The Phillies bullpen has been depleted by injuries and is down to 1 quality reliever after Seranthony Dominguez left Wednesday’s game with an possible elbow injury. Back on May 15, the Phillies’ bullpen was 7th in the league in ERA. That was with a resurgent Adam Morgan, an average Pat Neshek, and the aforementioned Dominguez. […]Read more "The time is now for Phillies to raid San Francisco’s bullpen"
Utter euphoria has descended upon the Delaware Valley, as the Philadelphia Eagles have captured the franchise’s first Lombardi Trophy. Philadelphia is abuzz with excitement, as we anxiously await the parade that is set to take place down Broad Street in just a few days. With that being said, as one team’s season comes to a […]Read more "Three Phillies Spring Training storylines to watch"
The winter meetings began on Monday, and as we like to say in the baseball world, the stove is getting hot for some teams in the league. For the Angels, Shohei Otani’s signing and subsequent injury news means the stove in Anaheim is catching fire. For the Phillies, the stove will likely be on a […]Read more "All you need to know: Phillies add two key Bullpen arms"
On the last day to make waiver claims for player eligible for the postseason, the far out of the playoff picture Phillies made a move. The team picked up right handed relief pitcher Juan Nicasio after the Pirates placed him on revocable waivers. The Phillies will be on the hook for the remainder of Nicasio’s […]Read more "All you need to know: Phillies Claim RP Juan Nicasio From Pirates"
It’s no secret. The Phillies are the worst team in major league baseball. With 3/4 of the season in the books, the Phillies are hurdling to the first overall pick in next year’s draft. But instead of talking new prospects, maybe it’s time we start free agent signings. The Phillies have money to burn (hopefully they don’t […]Read more "Six free agent signings that make sense for the Phillies"
Yesterday evening, the Phillies finally pulled the trigger on a move that was anticipated since the end of May. All-Star reliever Pat Neshek was traded to the Colorado Rockies for a prospect haul. The Rockies, deeply entrenched in a division battle with the Dodgers and Diamondbacks, felt they needed another arm in the back end […]Read more "Everything you need to know about the three prospects acquired by Phillies in Neshek trade"
The unofficial first half of the season has come to an end, and the American League has claimed supremacy over the National League for the 17th time in 21 games (comparable to just three National League wins and a tie in 2002). With the end of All Star Week, we can now move past the […]Read more "Four things to look forward to in the second half of Phillies season"
Welcome back into this two part piece looking ahead to the 2019 season. I hope you enjoyed Part 1 on the positional players on the Phillies roster. Should they stay or should they go: Which Phillies remain on the roster in 2019? Part 1 Now, it’s time to get to the pitchers. Just like in […]Read more "Should they stay or should they go: Which Phillies remain on the roster in 2019? Part 2"
Here’s the problem when you’re a bad team: everyone knows you’re a bad team. That sounds so rudimentary and almost unnecessary to say, but it has some merit here, just bare with me. The Phillies are currently on pace to lose more than 100 games this season and have very little valuable, and more importantly, […]Read more "The Phillies should cash in on Pat Neshek before it’s too late: A look at potential landing spots"
Before we begin today, I want to throw a disclaimer out that I understand that it’s only June 9. With that being said, let’s talk the All Star Game. This year’s All Star festivities will be in Miami from July 9-11, culminating with the 88th All MLB All Star Game on Tuesday. While we don’t […]Read more "Comparing this year’s potential Phillies All-Stars to those of years prior"