The Phillies begin a new era today, playing their first regular-season game ever at Citizens Bank Park.
The matchups (and mis-matchups) of the week, including a season-ending battle between NL East rivals.
A sweep by the Marlins would just about doom the Phillies to an offseason of examining where they went wrong.
The Phillies are not anybody's idea of an overly happy group, but will it prevent them from winning?
Unless someone improves dramatically, the NL could produce one of the worst wild-card entries of all-time.
The Phillies' lack of consistency offensively is merely a result of the unpredictable nature of baseball.
Phillies manager Larry Bowa is beginning to wonder if his team has the offense to keep up with the Braves.
Kevin Millwood's no-hitter Sunday is just the latest sign that this just might be the Phillies' year.
The Philadelphia Phillies find themselves third in the league with 118 runs scored, yet last in home runs at 11.