Entering the third year of his contract with the Phillies, Andrew McCutchen has had a touch-and-go experience playing ball in Philadelphia. With a combination of humor, leadership, and experience, Cutch is beloved by fans and teammates alike. The main issues arises in the fact that, due to his torn ACL in 2019, he not only […]Read more "Should the Phillies Look to Trade Andrew McCutchen at the Deadline?"
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?"
As the Phillies are set to kick off Spring Training this week, the team looks a lot better than they had last year. With a better bullpen, a new GM, and some returning veterans, the 2021 season is set to be a brighter one than year’s past. Today we’re going to look back at some […]Read more "The 2020 Phillies’ Roster…but as Taylor Swift Songs"
Recently, the MLB and MLBPA agreed on seven inning double headers once again for the 2021 season. How will the Phillies’ rotation fare during these games? A couple of days ago, news broke that the MLB and MLBPA agreed on a new deal heading into the 2021 MLB season. Many of the rules will remain […]Read more "Phillies’ Doubleheaders: How Will the Rotation Fare in 7 Innings in 2021?"
That’s right, Phillies fans, break out the bamboo plants because Brad Miller is rumored to be returning to Philadelphia! With a week to go until Spring Training, the Phillies have been looking to add a veteran presence to act as a bench bat for the 2021 season. One of the biggest names connected to the […]Read more "Is a Phillies’ Reunion with Brad “Bamboo” Miller in the Works?"
Ah, February. Typically the coldest month of the year here in the Philadelphia area has not disappointed this year. Combine the cold with the frequent snowstorms over the past week and Phillies fans across Philadelphia are left thinking warmer thoughts. Which always leads us back to Clearwater. Yes, wonderful Clearwater, Fla., home of the Threshers […]Read more "Phillies’ Storylines to Watch Leading Up to Spring Training"
According to Jesse Rodgers of ESPN, the Phillies have signed veteran pitcher Brandon Kintzler to a minor-league deal. The contract is set to be worth $3M if he makes the Phils’ roster with $1M in incentives. Just for some added spice, Mark Feinsand noted that Kintzler opted to sign with the Phillies over his former […]Read more "Instant analysis: Phillies sign veteran pitcher Brandon Kintzler"
Reigning NL Cy Young Award winner Trevor Bauer has officially signed with the Dodgers (and not the Mets). How does this deal impact the Phillies? Last night, baseball Twitter went into a frenzy as it looked like the New York Mets had signed Trevor Bauer. However, Bob Nightengale’s report soon turned out to be wrong. […]Read more "What does the Trevor Bauer signing mean for the NL East and the Phillies?"
The Phillies aren’t done looking for starting pitching, and James Paxton, Jake Odorizzi, and Taijuan Walker are reportedly their top targets. On Thursday morning, Mark Feinsand of MLB.com tweeted about the Phillies’ ongoing search for starting pitching. It’s incredible to hear that the Phillies are still looking to add starting pitchers. There was a time […]Read more "Phillies Rumors- Paxton, Odorizzi, or Walker: Which one is the best fit?"
Continuing our series looking at how Phillies’ position players stack up against their NL East counterparts, today we look at Rhys Hoskins and his fellow first basemen. From long-time staples like Freddie Freeman to up-and-comers like Pete Alonso, the NL East has some strong competition from the “other” hot corner. In fact, the East is […]Read more "How does Phillies’ Rhys Hoskins Compare to the Rest of the NL East?"