The short answer is no, but that does not mean that there shouldn’t be concerned. Andrew McCutchen is a former MVP that could still be recovering from his torn ACL from two years ago. McCutchen is in the final year of his 3 years $50 million deal that he signed in the offseason leading into […]Read more "Should The Phillies Be Worried About Andrew McCutchen?"
Phillies’ manager Joe Girardi announced on Monday that Aaron Nola, Zack Wheeler, and Zach Eflin would start the Phillies’ first three games of the 2021 season, barring setbacks. While this news may not come as a surprise to many, it is nonetheless a sign that the Phillies’ manager has faith in the three starting pitchers […]Read more "Phillies’ Triple-Threat Set to Open Up Season on the Mound"
Ah, Phillies’ baseball is back! Today, there will be a baseball game- and fans will be there! Today at 1 PM, the Phillies will open up their Spring Training opener. The team will head to Lakeland, Florida, and take Publix Field at Joker Marchant Stadium. First Pitch is slated for 1:05 in the sunshine state. […]Read more "Phillies’ Spring Training: What to Watch For in Opener"
The cold, harsh winter is nearly over, and with its departure comes the return of baseball season. Just as quickly as it left us in October, the national pastime is back yet again. For the Phillies, it’s time for redemption. Eager to put a lackluster third-place finish and up-and-down 2020 season behind them, the Phils […]Read more "Ten Phillies storylines to follow as training camp kicks off"
Entering the third year of his contract with the Phillies, Andrew McCutchen has had a touch-and-go experience playing ball in Philadelphia. With a combination of humor, leadership, and experience, Cutch is beloved by fans and teammates alike. The main issues arises in the fact that, due to his torn ACL in 2019, he not only […]Read more "Should the Phillies Look to Trade Andrew McCutchen at the Deadline?"
The Phillies had a laundry list of items to address this offseason. Between bringing back J.T. Realmuto, re-signing or replacing Didi Gregorius, finding another starter for the rotation, and fixing the bullpen, Dave Dombrowski had his work cut out for him. Not to mention the added financial uncertainties across professional sports. And while there is […]Read more "Have offseason acquisitions improved the Phillies?"
In his introductory press conference, new Phillies pitching coach Caleb Cotham stated that the Phillies have “three guys that can go out and be Cy Youngs.” Aaron Nola and Zack Wheeler are clearly the first two, but fans have speculated as to who the third could be that Cotham eluded to. While there is an […]Read more "Is Zach Eflin a Future Cy Young Award Winner?"
It came as a shock when Phillies pitching coach Bryan Price called it a career after just 1 season into his 3-year contract. Price looked to be a revelation for the Phillies. In his eventful career, he started as the pitching coach of the 2001 Seattle Mariners – only the winningest team in baseball history. […]Read more "Phillies officially ink new pitching coach Caleb Cotham"