Veteran reliever Brad Lidge, released by the Washington Nationals earlier this week, said he has yet to decide if he will try to come back and pitch for another team in 2012.
The Cincinnati Reds and former Phillies closer Ryan Madson have agreed to a one-year, $8.5 million deal, according to a source.
Cliff Lee tossed his third consecutive shutout; just don't ask him to analyze how he's piled up all these zeros. He doesn't think about that stuff; he just pitches.
Phillies closer Brad Lidge doesn't expect to pitch again until sometime before the All-Star break as he continues his recovery from a shoulder injury.
Roy Oswalt is a country boy at heart, so there will be an adjustment to life in Philadelphia, except when he goes to the one place it matters: the mound.
The uncertainty surrounding Brad Lidge and the Phillies' bullpen leaves a huge question about Philadelphia's hope to repeat as champion.
Closer Brad Lidge signed a $37.5 million, three-year contract extension with the Philadelphia Phillies on Sunday.
Last season Cliff Lee was demoted, Scott Olsen was arrested and Milton Bradley tore his ACL. But now they're among the top comeback stories of 2008.
Acquiring Brad Lidge allows the Phillies to move Brett Myers back to the rotation.
Like Joe DiMaggio before him, Albert Pujols is that rare breed of player who can inflict a lot of damage with his bat while keeping his strikeouts in check.
There are a few players who could provide a major boost for pennant contenders once they come off the disabled list.