Philadelphia Phillies

Philadelphia Rain, Getty/Brian Garfinkel

Phils, Rain Get The Best Of Cards

Behind the pitching of Roy Halladay, Philadelphia beat St. Louis 8-2 in a storm-shortened Friday night contest.


St. Louis Cardinals v Philadelphia Phillies

Beltran, Wainwright Lead Cards Past Phillies 4-3

The Cardinals ace gave up three runs and nine hits while striking out four and walking none. He hasn’t walked a batter in 29 innings to start the season.

NewsRadio 1120 KMOX–04/18/2013

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Phillies’ Domonic Brown Needs Regular Role To Finally Prove Himself

If he reaches his potential, Domonic Brown could be a potential All-Star. He can offer power, speed, average, on-base percentage and above-average fielding.



Charlie Brennan – Monday, January 28th – Tishaura O. Jones, Terry Francona

Charlie talks with Terry Francona, former mgr. of the Philadelphia Phillies and Boston Red Sox, and current mgr. of the Cleveland Indians; with with Tishaura O. Jones, STL City Treasurer.


All Star Game

Phils’ Ruiz Suspended 25 Games after Positive Test

NewsRadio 1120 KMOX–11/27/2012

Phillies Win, Getty/Hunter Martin

Phils Squeak By Cards In 11

Bullpen woes arise again as Cards blow late lead, fall 8-7.


Ryan Jackson, Getty/Hunter Martin

Cards Bounce Back With 4-1 Win

Infielder Ryan Jackson makes his major league debut for Redbirds.


Roy Halladay, Getty/Drew Hallowell

Cards Find Halladay Still Masterful

Phillies take game one of weekend series, 3-1


Philadelphia Phillies v Los Angeles Dodgers

Howard Homers for First RBI as Phils Win

The 2006 NL MVP, who averaged 132.7 RBIs over the previous six seasons, missed 84 games this season because of a ruptured left Achilles tendon sustained against the hometown Cardinals.

NewsRadio 1120 KMOX–07/17/2012

Lenny Dykstra attends the launch party for Players Club Magazine at the Mandarin Oriental Hotel on April 1, 2008 in New York City. (Photo by Amy Sussman/Getty Images)

Baseball Great Pleads Guilty to Bankruptcy Fraud

LOS ANGELES (AP) — Former All-Star outfielder Lenny Dykstra pleaded guilty Friday and could face 20 years in prison for hiding and selling sports memorabilia and other items that were supposed to be part of […]

NewsRadio 1120 KMOX–07/13/2012