After jumping out to a somewhat surprising 5-1 start, the red-hot Phillies are set to take on the Braves at Truist Park. This will be the second meeting between these two clubs in the young season, the Phillies being the victors by way of sweep to open the season. Tale of the Tape The Braves, […]Read more "Phillies Travel to Atlanta for First Road Series of the Season"
When you think of reasons why the Phillies are off to such a hot start, many would point to a seemingly revitalized bullpen as one of the key factors. Following a season in which the bullpen plagued the Phillies all year long, costing them game after game, the relief efforts have been much better to […]Read more "Connor Brogdon Could Be a Spark Plug out of Phillies Bullpen"
Coming into the season, the Phillies were viewed as a bit of a dark-horse option to compete in a loaded National League landscape. There was no doubting that the team had potential. Boasting superstar talents Bryce Harper, Aaron Nola, and J.T. Realmuto, the Phillies roster was certainly nothing to scoff at. The lingering question concerning […]Read more "Rhys Hoskins Hot Start is Good News for the Phillies"
The Sixers start the second game of a back-to-back, this time against Julius Randle, RJ Barrett, and the New York Knicks. Following their emphatic 129-105 victory over the Kings, the Sixers head to New York to take on the Knicks in the second of back-to-back games for the squad. Victors of eight of their last […]Read more "Shorthanded Sixers Look to Stay Hot Against Rival Knicks"
Things haven’t always gone swimmingly for first baseman Rhys Hoskins in his young MLB career. After tearing up the minor leagues, the hard-hitting infielder took the league by storm as a rookie. En route to a fourth-place Rookie of the Year finish, Hoskins mashed 18 home runs and recorded 48 RBIs in just 50 games(!) […]Read more "Phillies will be hoping that the best is yet to come for Rhys Hoskins"
When it was announced that longtime head coach Doc Rivers was set to assume the same position with the Sixers, one of the many players thought to thrive in his system was Sixers’ forward Tobias Harris. Notably, Harris and Rivers were formerly acquainted from their stint together in LA as members of the Clippers organization. […]Read more "Tobias Harris is thriving under Doc Rivers just like fans hoped he would"
The cold, harsh winter is nearly over, and with its departure comes the return of baseball season. Just as quickly as it left us in October, the national pastime is back yet again. For the Phillies, it’s time for redemption. Eager to put a lackluster third-place finish and up-and-down 2020 season behind them, the Phils […]Read more "Ten Phillies storylines to follow as training camp kicks off"
The Phillies still could use some help in their pitching staff, despite a couple of signings already. Could they give Taijuan Walker a look ahead of Spring training? Eager to stay under the luxury tax, the Phillies have taken a somewhat unorthodox approach to improve their starting rotation. Antonymous to their usually affluent, big-market nature, […]Read more "Phillies Rumors: Should Philly Give Taijuan Walker a Look?"
The Phillies finally get the job done and resign Didi Gregorius to a 2 year, $28 million deal this morning. After finalizing the long-awaited J.T Realmuto extension, the Phillies are set to bring back yet another familiar face in 2021 and beyond. Today, the team agreed to terms with talented infielder Didi Gregorius on a […]Read more "Report: Phillies, Didi Gregorius Strike Two-Year Deal"
Joel Embiid has asserted himself as one of, if not the best big man in the NBA this season. Starting with his 29 point eruption in the season opener against Washington, Embiid has done little in the way of slowing down since then. Through ten games, the talented center ranks in the top ten league-wide […]Read more "Why Joel Embiid is rapidly becoming an early MVP candidate"