On Monday, the Philadelphia Phillies officially signed former Cy Young winner Jake Arrieta. OFFICIAL: #Phillies have signed RHP Jake Arrieta to a multi-year contract. Welcome to Philadelphia, @JArrieta34! #BeBold pic.twitter.com/7txyEsliUo — Philadelphia Phillies (@Phillies) March 12, 2018 The pact is a three-year, $75 million dollar contract and gives the Phils another ace to pair with Aaron […]Read more "Money Well Spent: What the Signing of Jake Arrieta Means for The Phillies"
For weeks, everyone in the baseball world had one question: WHAT IS GOING ON WITH JAKE ARRIETA?!? After a long winter with spring on the horizon, we have our answer. The Phillies have got their man. Jake Arrieta has signed a 3-year deal worth $75 million with the Philadelphia Phillies. According to MLB insider Jon […]Read more "Rebuilding ends as Jake Arrieta signs with Phillies"
December 15th, 2017 was when it was first reported that the Phillies had signed Carlos Santana to a 3 year $60 million deal. I was at Temple University’s movie theater watching one of the first viewings of Star Wars: The Last Jedi. I went into the theater around 12 o’clock. The weather featured flurries and possibly more […]Read more "It’s February 2018, why does it feel like nothing “Phillies” has happened since 2017?"
This offseason free agency period has been, quite possibly, the strangest in recent memory. The process of free agency is to, get this, sign free agents. It’s an unbelievably simple concept, yet teams have been gun shy this winter to pull the trigger on some of the biggest names available. J.D. Martinez, Yu Darvish, and […]Read more "Three players the Phillies should still target in Free Agency"
Over his last nine starts, Aaron Nola has been downright masterful. He’s 5-2 with a 1.76 ERA, striking out 70 batters in 61 innings pitched. In fact, he’s been so sharp that in order to find the last time he allowed more than two earned runs in a single game, you’d have to go all […]Read more "If Phillies want to help Aaron Nola’s development, they have to bring in another starter"