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Minnesota +0.5
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Community Picks: Minnesota 57% vs Philadelphia 43%

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The Philadelphia Phillies' slogan is "Ring the Bell." On Thursday night, outfielder Bryce Harper did just that. Continue to Article
April 05, 2019 7:43:am EST
The Sixers often have celebrities ring the bell before the start of a game, a tradition that Phillies manager Gabe Kapler, starter Aaron Nola, and Hoskins took part in back in January: Harper had the honor of ringing the bell on Thursday: The Sixers entered the half trailing the first-place Bucks by two points, 58-56. The Sixers entered the night as the current No. seed in the East at 49-29. Continue to Article
April 04, 2019 9:41:pm EST
Bryce Harper fires up crowd at Wells Fargo Center, rings ceremonial Liberty Bell before Sixers vs. Bucks originally appeared on Perhaps, after Bryce Harper has been a Phillie for 12 or 13 years, Harpermania will die down. But it's not happening anytime soon. The Phillies' rightfielder fired up the crowd at Wells Fargo Center before the Sixers tipped off against the Bucks on Thursday night, ringing the team's ceremonial Liberty Bell before the game. Continue to Article
April 04, 2019 8:27:pm EST
Jake Noll's bases-loaded walk with no outs in the bottom of the ninth gave the Washington Nationals a 9-8 victory over the Philadelphia Phillies on Wednesday. David Robertson (0-1) gave up a leadoff single to Anthony Rendon, then walked Juan Soto and Ryan Zimmerman before Noll took ball four on a 3-2 pitch. Philadelphia outfielder Andrew McCutchen hit a go-ahead, three-run double off Kyle Barraclough in the top of the eighth. Continue to Article
April 04, 2019 2:32:am EST
Early struggles continue for Phillies' David Robertson in loss to Nationals originally appeared on WASHINGTON- The Phillies lost their first game of the season Wednesday afternoon and it took three uncommon events for it to happen. Aaron Nola had his worst outing since the 2017 season. Rhys Hoskins simply missed a toss from Seranthony Dominguez that would have ended an inning but instead allowed the tying run to score. Continue to Article
April 03, 2019 6:06:pm EST
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