The Philadelphia Phillies are a frustrating franchise. J.T. Realmuto is more likely than not hitting free agency and not returning to Philadelphia. Jean Segura is on the trading block now. And do you want to know the best part? They’re making all of these decisions without a general manager, as they still haven’t hired someone […]Read more "Phillies lock up some depth ahead of the non-tender deadline"
The Philadelphia Phillies have been two completely different teams all in one this season. After a dreaded start to the season, the Phillies rattled off four straight wins, before losing the back half of a quick two game series against the Boston Red Sox. Despite the constant struggle of that bullpen, the Phillies bats have […]Read more "Phillies look to keep their hot bats Against Blue Jays"
To begin this season, we’ve seen the Phillies struggle. And by struggle, they struggled bad. Their bullpen has been atrocious, leading to Joe Girardi having to try a bunch of different options. Again, all of which were simply just bad. However, the relievers have been starting to perform at a slightly less historically bad rate. […]Read more "Phillies’ bats, led by a goose, are red hot to start the season"
There are three guarantees in life: death, taxes, and the Phillies dropping a series to the Marlins to begin an underwhelming season. From there, things have not really gotten much better. The Phillies are coming off of a devastating, and incredibly embarrassing, series sweep of the Baltimore Orioles. In that series, the Phillies had multiple […]Read more "Phillies look to bounce back against Mets: Series Preview"
For the first time in what felt like forever, we had REAL Phillies baseball yesterday. Roughly 120 days removed from their scheduled season opener, the Phillies made their season debut against the Miami Marlins. Usually, teams all across the MLB would be knee-deep in trade rumors as teams looked to shore up any weaknesses for […]Read more "Biggest Takeaways from Phillies Opening Day"
When the owners and players’ association agreed on a 60-game season, there were no expanded players. Here, on the first day of the season, the association and MLB have agreed to a whole new playoff format. Instead of 10 teams, there will now be 16. Just for this season, over half of MLB’s 30 teams […]Read more "What MLB playoff expansion means for the Phillies"
This year’s MLB season will be unlike any other year. With the shortened 60 game season, the landscape of baseball has shifted from the marathon that we know to a 100-meter sprint. Each game will carry more weight and teams cannot afford to have a slow start. While for the most part, I do not […]Read more "PSN Picks The MLB Season: Sean’s Picks"
In a report published by variety.com, it was announced that Philadelphia 76ers’ owner Josh Harris was exploring the possibility of purchasing the New York Mets. Already the part-owner of both the Sixers and the New Jersey Devils, Harris is looking to expand his network of east coast teams even further. The Mets have been in […]Read more "Sixers owner looking to purchase New York Mets?"
The 2010 season held some truly amazing moments for the Phillies. In December of 2009, the Phillies made a trade for one of the top pitchers in all of baseball. Roy Halladay was a Philadelphia Phillie. Five of Halladay’s first eleven starts would be complete games. It would be his 11th start that set the […]Read more "The 2010 Phillies almost featured a rotation with 2 Hall of Famers"
The Phillies’ losing streak continued on Wednesday when it reached four games in a disappointing 6-1 loss to the New York Mets. The Mets completed the series sweep and took their impressive record against the Phillies to 15 wins out of their last 19 meetings. The Phils’ starting pitchers David Buchanan and Jerome Williams combined allowed 19 hits and […]Read more "Phillies losing streak up to four after Mets series sweep"