Kyle Dohy is a LHP in the Phillies farm system. Before the start of the season, not many people were talking about the 21-year-old California native. He started off the season in Lakewood and started to light the world on fire. In 33 2/3 innings pitched Dohy had a 0.80 ERA and 63Ks. He moved […]Read more "Phillies’ Farmhand Kyle Dohy reaches rare season mark"
The Philadelphia Phillies (65-52) enter this week after a frustrating (2-4) road trip out west and tied with the Braves for first place in the NL East. The team has to take advantage of this upcoming week where they could really make some headway. Starting on Tuesday, they face the MLB-best Red Sox (85-35) for […]Read more "Previewing the Phillies Week Ahead: Showdowns with Red Sox and Mets lie ahead"
One of the most iconic rivalries in Major League Baseball behind the Red Sox/ Yankees and maybe Cubs/ Cardinals also features a couple of trades for iconic players. Two trades, to be exact, provided major impact players for the Phillies. The first came in 1974. New York Mets trade Tug McGraw, Don Hahn and Dave […]Read more "Are we overdue for a Phillies-Mets trade?"
Patience is a virtue. It’s likely that your parents, grandparents and teachers drilled this proverb into your head from a very young age. Equally, you’ve likely grown very tired of hearing it preached hundreds of times, as the shear utterance of those four words sends you into flashback mode of a a more juvenile time. […]Read more "Phillies rank among league’s best in patience"
The Phillies ended their six-game homestand in style versus the Reds. They swept the series- winning all three games- as they shook off a rocky start to the season. Let’s recap what went down in Philly: Welcome to the Show, Rook! Scott Kingery continued to emulate a proven veteran in just his fourth ever big-league […]Read more "Phillies Series Recap: Brooms out in Cincy"
Today’s the day that baseball nerds, such as myself, get overexcited for, for one hiarticular reason. Today is the first day of genuine Spring Training baseball games, in which professional hitters will step into the box against professional pitchers. Now, that doesn’t mean all of these athletes are Major League talents, drastically watering down the […]Read more "2018 MLB Standings Prediction: Can the Phillies climb to the top?"
August may have not been a great month record-wise for the Phillies, but there were plenty of bright spots to give fans hope for the years ahead. Phillies Reliever Adam Morgan showing he belongs on the team in 2018 If I were to go back a few months and look on twitter, I would […]Read more "Seven Phillies thoughts after August’s rollercoaster came to an end"
On the last day to make waiver claims for player eligible for the postseason, the far out of the playoff picture Phillies made a move. The team picked up right handed relief pitcher Juan Nicasio after the Pirates placed him on revocable waivers. The Phillies will be on the hook for the remainder of Nicasio’s […]Read more "All you need to know: Phillies Claim RP Juan Nicasio From Pirates"
When the July 31 trade deadline passed, Tommy Joseph was still a member of the Phillies. So, earlier this week, the Phillies announced that Lehigh Valley star Rhys Hoskins would get some starts in left field in order to fix the log jam that the organization has at first base.Moving Hoskins to the outfield could […]Read more "Moving Hoskins To The Outfield Doesn’t Fix Phillies Problems, It Just Creates More"
Next weekend was supposed to be all about Pete Rose in Philadelphia. While the all time hits king will likely never be enshrined on a grander scale in Cooperstown, the Phillies were giving him a chance to be immortalized in their backyard. Rose was scheduled to become the latest Phillie to be inducted into the […]Read more "After Phillies scrapped induction of Pete Rose to Wall of Fame, will he ever receive that honor?"