Look what the media and the fans in Philadelphia created: a God-like atmosphere surrounding not just the team but the starting rotation. Baseball fans all over the country expect to see the Phillies starters to go 20-5 each with sub-2.50 ERA’s and seven innings each. This is why I laughed at some of the reactions … Continue reading The inevitable bad start
Cole Hamels is more than just a #4 starter on in this rotation. He was sharp and efficient as he was able to get four innings of stellar pitching in before he gave way to the bull pen in the Phillies 2-0 win today against the Red Sox Hamels left the game with a 2-0 … Continue reading Hamels is fantastic
With Jayson Werth signing a mega deal with the Washington Nationals, the Phillies now have to weigh their options in right field. They could platoon a combination of Domonic Brown and Ben Francisco. However it is very likely that they look at external options to replace Werth. There are a few ideal names that would … Continue reading Where Do The Phillies Go From Here?
So the fun begins. With a handful of big-name free agents set to test the waters after the season concludes, I couldn’t help but wonder: Where will they land next year? Or will they stay put in their home town? It’s already been said that Tampa Bay doubts they could hold onto Carlos Pena, Carl … Continue reading Will They Stay or Will They Go?