Frustration has been setting in for each and every Phillies fan. They opened their season a week ago. Now, they have to sit around and do nothing, through no fault of their own. The Phillies season is on hold for the time being and it may just spark a new rivalry For years, the Phillies […]Read more "How a suspended Phillies season may have sparked a new rivalry"
We are barely over a week into the season, and we have positive coronavirus cases in two of the three regions. It started in Atlanta, as Miami Marlins players reportedly went out at night to enjoy some late-night debauchery. Fast forward a week, and 17 Marlins players have tested positive for COVID-19. Major League Baseball […]Read more "How Major League Baseball can salvage the 2020 season"
Last season, Phillies’ stud reliever Seranthony Dominguez tore his UCL in his elbow. He was sidelined for four months of last season, and carried the injury into the offseason. After finally realizing that the reliever needs Tommy John surgery in March, there has been some mystery set back. Seranthony returned to the United States to […]Read more "Phillies’ pitcher Seranthony Dominguez to have surgery"
The smell of fresh-cut grass mixing with the flavors of concession stand wares. The sound of wooden bats connecting with leather as a ball is sent into the horizon. The taste of a ballpark hot dog being washed down with your favorite sugary drink. The feel of a glove in your hand and the anticipation […]Read more "How a summer without Minor League Baseball impacts the Phillies"
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"
Lately, when channel surfing through the various sports networks that once brought such novelty and excitement to our lives, we receive a blast from the past as classic games of old fill our television screens. After a couple of throwback-game-filled weeks, I can’t help but think back to some of the big-time trades that helped […]Read more "Revisiting the Best Blockbuster Trades in Phillies History"
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"
According to Matt Gelb of The Athletic, the Phillies have hired Bryan Price as their next pitching coach. Gelb reported that Price had turned down offers from San Diego and Arizona. Price formerly managed the Reds and has a long track record of success as a pitching coach. Just 24 hours ago, Jim Salisbury stated […]Read more "Phillies Hire Bryan Price as Pitching Coach, Claim Robert Stock off waivers"
On August 13th, 2019, the Philadelphia Phillies welcomed back Charlie Manuel with open arms as the Phillies hitting coach, relieving John Mallee of his duties. On, August 14th, 2019, Philadelphia took to the diamond and batter’s box for the first time with Manuel as the hitting coach. What followed was an eruption of hits and […]Read more "Charlie Manuel has become the Bat Whisperer since re-joining the Phillies"