The Phillies are in need for a fifth starter to truly bolster their rotation. Could they look to add Lance McCullers Jr. from the Astros? *Before this article even begins to enter the logistics of this possibility, it should be noted that there have been no rumors regarding this trade. The Phillies have not publicly […]Read more "Phillies Trade Machine: Could Philly Land Lance McCullers Jr?"
The Phillies’ chances of winning the NL East in 2021 have (not surprisingly) decreased over the past week. The Mets continue to show off their new owner’s money as they traded for SS Francisco Lindor and SP Carlos Carrasco. Meanwhile, the Nationals are making smaller, yet still pivotal, additions, having signed on OF Kyle Schwarber. […]Read more "Could the Phillies Bring In All-Star OF George Springer?"
Longtime Phillies reliever Adam Morgan has signed a minor-league contract with the Chicago Cubs. The lefty has left the building. Jim Salisbury announced this afternoon that Adam Morgan has signed with the Chicago Cubs. With this news, Morgan’s tenure with the Phillies is officially over. The Phillies drafted Adam Morgan in the third round of […]Read more "Phillies’ Former Lefty Adam Morgan Signs With the Chicago Cubs"
After Bryce Harper, the Phillies outfield is full of question marks. Bryce Harper is an absolute stud, but unfortunately for the Phillies, an MLB team needs more than one outfielder. Andrew McCutchen is the left fielder, but his knee health is still a big unknown. Roman Quinn and Adam Haseley are set to platoon in […]Read more "Which outfielders should the Phillies add to their bench?"
When the Phillies drafted Bryson Stott in the 2019 MLB Draft, on-field expectations were high for the shortstop. While Stott hasn’t had the opportunity to make that on-field impact, he has made sure to be impactful to those around him. Stott, 23, is a Las Vegas area native having attended Desert Oasis High School. Starting […]Read more "Phillies Prospect Bryson Stott Makes an Impact in His Community"
Christmas time is finally here and the Phillies are in desperate need of a few gifts. Having yet to award a single major-league contract, the team largely carries the same weaknesses that they did last year and run the risk of getting even worse heading into next season. With such an abundance of roster holes, […]Read more "A J.T Realmuto extension? 2020 Phillies Christmas Wishlist"
The Philadelphia Phillies looked to have a bright future a mere three seasons ago. Heading into 2018, the Phillies had a strong core from their farm system that consisted of Aaron Nola, Rhys Hoskins, and Scott Kingery. During the 2017 season, Hoskins and Nola brought light to a dreaded rebuild year. Hoskins joined the team […]Read more "Could 2021 be the final season of the Phillies’ Hoskins and Kingery era?"
It wasn’t too long ago that Scott Kingery was a prized prospect in the Phillies’ farm system. Kingery was consistently ranking in the team’s top prospect rankings, as he was flourishing in the minor leagues. The former second-round draft pick batted .304 with 26 home runs, 65 RBIs, and 29 stolen bases last season in […]Read more "What should Phillies fans expect from Scott Kingery in 2021?"
It’s no secret that the Phillies have some holes on their roster. With their depleted bullpen, outfield depth, and uncertainty among their infield and rotation, they have some decisions to make. By hiring Dave Dombrowski to be their new president of baseball operations, history shows that prospects are likely not safe at all. However, if […]Read more "Prospects Check In: Which Infielders Could Crack the Phillies’ Roster?"
It’s no secret that the Phillies have some holes on their roster. With their depleted bullpen, outfield depth, and uncertainty among their infield and rotation, they have some decisions to make. By hiring Dave Dombrowski to be their new president of baseball operations, history shows that prospects are likely not safe at all. However, if […]Read more "Prospects Check In: Which Pitchers Could Crack the Phillies’ Roster?"