Final Phillies June Record (12-12) It’s symbolic that the Phillies would end their month with rain against a bunch of fish. I remember when the month got off to a hot start. The Phightin’s opened June by jumping all over the Cincinnati Reds with seven home runs in a 17-3 victory. They followed that up […]Read more "What happened to the Phillies in the month of June?"
Former Phillies first round pick, Bryson Stott, is getting some well-deserved recognition. He becomes the latest Phillies prospect to be named to the Futures game, which runs in conjunction with the All-Star game every year. This year’s event will be held at Coors Field on July 11th. Designed to showcase the finest young talent brewing […]Read more "Bryson Stott is heading to the All-Star Futures Game"
The groin of Phillies SS Jean Segura just couldn’t wait to get back to the East Coast. Potentially on the way to his third career All-Star bid, Segura awkwardly met his maker as he busted down the line to first. That’s how it always happens, though; an injury inflicted on a play ultimately inconsequential to […]Read more "Four Phillies who could step up in place of Jean Segura"
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"
In a shocking turn of events, the Phillies announced that they have recalled Odubel Herrera on Monday. Herrera, 29, will be the starting centerfielder tonight, batting seventh as the Phillies face the Cardinals. Herrera will make his first major league appearance in nearly two years following his domestic abuse case in May 2019. The outfielder […]Read more "Was Odubel Herrera the Phillies’ Last Remaining Option in Centerfield?"
Following injuries to both of their starting middle infielders, the Phillies recalled prospect Nick Maton to make his major-league debut on Tuesday. Didi Gregorius missed the entirety of the Giants’ series due to inflammation in his throwing elbow. Jean Segura, meanwhile, has a strained right quadricep and has gone to the 10-day Injured List. To […]Read more "Nick Maton is Making Good Impressions in His First Big League Stretch"
The Phillies are coming off of a tough loss to the San Francisco Giants and go into their second game of the series with a very different looking lineup. Here’s all you need to know. Jean Segura is out after picking up an injury in last night’s loss. A right quad strain has placed him […]Read more "Phillies news roundup: Multiple injury updates and two roster moves"
The Phillies appear to have run into their first major hurdle of what was always going to be a very different season. The team announced on Monday afternoon that they’re placing three players on the COVID list along with two more coaches. There are now five coaches on the list. The players in question are […]Read more "Two Phillies prospects set to make major league debuts due to COVID setbacks"
Sure, the Phillies’ centerfield position is a problem, Matt Moore has been abysmal thus far, and the everyday hitters have been streaky but look past all of that. Who is going to come off the bench and get a clutch hit late in the game against a left-handed pitcher? Andrew Knapp is a better left-handed […]Read more "Three Options the Phillies Could Look At To Bolster Their Hitting Depth"
It hasn’t been a secret. The Phillies’ center field duo of Roman Quinn and Adam Haseley has not been working. Quinn has just 1 hit in 17 at bats and Haseley has hit just .190. Their performance has forced the Phillies’ hand into calling up their first number 1 overall pick since Pat Burrell, Mickey […]Read more "Instant analysis: Phillies call up top draft pick Mickey Moniak"