbors riled about behavior better suited for a remake of Animal House.Photo Credit: NBC 4 New York
CSN Philly 20 hours ago

Advocates Call for Speed Cameras as Bike Deaths Rise

Warmer temperatures will likely mean more people riding their bicycles over the coming weeks. But the NBC10 Investigators found the summer months also bring a spike in bicycle crashes across Philadelphia. This story uses functionality that may not work in our app.
philly.com 21 hours ago

Tommy Joseph's hard work paying off at first base

DETROIT - Tommy Joseph dove to catch a ball during spring training and thought to himself, OK, I can do this. The former catcher worked for hours each day on the back fields of the Phillies complex in Clearwater, Fla., as he continued his transition to first base.

Eagles' left guard job is Allen Barbre's, but backups are pushing

The Eagles starting left guard spot currently belongs to Allen Barbre, but others, including Stefan Wisniewski and rookie Isaac Seumalo, are pushing during this round of OTAs.

Tonight's lineup: After benching, Odubel Herrera back in leadoff spot

One night after being pulled in the 7th inning of a tied game for not hustling, Odubel Herrera will start in center and leadoff when the Phillies play the Tigers tonight in Detroit (7 p.m. on CSN).

Philly's New Plan to Deal With Homelessness

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CSN Philly May 24, 2016

Toxic Water Questions Addressed Tonight for Enlisted, Civilians

The U.S. military and government agencies will answer questions this week for people in Montgomery and Bucks county who are worried about their drinking water and their health.Photo Credit:
Grand Rapids Press May 24, 2016
Miguel Cabrera's scorching hot at the plate again, and others are taking notice

Miguel Cabrera's scorching hot at the plate again, and others are taking notice

Cabrera has five home runs in the last four games, including two on Monday in the Tigers 5-4 win over the Philadelphia Phillies. DETROIT -- Emerging from a postgame workout Monday night, there stood a group of reporters waiting on Miguel Cabrera. So, too, was a special present: the second-base bag from the field at Comerica Park to commemorate his 500th career double. "Just put it back there," said Cabrera, pointing to his stall inside the Detroit Tigers' clubhouse. The Tigers won again Monday night, edging the Philadelphia Phillies 5-4, and they have Cabrera to...
philly.com May 23, 2016

Phillies lose to Tigers as Cabrera belts two homers

DETROIT - The Phillies hoped that Miguel Cabrera's sore knee would keep him out of the lineup Monday night. Even a one-game absence by Detroit's slugging first baseman would be a welcome respite.
philly.com May 23, 2016

Phillies' defense is strong, statistic shows

DETROIT - The Phillies constructed their team last winter with a premium on defense. Manager Pete Mackanin focused the majority of his first spring training on drills that instructed fielding fundamentals. The results through the season's first seven weeks are starting to show.
philly.com May 23, 2016

Donnellon: Latin ballplayers give Phillies some much-needed flair

THEY DON'T SCORE many runs. Sometimes they don't score any. They play awful one night, put you to sleep the next, make you say 'Wow' the day after.
Grand Rapids Press May 23, 2016
Detroit Tigers Gameday: Phillies at Comerica for first time since 2013

Detroit Tigers Gameday: Phillies at Comerica for first time since 2013

The Tigers have won six of their past seven games. A win tonight would even their record at .500. GAME INFORMATIONWho: Detroit Tigers (21-22) vs. Philadelphia Phillies (25-19)When: 7:10 p.m. Monday, May 23Where: Comerica Park in DetroitTV: Fox Sports DetroitRadio: 97.1 The Ticket and the Detroit Tigers radio networkTwitter: Follow Aaron McMann STARTING PITCHERSDetroit TigersMike Pelfrey (0-4, 5.49 ERA) Philadelphia PhilliesVince Velasquez (5-1, 2.42 ERA) GAME NOTES--It's the first installment of this interleague series since 2013. Back then, the Tigers...
philly.com May 22, 2016

Cameron Rupp's homer clocked at 108 mph

Phillies catcher Cameron Rupp recorded 21 two-hit games before having the first three-hit performance of his career Sunday in a 5-0 win over the Atlanta Braves at Citizens Bank Park.
philly.com May 22, 2016

Brookover: Phils could soar if Franco gets going

Three hits and two runs in one inning qualifies as an outburst for the Phillies offense in 2016. That rare sequence occurred in the second and sixth innings Sunday on another wind-chilled May afternoon at Citizens Bank Park. Combined with seven shutout innings from Jerad Eickhoff and more spotless work from the bullpen duo of Hector Neris and Jeanmar Gomez, it was enough to trigger a 5-0 victory over the Atlanta Braves.

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