If anyone needs some fake awards, it’s the 2021 Philadelphia Phillies. It’s been less than inspiring thus far, so Kyle Fisher and I thought we’d get together and cheer (some) of our favorite Phillies up. Don’t let consecutive walk-offs fool you: the bullpen’s been a nightmare again, their run differential sits at -13, and Didi […]Read more "Phillies’ Team Award Winners Through the First Sixty Games"
In a roster of 26 men, sometimes players get lost in plain view. For example, you’d be forgiven if you forgot that Chase Anderson was still on the team. Did you forget about Matt Joyce? No problem. There is one player that everyone keeps forgetting about and they really shouldn’t be. That man is Ranger […]Read more "Why is nobody talking about Ranger Suarez when it comes to the Phillies?"
What did the best week of your life look like? Did you welcome a child into the world? Was it your big wedding day? Was it a trip you’ll never forget or even perhaps a wild party? Well, Luke Williams has you beat. He started off playing for Team USA in the Olympic qualifiers and […]Read more "Luke Williams takes Olympic Success into the Major Leagues"
The summer is truly starting to heat up as the Philadelphia Phillies welcome the Atlanta Braves to town for a inter-divisional battle. After winning the weekend series against the Washington Nationals, the Phillies are hoping to continue their momentum with their big horses – Aaron Nola, Zack Wheeler, and Zach Eflin – set to pitch […]Read more "Two Frustrated Teams: Phillies welcome Braves for three game set"
The Philadelphia Phillies continue eagerly awaiting the emergence of touted pitching prospect Spencer Howard. Stop me if that sounds familiar. Phillies’ nation is all too familiar with the sentiment. Well, the time is neigh, young man, because the Phillies yet again find themselves in the depths of pitching hell. Not quite as bad as last […]Read more "The Phillies Need Some Dark Magic From Spencer Howard"
The Phillies are returning home to Citizen Bank Park after what was supposed to be a nine (thanks rain) game road trip. They closed said road trip and the series against the Reds with an offensive explosion, winning 17-3, but finished the trip going 3-5. With their record now sitting at 26-29 overall, the Phillies […]Read more "Phillies Host the Nationals to Kick Off Another Home Stand"
The Phillies have experienced a weird and whacky schedule as of late to say the least. With rainouts and obscurely placed days off, the rotation is not in much of a normal rythym right now as they enter a weekend series at home against the Nationals. What we saw from the Phillies last week Last […]Read more "How an odd Phillies schedule impacts the pitching rotation"
Bryson Stott started his 2021 season off with a bang! Stott played 22 games with the Jersey Shore Blue Claws. He slashed .288/.453/.548 along with 5 home runs and 22 walks. In High-A ball, he has stayed to his description of being able to hit to all fields while having an advanced approach at the […]Read more "Bryson Stott is one step closer to making the Major League jump"
The Phillies will leave Cincinnati with a two-game split as today’s 12:35 p.m. game has been postponed due to rain. The game will be made up on Monday, June 28th. Following an 11-1 loss on Monday, the Phillies rose to the occasion on Tuesday, winning by a score of 17-3. A Dreadful Downful for the […]Read more "Phillies’ Momentum Comes to a Grinding Halt Following Reds Rainout"
The Phillies are coming off a somewhat decent series against the Marlins. Despite blowing multiple leads in the eighth inning, Philadelphia managed to overcome their track record against Miami to split the road series. Now sitting at a record of 25-26, the Phillies have a chance to eclipse the .500 mark again this season. However, […]Read more "J.T. Realmuto Returns as the Phillies Take on the Red Hot Rays"