The Philadelphia Phillies' 2014 season was the 132nd in the history of the franchise. After a disappointing 2013, the Phillies entered the offseason with a strategy to reload rather than rebuild; they did not want to relinquish the opportunity to do well in 2014 in hopes of being competitive down the road. Commensurate with this strategy, among their key acquisitions were right fielder Marlon Byrd and starting pitcher A. J. Burnett. The Phillies began the season with new coaches (as Ryne Sandberg entered his first season as manager after taking over on an interim basis in August 2013) and new broadcasters; Jamie Moyer and Matt Stairs, two members of the 2008 World Series squad, replaced Chris Wheeler and Gary Matthews as analysts on Comcast SportsNet Philadelphia.

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  • La saison 2014 des Phillies de Philadelphie est la 132e saison en Ligue majeure de baseball pour cette franchise. Les Phillies sont pour une 3e année de suite incapables de gagner plus de matchs qu'il n'en perdent et terminent l'année avec une fiche victoires-défaites à 73-89, performance identique à celle de la saison précédente. Cette fois, Philadelphie glisse de la 4e à la 5e place de la division Est de la Ligue nationale. En cours d'année, le vétéran Jimmy Rollins dépasse le total de 2 234 coups sûrs de Mike Schmidt pour établir le nouveau record de franchise, et quatre lanceurs unissent leurs efforts pour réussir en septembre un match sans coup sûr combiné contre Atlanta. (fr)
  • The Philadelphia Phillies' 2014 season was the 132nd in the history of the franchise. After a disappointing 2013, the Phillies entered the offseason with a strategy to reload rather than rebuild; they did not want to relinquish the opportunity to do well in 2014 in hopes of being competitive down the road. Commensurate with this strategy, among their key acquisitions were right fielder Marlon Byrd and starting pitcher A. J. Burnett. The Phillies began the season with new coaches (as Ryne Sandberg entered his first season as manager after taking over on an interim basis in August 2013) and new broadcasters; Jamie Moyer and Matt Stairs, two members of the 2008 World Series squad, replaced Chris Wheeler and Gary Matthews as analysts on Comcast SportsNet Philadelphia. After offseason headlines indicated a tenuous relationship between Sandberg and shortstop Jimmy Rollins and controversy about draft picks who did not sign with the team, the season began auspiciously with an opening-day win; however, the Phillies then lost their next two games. April continued in that fashion; the team played .500 ball in their first 26 games, exceeding expectations. One commentator called them "pleasantly mediocre", despite a horrific performance from the bullpen. May was a frustrating month for the Phillies; failing to win games they were in a position to win, they posted an 11–16 record and a .230 team batting average (the worst in the National League). June was almost as bad; although the team had 12 wins and 17 losses, the bullpen improved to one of the best in the NL. In the 2014 Major League Baseball draft that month the Phillies selected Aaron Nola as their first-round pick, encouraging optimism from fans and the media. Although the Phillies began July at the bottom of the National League East Division, they amassed a five-game winning streak shortly before the All-Star break. This moved them to within nine games of .500, but they lost the last two games and had a 42–53 record at the break. As the trade deadline approached, it was speculated that the Phillies would surrender older players to obtain younger ones. They made two deals, neither involving key components of the team. In August they had their best month of the season: a 14–13 record, thanks to strong pitching and adequate hitting. Although the Phillies began September with four pitchers combining for a no-hitter, their month deteriorated from there. The squad had an 11–15 record, finishing the season with 73 wins and 89 losses. Significant personnel changes on the field and in the front office were expected during the offseason. (en)
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  • Ken Giles struck out all three batters he faced in the eighth,
  • before Jonathan Papelbon finished the no-hitter with a perfect ninth inning.
  • Jake Diekman pitched a perfect seventh inning, striking out two batters;
  • Cole Hamels started the game, pitching six innings and walking five batters;
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  • Among Phillies trade candidates were Antonio Bastardo and Marlon Byrd
  • In May, Freddy Galvis went on the disabled list and Darin Ruf returned from it.
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  • Overall Record: 73–89
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  • La saison 2014 des Phillies de Philadelphie est la 132e saison en Ligue majeure de baseball pour cette franchise. Les Phillies sont pour une 3e année de suite incapables de gagner plus de matchs qu'il n'en perdent et terminent l'année avec une fiche victoires-défaites à 73-89, performance identique à celle de la saison précédente. Cette fois, Philadelphie glisse de la 4e à la 5e place de la division Est de la Ligue nationale. En cours d'année, le vétéran Jimmy Rollins dépasse le total de 2 234 coups sûrs de Mike Schmidt pour établir le nouveau record de franchise, et quatre lanceurs unissent leurs efforts pour réussir en septembre un match sans coup sûr combiné contre Atlanta. (fr)
  • The Philadelphia Phillies' 2014 season was the 132nd in the history of the franchise. After a disappointing 2013, the Phillies entered the offseason with a strategy to reload rather than rebuild; they did not want to relinquish the opportunity to do well in 2014 in hopes of being competitive down the road. Commensurate with this strategy, among their key acquisitions were right fielder Marlon Byrd and starting pitcher A. J. Burnett. The Phillies began the season with new coaches (as Ryne Sandberg entered his first season as manager after taking over on an interim basis in August 2013) and new broadcasters; Jamie Moyer and Matt Stairs, two members of the 2008 World Series squad, replaced Chris Wheeler and Gary Matthews as analysts on Comcast SportsNet Philadelphia. (en)
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  • Saison 2014 des Phillies de Philadelphie (fr)
  • 2014 Philadelphia Phillies season (en)
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