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Amid spectacle of 1964 ASG, Callison shined brightestMLB.com Jul 14, 2013The 1964 All-Star Game at newly built Shea Stadium was a spectacle that featured 18 future Hall of Famers, but it was Phillies outfielder Johnny Callison who made the game memorable with a walk-off home run.Share Tweet
Phils top White Sox in 10 on Mayberry's singleESPN.com Jul 14, 2013John Mayberry Jr. hit an RBI single with two outs in the 10th inning, lifting the Philadelphia Phillies over the Chicago White Sox 4-3 on Sunday.Share TweetThe Phillies have placed outfielder Ben Revere on the 15-day disabled list, one day after he broke his right foot by fouling a ball off of it, and activated catcher Erik Kratz from the DL.Share Tweet
Doc on comeback trail, ponders future with PhilliesMLB.com Jul 14, 2013Roy Halladay is planning for the future. The Phillies right-hander has not pitched since May 5 and he might not pitch again until late August at the earliest, but he is working hard every day to ensure he is as good as he can be whenever he returns.Share Tweet
Pettibone a bright spot for the PhilliesThey were called the "Baby Aces," the five starters at single-A Clearwater two years ago who were going to paint the future bright and the corners brighter for the big club eventually.Share TweetAnother rookie pitcher has learned that it takes more than a stellar debut to make the big squad. This time, it happened to former Phillies prospect Jarred Cosart of the Astros.Share Tweet
Inside the Phillies: For all the first-half troubles, Phillies in better shape than last yearLook back, and you'll see months of frustration for a Phillies team that has found the climb to Mount Mediocrity a monumental challenge.Share Tweet
Phillies Top White Sox In 10Jul 14The White Sox rallied to tie the game, but John Mayberry Jr.'s RBI single in the 10th inning gave the Phillies the 4-3 win.
Futures Game RecapJul 14Adnan Virk and Keith Law break down the Futures Game rising stars as the USA takes down the World team 4-2.