Last season will be infamously remembered by the Philly faithful as one marred and utterly decimated by poor pitching. In the hands of the Phillies 2020 pitching staff, especially that of the bullpen, no lead was ever safe and each game was seemingly bound to get messy. But could Trevor Bauer be the cure the […]Read more "Are the Phillies an Ideal Landing Spot for Polarizing Star Trevor Bauer?"
The Phillies have missed the postseason for the ninth year in row. Despite boasting one of the highest payrolls in all of baseball, the Philadelphia Phillies have once again failed to reach the postseason. Even with a whopping eight NL teams qualifying during this year’s wonky COVID setup, the Phils found themselves falling short by […]Read more "LISTEN: End of the year Philadelphia Phillies rant"
The Phillies are looking to sneak into the postseason. Well, here we are. After 57 VERY long Philadelphia Phillies baseball games, it all comes down to this. Despite winning 10 out of 11 at one point in time, despite having the second worst bullpen in baseball history, and despite losing countless players to injury, our […]Read more "Bullpen Blues: Phillies race for the postseason is on"
The Phillies take 3/4 from the Blue Jays, set themselves up perfectly for a playoff position. After all the drama and all the chaos that has been the 2020 Phillies this season, the team is finally approaching the final stretch, and they have set themselves up to be in a playoff position. Despite losing series […]Read more "Phillies Podcast: Crucial series win against the Blue Jays"
The Phillies lose yet another series at the hands of their league-worst bullpen. It seems impossible, but the Philadelphia Phillies keep on finding ways to one-up their own embarrassing play. On Wednesday night they blew the game in the ninth inning because one of their relievers literally dropped the baseball on the mound, and on […]Read more "Bullpen Blues: Why are the Phillies the way that they are?"
New Phillies podcast, “Bullpen Blues”. Seemingly against all odds, the Philadelphia Phillies are currently tied up two apiece with the Miami Marlins during their grueling seven games series. The team has already seen their fair share of bullpen collapses (multiple if I may add), and the Marlins have battled hard, respectfully. This seven game gauntlet […]Read more "Bullpen Blues: Harper is back and the Phillies pen still stinks"
Baseball is coming. Well, at least there is some positive news during this COVID-19 pandemic. The MLB Owners approved of a plan to start moving towards a July start to the season. According to ESPN’s Jeff Passan and the Associated Press, the owners have approved a proposal to send to the Players Union. MLB is […]Read more "Baseball is coming? Owners to send Proposal to Players Union"
This morning, Aaron Nola spoke with ESPN between workouts with his Philadelphia Phillies teammates. As we have with a few of the Philadelphia Flyers players, Philly Sports Network wants to keep you updated on your favorite athletes. In his interview, Nola discussed how he is doing during COVID19, preparation for the 2020 MLB season, and […]Read more "Phillies Check-In: Aaron Nola"
Regardless of when the MLB season begins, the Philadelphia Phillies bullpen is already starting a man down. There is a decision that needs to be made. The right-handed reliever, Seranthony Dominguez, needs to come to a conclusion about getting Tommy John surgery. Any time that specific surgery is brought up for a pitcher, it spells […]Read more "Phillies’ Dominguez Considering Tommy John Surgery"
Unlike the snail-paced tempo of last winter, this MLB offseason has been an absolute whirlwind. Free-agent class headliners Gerrit Cole, Anthony Rendon, Stephen Strasburg, Yasmani Grandal, and Madison Bumgarner have all already put pen to paper and found new homes- essentially dashing the Phillies chances of landing an elite talent this winter. Amongst the chaos […]Read more "Phillies running low on options (and funds) to get over the hump"