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Best of MLB: Rockies snap Nationals’ win streak at 7

Charlie Blackmon and the Rockies rallied for an 8-4 win over the Nationals, who had their win streak end at seven. Here's a recap of Monday's action around baseball.

TGP’s Walk Up Music

If the masthead were a baseball team, this is how it would sound when we stepped up to the plate.

Pedroia right to call out teammate over buzzing Orioles’ Machado | John Smallwood

Red Sox second baseman Dustin Pedroia said his getting spiked was just part of baseball and didn?t need retaliation - John Smallwood, Philadelphia Inquirer

Phanatic insider: Think it’s easy being green? | Sam Donnellon

Tom Burgoyne knows the hazards the Phanatic faces, but he loves what he does. - Sam Donnellon, Philadelphia Inquirer

MLB power rankings: Phillies take big leap forward

The Phillies, winners of four straight, took a big leap forward this week in MLB power rankings across national media outlets. By Mike Murphy

Phillies Nation Podcast: Episode 5 – The Phillies are .500! + Gregg Murphy

The fifth episode of the Phillies Nation Podcast is live! This week I ponder whether the Phillies are a .500 team, plus I go over the team defense, Tommy Joseph's struggle and Maikel Franco's hitting with Daniel Walsh of PhilliesNation.com.

Four Storylines From Phillies Weekend Sweep of the Braves

The Phillies earned their first sweep of the 2017 season over the weekend against the Braves. Here are four storylines from the series.

How the Phillies could handle rotation with Aaron Nola (back) placed on DL

After Aaron Nola was sidelined for the season's final two months in 2016 with a right elbow strain, an injury that never required surgery, many jaded Phillies fans wondered how long it would be until the former first-round pick landed on the disabled list in 2017.

Phillies place Aaron Nola on 10-day DL

The Phillies have placed pitcher Aaron Nola on the 10-day disabled list with a lower back strain. The move is retroactive to April 21 (Nola's last start), so if he's only on for 10 days, he misses just one start (Wednesday vs.

Phillies place Aaron Nola on DL with lower-back strain

General manager Matt Klentak said Nola experienced soreness in his last start. - Matt Breen, Philadelphia Inquirer

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