If you didn’t see it last night, Andrew McCutchen injured his leg in the first inning against the Padres. Ian Kinsler deked McCutchen on an infield pop up and got him caught in a rundown. McCutchen grabbed his knee and needed help to get off the field. Andrew McCutchen is going to be hard to […]Read more "Highly rated Phillies prospect is ready to step up in relief of Andrew McCutchen"
The Atlantic City, NJ Police Department arrested and charged Odubel Herrera with Simple Assault. The incident stemmed from a domestic violence incident at the Golden Nugget Hotel and Casino on Monday night. Major League Baseball has placed Herrera on administrative leave. Herrera allegedly assaulted his 20-year-old girlfriend. Here is the press release by Atlantic City […]Read more "Why we must not jump to conclusions regarding Odubel Herrera’s arrest"
It’s never pretty to see a player get caught up in the law. We usually see it, speak down on it, and then give the said player another chance. This is not the usual. Odoubel Herrera was arrested and charged with simple assault after a report of domestic violence. There is no place for domestic […]Read more "Phillies must separate from Odubel Herrera"
It’s been revealed that Phillies centerfielder Odubel Herrera was arrested on Monday night following a report of a domestic violence incident. Herrera and his 20-year-old girlfriend were at the Golden Nugget Hotel and Casino in Atlantic City when the incident took place, per the Police report. The police report also states that his Herrera’s girlfriend […]Read more "Phillies’ Odubel Herrera arrested following domestic violence incident"
Last night the Phillies continued their six-game road trip against reigning NL MVP Christian Yelich and the Milwaukee Brewers. The high-scoring, back-and-forth affair produced ten total runs in what would go on to be a 6-4 victory for the Phils. Although the offensive eruption on display was certainly encouraging, it was the bullpen debut for […]Read more "The Phillies ‘Velasquez Experiment’ gets off to a promising start"
In the last couple of weeks, the debate has been constant. ‘Has Bryce Harper lived up to the $330 million dollar contract that he has been given?’ While it is absolutely too early to tell, just months into a 13-year deal, the fans in Philadelphia have seemed to grow a little restless. Harper was even […]Read more "Bryce Harper is firing up the Phillies in more ways than one"
Before we get into this, I am aware that The Phillies are in first place. I am not calling for Kapler’s firing as many are doing on Twitter. I am simply saying he has to do a better job of managing his team. The Phillies can’t give games away. Last night the Phillies took a […]Read more "Gabe Kapler’s long-term focus is hindering Phillies’ immediate problems"
Just a season ago, the Phillies laid claim to one of the most anemic offenses in the league. They finished dead last in both hits and batting average and ranked in the bottom ten in runs scored. Quite frankly, the offense was a complete disaster in 2018. Unwilling to suffer through a similar offensive campaign, […]Read more "Phillies Offseason additions continue to set the tone atop the Order"
Two starts, two wins. Not a bad way to kick start your major league career. After a brief rain delay, rookie southpaw Cole Irvin went on to do just that against the Colorado Rockies. Although Irvin wasn’t as masterful as he was in his seven-inning Mother’s Day debut versus the Royals, he was still very […]Read more "Cole Irvin’s next four games could cement him in Phillies’ Starting Rotation"
Go on Twitter or any Facebook Phillies group and you will see fans on both sides of the fence. Some are already saying the Bryce Harper signing was a mistake. Others are being patient? Wait, that can’t be, patience is not the trait of a Philly Fan. ESPN and the like have told me so…. […]Read more "A slumping Bryce Harper is no reason for Phillies fans to be concerned"