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The Yankees’ character is in serious question

PHILADELPHIA — Do the Yankees have a glass jaw?. Do they get punched in the mouth, as the saying goes, and stay down for a while?. It seems fair to wonder whether that’s true after a meek, 7-0 loss to Joe Girardi’s Phillies on Sunday afternoon at Citizens Bank Park, the Yankees’ third straight defeat and 13th in 18 games, dropped them to fourth place in the AL East, a season-worst 8 ½ games behind the Rays.
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MLB odds: Phillies vs. Dodgers prediction, odds, pick, and more

The Los Angeles Dodgers will host the Philadelphia Phillies for the first of a three-game set at Dodger Stadium. It’s time to continue our MLB odds series and make a Phillies-Dodgers prediction and pick. These clubs have been red-hot lately and will certainly provide plenty of fireworks in this National...
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Trio of walkoffs helps Phillies move above .500

On the surface, not much has changed in Philadelphia. The Phillies are hovering around .500 — the same place they’ve been for several years now. This past week provided a little more hope, however. The Phillies won three straight games in walkoff fashion, part of a four-game winning streak that...
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Phillie Phanatic trolls Yankees with helmet smash; displeases Giancarlo Stanton

The Phillie Phanatic strikes again. Known as baseball's best mascot — and one of the best in all of sports, really — the Phanatic added another great troll over the weekend during Philadelphia's interleague series matchup vs. the Yankees. The Phanatic would come out between innings, suited and booted in...

The 'Steph Curry of baseball' has been carrying Phillies' offense

Joe Girardi made a change at the end of May to the top of the Phillies’ batting order, moving Andrew McCutchen from leadoff to sixth in Tampa Bay. It was the lowest McCutchen had hit in the order since signing with the Phillies before the 2019 season but the team needed a spark as he was slumping.

New York Yankee Recap: Bad to worse, Phillies shut out the Yankees 7-0

It was a partly cloudy day with temperatures in the upper 70’s as the New York Yankees took to the field at Citizens’ Bank Park in Philadelphia to take on the Phillies. It was the last game of a short two-game series. The Yankees lost the first game last evening in the 10th inning 8-7. Today Domingo German faced the Phillies’ Aaron Nola. It would be a game with neither Aaron Judge (spasms) or Giancarlo Stanton (DH) would be in the Yankee’s lineup. The result was a 7-0 shutout by the Phillies.

Peacock will stream Phillies-Giants series next weekend

NEW YORK (AP) — The upcoming weekend series between the Philadelphia Phillies and San Francisco Giants will be streamed nationally on Peacock, the streaming service and and Major League Baseball announced Monday. Coverage of the three-game series from San Francisco begins Friday at 9 p.m. EDT and on Saturday and...

Yankees’ Free Fall Continues With Listless Loss To Phillies

PHILADELPHIA (CBSNewYork/AP) — Aaron Nola allowed three hits and struck out nine, leading Philadelphia over the New York Yankees 7-0 Sunday for a two-game sweep that moved the Phillies back over .500. Odubel Herrera, Jean Segura and J.T. Realmuto combined to go 7 for 13 with a double, a triple,...
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Yankees Baseball: 3 Things to Watch for this Week 6/14-6/20

After winning the first two games of the week against the Twins, the Yankees went on to lose three games in a row. This included a loss in Minnesota, then a two-game sweep by the Phillies. One positive to take from this is that the offense put up five or more runs in two of the three losses before being shut out on Sunday. If the offense and the pitching can start clicking at the same time, the Yankees can find themselves getting back on track this week. They’ll try to do so against the Toronto Blue Jays before hosting the Oakland A’s this weekend. Here are three things to watch for this week in Yankees baseball. Yankees Dominated By Phillies Ahead of Playing Actually Good Teams

Disclaimer: If you think this is the official website of the New York Yankees, you're an idiot. Go away. Brett Gardner squinted into a glowing computer screen on Sunday morning and characterized the inconsistency of the season as “a couple of steps forward, a couple of steps back.” That description outlines the uphill predicament that the Yankees face: after 65 games of wheel-spinning, they have hardly moved.

What keeps Kapler up at night about rest of Giants' season

The Giants have been in first place for 40 days now, but when asked about the big picture, his club's rapidly increasing postseason odds, and the surprise push for an NL West crown, manager Gabe Kapler nearly always points out that there's a long way to go. For as much...

PHI-SF set gets nationwide Peacock telecast

The Phillies-Giants series in San Francisco this weekend will be broadcast on Peacock nationwide, including exclusive coverage on Peacock in the Bay Area and Philadelphia home markets, MLB announced Monday. Philadelphia and San Francisco will play the three-game series at Oracle Park from Friday to Sunday. Fans can watch for...
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Terrible Yankees blanked by Phillies in embarrassment

PHILADELPHIA — Brett Gardner said the biggest problem for the Yankees this season comes down to one issue: “Consistency.”. Lately, though, they’ve been plenty consistent. Consistently bad. That trend continued Sunday, as the Yankees lost for the seventh time in nine games in a 7-0 defeat to the Phillies at...

Yankees Troubles Worsen in Blowout Loss to Phillies

PHILADELPHIA — Aaron Nola allowed three hits and struck out nine, leading Philadelphia over the Yankees, 7-0, Sunday for a two-game sweep that moved the Phillies back over .500. Odubel Herrera, Jean Segura and J.T. Realmuto combined to go 7 for 13 with a double, a triple, four runs scored...
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The state of the Washington Nationals

The Washington Nationals did what you are supposed to do against the best teams in baseball … this past week. They faced the best team in baseball, the San Francisco Giants, and the best team in the American League, the Tampa Bay Rays, for a combined six games this past week and went 3-3 against them. They say if you can play .500 or better against the best teams in baseball and dominate the bad teams you will make the playoffs. The issue is that the Nats entered that Tampa series with a 24-32 record.