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 teach courses at local colleges and universities.
Phillies Announce an 8,800-Fan Capacity for First 19 Games
The Phillies announced that Citizens Bank Park will be open to 8,800 fans for the first 19 home games.
Phillies Mailbag: Bullpen, Herrera, a Path to Playoffs?
This week's Phillies mailbag takes a look at the bullpen, Odubel Herrera's chances at making the club, and a potential path to the playoffs.
Phillies World Series Pitching Coach Dubee Returns to Coaching
Former Phillies pitching Coach RIch Dubee has joined the Saugerties Stallions, a New York-based collegiate summer league for those with NCAA eligibility.
After Sunday’s Road Loss, Phillies Return to Clearwater, Fans, TV
The Phillies Grapefruit League home Opener will put the Phillies back on television and in front of fans.
Report: Phillies “Likely” to Have Fans in Stands in 2021
The City of Philadelphia has declared it "likely" that there will be Phillies fans at Citizens Bank Park this summer.
On First Day of Camp, Phillies Add Lefty Watson
The Phillies reportedly have signed veteran left-handed reliever Tony Watson to a minor league deal.
Powder Blue Podcast: 2021 Pitchers and Catchers Edition
Frank Klose and Geoff Mosher discuss the return of Odubel Herrera, the return of Didi Gregorius, the return of Brad Miller, and how the new Phillies pitching staff will fare in 2021.
Phillies Invite Herrera, 30 More to Spring Training, Sign Mathis
The Phillies announced their minor league invitations to Spring Training, which included outfielder Odubel Herrera and newly-signed catcher Jeff Mathis.
Report: Phillies Close to Bringing Back “Bamboo” Brad Miller
The Phillies are reportedly "closing in" on a contract with utility player Brad Miller.
Phillies Sign Outfielder Matt Joyce
The Phillies have signed left-handed hitting outfielder Matt Joyce to a minor league deal.