I'm Frank Klose and I cover the Phillies for 97.3 ESPN. During the baseball season you can hear me every Tuesday at 2:40 pm on 'The Sports Bash with Mike Gill'. Aside from 97.3 ESPN, I serve as an assistant professor at Rosemont College, where I also serve as PA announcer and team chaplain for the college's softball team. Follow me on Twitter @FrankKlose
Cole Hamels Signs With the San Diego Padres
Former Phillies World Series MVP Cole Hamels is going to give pitching in the Major Leagues another try
Phillies Send Darick Hall to Triple-A, Shuffle Rotation
The Phillies have optioned designated hitter Darick Hall to Triple-A and announced that Cristopher Sanchez will make a start Wednesday
Nationals Send Soto to Padres in Blockbuster Deal
The National League East got a little easier for the Phillies in the interim as Juan Soto has been sent to the San Diego Padres
Nola Ties MLB Consecutive Strikeout Record Against Mets
Phillies pitcher Aaron Nola tied a 51 year-old MLB record by striking out 10 consecutive batters against the New York Mets.
After Phillies Pitching Delivers, Bats Face Top Mets Pitching
The Phillies open series two against Jacob deGrom and the Mets, who are playing their first game of 2021 on Monday night
Klentak Out as Phillies General Manager
Phillies general manager Matt Klentak has "stepped down" after failing to make the playoffs in five major league seasons.
“Testicular Contusion” Lands Alvarez on the Injured List
The Phillies have placed left-handed reliever Jose Alvarez on the injured list with what the team is calling a "testicular contusion"
After Two “False Positives”, Phillies Will Face Yankees This Week
The Phillies will return to Major League Baseball action this week against the New York Yankees
MLB Commissioner: Shutdown Possible
According to Jeff Passan of ESPN, MLB Commissioner Rob Manfred is suggesting that MLB could be shut down without player compliance
Is this MLB Season a Good Idea?
With several players testing positive for COVID-19 and some players opting out, should their even be a baseball season in 2020?