The Phillies have a reunion on there hands as Joel Sherman reports that the Phillies are in agreement with free agent shortstop Didi Gregorius. The report states that Gregorius is headed to Philadelphia on a 1-year deal. This will bring Didi Gregorius back under the guidance of manager Joe Girardi. The duo were together in […]Read more "Instant Analysis: Phillies Sign Didi Gregorius"
Three seasons ago, Rhys Hoskins took the league by storm after making his debut for the Phillies in the second half of the season. Ranking in the top ten at No.6 on the Phillies prospect list at the time of his promotion to the big leagues, expectations were high for the talented first baseman when […]Read more "Will Phillies’ new hitting coach oversee a Rhys Hoskins resurgence?"
After becoming blasé with and releasing ex-manager Gabe Kapler, amongst others in the team staff, earlier this offseason, the Phillies front office has been diligent in filling out their personnel vacancies. Candidly, they’ve been a little more than just diligent. I’d dare say GM Matt Klentak and Co. have done an exceptional job of assembling […]Read more "Phillies front office is staying ‘on brand’ with the hiring of Joe Dillon"
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"
Today the Phillies introduce to the public to their 55th manager in team history. Joe Girardi will succeed Gabe Kapler as manager of the Philadelphia Phillies. Girardi has been one of a few former Yankees to join the Phillies in the past couple of seasons. In offseason of 2017, the Phillies hired Rob Thomson as […]Read more "Poaching Rothschild from Yankees Could be power-play for the Phillies"
The Phillies already made one splash move on their big-league staff this offseason, hiring former Manager of the Year and World Series champion Joe Girardi as their new skipper. With Girardi now in the fold and their biggest staff vacancy filled, it’s now time for the Phils to turn their attention toward finding a new […]Read more "Phillies need to prioritize finding new hitting & pitching coaches"
Much like last year’s eventful, fruitful offseason, the Phillies are off to a tremendous start to begin this winter. Rumored to be the favorite for the job for weeks, former Marlins and Yankees skipper Joe Girardi has officially been announced as the 55th manager of the Phillies. The deal is worth three-years with a club […]Read more "Phillies Leadoff Offseason with a Home Run Hire in Manager Joe Girardi"
Well, it seems official. Numerous reports are citing that the Phillies are set to hire Joe Girardi as Gabe Kapler’s replacement. This is a move that fans have been pining for ever since his name was first linked with the position. Here’s everything you need to know on Girardi: Joe Girardi Age: 55Teams managed: Marlins […]Read more "Report: Phillies hire Joe Girardi as their new manager"
The Phillies front office continues to take heat from the horrible press conference, and Fans continue to wait to see just who the next manager will be John Middleton and company have to get this right. Twitter is flooded with “reports” coming out of South Philadelphia. Are the Phillies are going to make Joe Girardi […]Read more "The storm is beginning to settle as Phillies hone in on new manager"
After dismissing ex-manager Gabe Kapler following a brief two-year stint in Philly, the fightin’ Phils are reportedly set to hire their new skipper sometime this week. Approaching two weeks since the job has been vacated, the Phillies’ managerial search is presumably down to three finalists- Buck Showalter, Joe Girardi, and Dusty Baker. Though all three […]Read more "Why Joe Girardi is the perfect candidate to replace Kapler as Phillies Manager"