The Philadelphia Phillies are one of the weirdest teams in baseball. The Phillies played what felt like Little League type of play on Sunday Night Baseball against the Mets last week. Then, all of the sudden, they swept the Milwaukee Brewers without some of their routine starters. Gotta love baseball, am I right? Phillies Vs. […]Read more "Coming off a Sweep, the Phillies Kick Off a Series Vs. the Atlanta Braves"
Wow, what a weird weekend of Phillies’ baseball, right? Phillies vs. Mets Recap The constant back-and-forth of wins and losses came to an end this weekend. The Phillies picked up an obsolete win on Friday night over the New York Mets. Here, the Phillies scored their only two runs on a strikeout. Chase Anderson struck […]Read more "Phillies Roundup: A Weird Weekend, Suspensions, and the Brewers in Town"
Andrew McCutchen was called out of the basepath for the Phillies as the umpires botch the worst call of the season since Alec Bohm. The Phillies were in a position to score the game-winning run when another botched call cost the Phillies on Saturday night. After a four-run first inning from Zack Wheeler, the Phillies […]Read more "Phillies Fall Victim to Another Terrible Call by the Umpires Saturday Night Against Mets"
Ok, here’s the situation that unfurled Wednesday night. Relieving starter Johan Oviedo, Genesis Cabrera came in to pitch in his 43rd career game. His first pitch was a 97 MPH sinker straight to the face. Cabrera could’ve easily broken Bryce Harper’s jaw. Bryce walked off on his own power but it certainly didn’t look good. […]Read more "Has Genesis Cabrera Awoken the Phillies After Last Night’s Incident?"
When I think of a Phillies-versus-Cardinals series, nothing good comes to mind. I think of squirrels, torn Achilles tendons, and Adam Wainwright. With any luck, only one of those will occur as the Phillies play four games in St. Louis to kick off the week. The Teams Coming Into the Series St. Louis Cardinals The […]Read more "Phillies Look to Right the Ship Vs. Red-Hot Cardinals"
The Philadelphia Phillies have definitely been an up-and-down team this season. Honestly, it’s been a tale of two teams so far. At home, the Phillies showcase a stellar 8-4 record, but a putrid 1-5 record on the road. They have a great chance to rebound and improve that record away from Citizens Bank Park this […]Read more "Phillies Head Out West to Take on the Colorado Rockies"
For the first time since 2015, the San Francisco Giants have won a series in Philadelphia. They won the first 2 games and the Phillies salvaged game 3. It was a series that could’ve easily been swept by the Phillies had they not been hit by the IL bug. Many things happened during this series. […]Read more "Four things we learned about the Phillies in recent series against the Giants"
Sure, the Phillies’ centerfield position is a problem, Matt Moore has been abysmal thus far, and the everyday hitters have been streaky but look past all of that. Who is going to come off the bench and get a clutch hit late in the game against a left-handed pitcher? Andrew Knapp is a better left-handed […]Read more "Three Options the Phillies Could Look At To Bolster Their Hitting Depth"
The Philadelphia Phillies are flying home to face the St. Louis Cardinals after a depressing road trip that saw the team go 1-5. The first road trip of the year for the Phillies ended up being a minor disaster. Between a 3-game set in Atlanta and a rain-shortened 3-game set in New York, the Phillies […]Read more "Series Preview: Phillies Fly Home to Face Cardinals"
Rhys Hoskins started out 2021 with a hot bat, but something noticeable has been missing. Is Hoskins still the same player? As pointed out by Philly Sports Network contributor Jayln Smoot, the Phillies’ first baseman, Rhys Hoskins, has started the season in a solid way. Since that piece has been out, Hoskins has cooled a bit. […]Read more "Is It Now Time To Be Concerned about Rhys Hoskins?"