A week after the resignation of ex-general manager Matt Klentak, the Phillies front office may be set to undergo more change up top. Phillies president Andy MacPhail, 68, has fancied retirement lately and the franchise would prefer to vacate his position in the near future, according to insider Scott Lauber of the Philadelphia Inquirer. Per […]Read more "Phillies Reportedly Not Done Overhauling Front Office"
This was what I expected out of Klentak. The Phillies added depth players throughout the season and the trade deadline was not different. In the end, Corey Dickerson was traded for cash and a player to be named later. The 30-year-old outfielder is a rental player, meaning his contract expires at the end of this […]Read more "Klentak finalizes Phillies’ roster at the trade deadline, but is it enough?"
Nearly two months since the start of the MLB Free Agency period, the Phillies find themselves with a plethora of incomplete tasks on their lengthy offseason to-do list. The promises of calculated aggression and “stupid spending’ from the front office have yet to come to fruition. Quite frankly, the lofty, awe-inspiring offseason expectations seem more like […]Read more "Phillies Offseason Plans Plagued by Lack of Financial Creativity"