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 Mailbag: Time to Take On the Atlanta Braves
This week's Phillies mailbag focuses on the NLDS match-up against the Atlanta Braves: Zach Eflin's role, who starts, and predictions for the day.
Phillies to Acquire Noah Syndergaard
Phillies sent catching prospect Logan O'Hoppe to the Angels for long-term center fielder Brandon Marsh. But the two teams did not stop there: Noah Syndergaard is headed to the Phillies.
Can’t Catch a Break: Phillies Lose Segura to Fractured Finger
Tuesday night, the Phillies fell to the San Francisco Giants in a miserable, near five-hour fashion.
MLB Cancels Two Additional Series, No Deal Yet
MLB and the MLBPA failed to agree on a new collective bargaining agreement and Commissioner Rob Manfred announced the cancelation of two more series.
Phillies’ Bryce Harper Says He is OK After 97 MPH Pitch Hits His Face
Phillies right fielder Bryce Harper said he was doing OK after being hit in the face by a 97 MPH pitch Wednesday night.
Five Optimistic Phillies Predictions for 2021
If the optimism of the fans is any indication, fans feel this season will be much better than 2020's disappointment.
Herrera Fails to Make Phillies’ Opening Day Roster
The Phillies announced Monday that Herrera has been re-assigned to minor league camp.
Phillies Announce an 8,800-fan Capacity for First 19 Games
The news is good for Phillies fans who hope to attend games at Citizens Bank Park.
Report: Phillies “Likely” to Have Fans in Stands in 2021
Last time the Phillies had fans at Citizens Bank Park was September 29, 2019.
Report: Phillies Sign Realmuto to Five Year, $115M Deal
The move gives Realmuto a record for the highest average annual value for a catcher.