I'm Frank Klose and I cover the Phillies for 97.3 ESPN. During the baseball season you can hear me every Tuesday at 2:30 pm on 'The Sports Bash with Mike Gill'. Aside from 97.3 ESPN, I run the Philadelphia sports website SportsTalkPhilly.com. When not writing about sports, I am a member of the faculty at Cabrini University in Radnor, PA.
Report: Phillies Checking in on Darvish, High-Profile Free Agents
The Phillies may reportedly consider Yu Darvish and other unsigned free agent players should their prices drop due to the lack of options.
Five Phillies Prospect Make Top 100 List; Kingery is Top 2B
Five Phillies prospects made Baseball America's Top 100 List. Meanwhile, Scott Kingery was named top second base prospect in MLB Pipeline.
Could the Phillies End Up Signing Jake Arrieta?
The Phillies are in a position to add an unsigned starter such as Jake Arrieta as Spring Training nears.
Phillies Invite Kingery, Eshelman Six Others to Spring Training
The Phillies invited several players to Major League Spring Training, including second baseman Scott Kingery and pitcher Tom Eshelman.
Phillies Agree to Terms With Rupp
The Phillies and Cameron Rupp avoided arbitration by agreeing to a one-year, $2.05 million deal.
Three Ex-Phillies Named Kevin Join Phillies Broadcast Team
Kevin Jordan, Kevin Stocker, and Kevin Frandsen all will supplement Larry Andersen on Phillies audio broadcasts.
Phillies Third Baseman Franco is Suspended from Dominican Team
Phillies third baseman Maikel Franco has been suspended from his Winter League team, who were in the playoffs.
Phillies Reportedly Set to Add Middlebrooks, Geltz
The Phillies have reportedly signed pitcher Steve Geltz and infielder Will Middlebrooks to minor league contracts.
Phillies Add Jones as Triple-A Manager; Helms, Brogna as Coaches
Phillies added former Phillies Rico Brogna and Wes Helms, 2016 World Champion coach Gary Jones and Matt Hockenberry to their minor league coaching staffs.
Are the Phillies Preparing to Retire Roy Halladay’s Number 34?
Phillies catcher Andrew Knapp will not wear number 34 in 2018. Are the Phillies paving the way to retire the number for Roy Halladay?