The Phillies are set to face the Washington Nationals for the first time this season tomorrow as they travel to the Beltway for a three-game set. Monday was the first off-day for the Phillies since April 22nd. Over the 17-day stretch of games, the Phillies went 9-8 including a four-game sweep over the Brewers. The […]Read more "Phillies and Nationals Renew their Rivalry in the Beltway"
Since Joe Girardi was hired by the Phillies, has he lived up to your expectations? Has he done enough to get an extension? I am sure that we all remember the Phillies manager before Joe Girardi, as many fans did not connect with his style of coaching. For those that do not know, his name […]Read more "Has Phillies’ Manager Joe Girardi Been As Good As Advertised?"
The Philadelphia Phillies are one of the weirdest teams in baseball. The Phillies played what felt like Little League type of play on Sunday Night Baseball against the Mets last week. Then, all of the sudden, they swept the Milwaukee Brewers without some of their routine starters. Gotta love baseball, am I right? Phillies Vs. […]Read more "Coming off a Sweep, the Phillies Kick Off a Series Vs. the Atlanta Braves"
Wow, what a weird weekend of Phillies’ baseball, right? Phillies vs. Mets Recap The constant back-and-forth of wins and losses came to an end this weekend. The Phillies picked up an obsolete win on Friday night over the New York Mets. Here, the Phillies scored their only two runs on a strikeout. Chase Anderson struck […]Read more "Phillies Roundup: A Weird Weekend, Suspensions, and the Brewers in Town"
For most MLB teams, the season is officially (well, as official as it can get without splitting hairs and breaking down a half of a game) a quarter of the way through. First, and wildly off topic, that is amazing that the season is already 40 games in. But second, and significantly more importantly, the […]Read more "First Quarter MLB Report: Contenders & Pretenders"
Moments ago, the hallowed halls of an old, brick building in a small town known as Cooperstown in upstate New York opened its doors to include four new members into immortality. The National Baseball Hall of Fame, based on the voting recommendations of the Baseball Writers Association of America, inducted long-time Braves’ third baseman Chipper […]Read more "Instant Analysis: Former Phillies star among four players inducted into Baseball HoF"