Well it looks like some of the key parts to both World Series runs have found new homes this offseason. After Chris Coste went to the Mets, Pedro Feliz to Houston, and Scott Eyre retired, the Phillies saw two more guys leave for not-so-greener pastures.
Brett Myers just signed with the Houston Astros today, another former Phillie Ed Wade decided to collect. In eight seasons with the Phillies, Myers was 73-63 with a 4.40 ERA and 21 saves. He was hurt most of last year which led to the Phillies not signing him back.
Also a few days ago, Clay Condrey found a new home in Minnesota. Condrey was one of the players I was upset the Phillies didn’t bring back. In four years, Condrey was 16-8, with a 3.65 ERA in 189.2 IP. He was very solid in his stint with the Phillies.