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
The Phillies 2022 Video Yearbook is Released…and is Free
The Phillies released their 2022 Video Yearbook on Friday to their YouTube channel.
Unlocked: MLB, MLBPA Reach a Deal
Major League Baseball and the Major League Baseball Players Association have come to terms on a new contract that will allow a full 162-game schedule
The Phanatic is Free to Return to its Old Self
Matt Breen of the Philadelphia Inquirer reports that the Phillies will be free to return to the old version of the beloved mascot, the Phanatic
Phillies Activate Hoskins; Send Bohm to Minors
The Phillies activated first baseman Rhys Hoskins and optioned third baseman Alec Bohm to Triple-A Lehigh Valley.
Luke Williams Changes the Phillies Energy Level
In what seemed to be a typical drab, lifeless Phillies loss, Luke Williams instilled some new energy into the scuffling club.
2020 Schedule Released: Phillies Open at Marlins, Close at Rays
Major League Baseball released the 2020 schedule on Monday night.
ESPN Documentary “Imperfect” Will Look at Roy Halladay’s Life
A new ESPN documentary is set to release profiling the life of Roy Halladay.
Report: Suspension of Major League Baseball is Forthcoming
Major League Baseball will suspend operations, including Spring Training games and the start of the season.
“New” Phanatic Should Be Enough to Ward Off Lawsuit
The restyled Phillie Phanatic is here...is it enough to keep their mascot?
A New-Look Phanatic Coming to Phillies Games
According to Jim Salisbury of NBC Sports Philadelphia, the Phillie Phanatic is changing his look before the Phillies debut at home on Sunday.
Phillies Will Host 2026 All-Star Game
The Phillies will announce on Tuesday that the City of Philadelphia will host the 2026 Major League Baseball All-Star Game.
Dream Over: Trout Signs 12-Year Deal With Angels
Mike Trout and the Los Angeles Angels have ended the dreams of Phillies fans with a reported 12-year, $430 million contract.