Projecting Philadelphia Phillies’ Lineup and Starting Rotation in 2019

May 30, 2016

Embed from Getty Images   For the first time in several years, there’s reason for optimism among Philadelphia Phillies fans. New general manager Matt Klentak has the team trending in a positive direction, and a plus-.500 winning percentage in mid-May is stunning, to say the least. The offense hasn’t mustered much, but a young pitching staff shows long-term potential, and there are future stars to be found in the field,…

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5 Free Agents Philadelphia Phillies Should Target This Offseason

November 21, 2015

  The Philadelphia Phillies finally have a light at the end of the tunnel. Despite losing 99 games in 2015, the most in baseball, the Phillies have a replenished farm system, a new manager and a new general manager ready to embark on the slow and difficult process of rebuilding the Phillies into one of the league’s top teams.  It’s really difficult to see a scenario in which the Phillies…

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5 Reasons Why the 2015 Season Has Been Successful for the Phillies

August 27, 2015

  View image | gettyimages.com   The Phillies are the worst team in baseball in 2015. They’ve lost the most games and they possess easily the worst run differential. They have a pitching staff that is worse than some teams’ Triple-A rotations. They’re on their second manager, and that’s not even by choice. And yet, somehow, against all odds, the season has been a major success for the Phillies. Here…

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