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
Phillies Lock Up Aaron Nola for Seven Years
The Phillies and Aaron Nola have reportedly agreed to a seven-year, $172 million contract, pending physical, according to ESPN's Jeff Passan.
Suárez Will Take the Ball as Phillies Head to First-ever Game 7
The Phillies will turn to Ranger Suárez to take the ball for the first postseason Game 7 in franchise history.
Phillies Down Braves, Advance to NLCS
The Philadelphia Phillies are headed to the National League Championship Series (NLCS) to face the Arizona Diamondbacks.
San Diego Padres Announce Cole Hamels Has Retired
The San Diego Padres announced that left-handed pitcher Cole Hamels has retired from baseball.
Kingery Fails to Make Roster as Phillies Make Moves
The Phillies announced several decisions Monday morning, three days from Opening Day. Among the cuts: Scott Kingery.
Phillies’ Rhys Hoskins Suffers Knee Injury in Grapefruit League Game
Phillies first baseman Rhys Hoskins suffered a knee injury in Clearwater on Thursday and had to be carted off of the field.
Mark Appel Departs Phillies With Words of Gratitude
After his release from the Phillies Monday, pitcher Mark Appel expressed his gratitude to the organization and its fans.
One Phillies Spring Agenda Item: Sign Aaron Nola
As Phillies starting pitcher Aaron Nola enters the final year of his current deal, signing him to an extension is in order before the 2023 season begins.
Phillies Mailbag: First Full Squad Workout
This week's inaugural 2023 Phillies mailbag looks at the leadoff spot, center field's backup, and who the dark horses are for the roster.
Cole Hamels Signs With San Diego Padres
Hamels was born and raised in San Diego and he still has family there. He grew up a San Diego Padres fan and was a big fan of Tony Gwynn.