In the words of the Phillies’ own Dave Dombrowski, “every offseason is different.” This offseason, a combination of a growing trend of teams wanting to wait players out causing them to settle for a lower contract combined with losses from the pandemic have created a very slow market. Philadelphia has made small splashes while watching […]Read more "The Phillies Just Need to Close on the Realmuto Deal"
With Spring Training right around the corner, we take a look at how Phillies’ catchers compare with the rest of the NL East. As things currently stand, Phillies’ pitchers and catchers are set to report to Clearwater on February 17th, less than a month away. While rosters have yet to be fully furnished this offseason, […]Read more "How do Phillies Catchers Rank against the NL East?"
If a six-year contract gets the JT Realmuto deal done quickly, should the Phillies bite the bullet and make the offer? According to the latest reports, the Phillies have offered JT Realmuto a five-year contract worth around $110 million. Jim Bowden believes the Phillies could get the deal done if they add a sixth year […]Read more "Should the Phillies add a 6th year to their Realmuto contract offer?"
MLB free agency is finally heating up. We have seen some big names finally sign with major league clubs in the recent days. The Phillies have began to make some of the first moves during the Dave Dombrowski era as well. In an attempt to bolster their bullpen, Archie Bradley was signed to a 1 […]Read more "Phillies’ Focus: A J.T. Realmuto Return is on the Horizon"
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 have been connected to several players as of late with the stove heating up. They signed Archie Bradley to sure up the bullpen, but more moves could be on the way. International Free Agents The signing period for IFA’s started on January 15th. So far, the Phillies have signed two prospects. Rickardo Perez […]Read more "Phillies rumor mill: Free agent targets to keep an eye on"
Following the New York Yankees bringing back D.J. LeMahieu on a six-year, $90 million deal on Friday, it is time for the Phillies to re-sign Didi Gregorius. LeMahieu’s contract with the Yankees averages out to a $15 million AAV. LeMahieu was third in the American League MVP results with a 177 OPS+. His .364 batting […]Read more "It’s time for the Phillies to bring back Didi Gregorius"
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?"
This is not a drill. The New York Mets landed Francisco Lindor. At the moment, they can no longer be considered a joke to Phillies fans. Right now, the Phillies are a joke. Without JT Realmuto or relief help, the Phillies are looking at 4th or 5th place. Realmuto would certainly help the Phillies battle […]Read more "Could the Phillies Sign One Of These ‘Met-Killing’ Free Agents?"
Given all of the gaps the Phillies need to fill this offseason, they should sign one of these cheap starting pitchers to fill the 2021 rotation. The Phillies have a lot of holes to fill for the 2021 season. Between fixing the bullpen, center field, re-signing J.T. Realmuto, and figuring out the middle infield, a […]Read more "Could the Phillies Sign One of These Cheap, Veteran Pitchers?"