As his fourth consecutive Opening Day start approaches, Aaron Nola is among the best starting pitchers in baseball, yet fans don’t realize it. Assuming all goes according to plan, Aaron Nola is set to start his fourth consecutive Opening Day for the Philadelphia Phillies. Nola will do so in front of 8,800 fans and will […]Read more "Phillies’ Aaron Nola is One of the Best Starting Pitchers in Baseball"
Ah, Phillies’ baseball is back! Today, there will be a baseball game- and fans will be there! Today at 1 PM, the Phillies will open up their Spring Training opener. The team will head to Lakeland, Florida, and take Publix Field at Joker Marchant Stadium. First Pitch is slated for 1:05 in the sunshine state. […]Read more "Phillies’ Spring Training: What to Watch For in Opener"
Former Phillies pitching coach Rich Dubee is back in the game of baseball. The Saugerties Stallions, a baseball club that is affiliated with the Perfect Game Collegiate Baseball League, announced Wednesday afternoon Dubee will be serving as the team’s pitching coach for the 2021 season. The 63-year-old baseball coach was initially going to serve as […]Read more "Former Phillies pitching coach Rich Dubee lands new baseball gig"
Things haven’t always gone swimmingly for first baseman Rhys Hoskins in his young MLB career. After tearing up the minor leagues, the hard-hitting infielder took the league by storm as a rookie. En route to a fourth-place Rookie of the Year finish, Hoskins mashed 18 home runs and recorded 48 RBIs in just 50 games(!) […]Read more "Phillies will be hoping that the best is yet to come for Rhys Hoskins"
The day is finally upon us. Pitchers and catchers are reporting to Spectrum Field in Clearwater as Spring Training 2021 officially begins. While we here in Pennsylvania prepare for yet another snow storm, the Phillies are preparing for their return to Citizens Bank Park. Perhaps the most important position to watch during Spring Training this […]Read more "Which Phillies Centerfielder Will Win the Starting Role?"
The cold, harsh winter is nearly over, and with its departure comes the return of baseball season. Just as quickly as it left us in October, the national pastime is back yet again. For the Phillies, it’s time for redemption. Eager to put a lackluster third-place finish and up-and-down 2020 season behind them, the Phils […]Read more "Ten Phillies storylines to follow as training camp kicks off"
Jared Hughes, the 35-year old reliever has announced that he is retiring from baseball. Hughes appeared in 25 games for the Phillies in 2019. After a long ten year career in the big leagues, Hughes will finish his lengthy time in the MLB with a 2.96 career earned run average. Hughes took to Instagram on […]Read more "Phillies’ Alumni: Former Relief Pitcher Jared Hughes retires"
Entering the third year of his contract with the Phillies, Andrew McCutchen has had a touch-and-go experience playing ball in Philadelphia. With a combination of humor, leadership, and experience, Cutch is beloved by fans and teammates alike. The main issues arises in the fact that, due to his torn ACL in 2019, he not only […]Read more "Should the Phillies Look to Trade Andrew McCutchen at the Deadline?"
The Phillies still could use some help in their pitching staff, despite a couple of signings already. Could they give Taijuan Walker a look ahead of Spring training? Eager to stay under the luxury tax, the Phillies have taken a somewhat unorthodox approach to improve their starting rotation. Antonymous to their usually affluent, big-market nature, […]Read more "Phillies Rumors: Should Philly Give Taijuan Walker a Look?"
As the Phillies are set to kick off Spring Training this week, the team looks a lot better than they had last year. With a better bullpen, a new GM, and some returning veterans, the 2021 season is set to be a brighter one than year’s past. Today we’re going to look back at some […]Read more "The 2020 Phillies’ Roster…but as Taylor Swift Songs"