Aumont Looks Good in Encore Performance

Yohan Flande had a rough 10th inning as the Ray beat the Phillies 5-3. He allowed the eventual game winning runs in the 10th, bringing his final line to two runs on six hits in two innings. Phillippe Aumont knows he had a rough outing in his first appearance as a Phillie last week against Florida State. Spring Training is used to … Continue reading Aumont Looks Good in Encore Performance

Blanton Shelled in Tie

Joe Blanton got shelled in his first spring training start but the rest of the bull pen pitchers stood pat as the Phillies and Pirates finished in a 3-3 tie in 10 innings. Blanton gave up three runs on five hits, no walks, and two strike outs in his two innings of work. Of the relief guys, Mike Zagurski gathered … Continue reading Blanton Shelled in Tie

Friday Tweet-Off

Seeing as last week’s inaugural Tweet-off went well, I asked five more Phillies fans five new questions and got some great responses. Here they are: Who will be the Phillies MVP off the bench this year and why? @LONG_DRIVE: I think Dobbs. I think he’ll return to where he was at in ’08 and give … Continue reading Friday Tweet-Off

Brown, Aumont Crack MLB 50 released their Top 50 prospects of 2010 and the Phillies own outfielder Domonic Brown and pitcher Phillippe Aumont cracked the list with Brown at 14 and Aumont at 47. Shockingly pithing phenom Stephen Strasburg of the Nationals is second on the list and not first. That honor goes to outfielder Jason Heyward of Atlanta.

Ruiz Last Starter to Sign

The Phillies locked up their catcher for the next three years as Carlos Ruiz and Phils agree to a three-year, $9 million deal pending a physical. The 31-year old became the third player to avoid arbitration after Shane Victorino and Joe Blanton were both signed to three-year deals. Chooch hit .255 with nine home runs and 43 RBI’s … Continue reading Ruiz Last Starter to Sign

Phillies Get Halladay in 3-Way Deal

12/16/09 3:10 pm – It’s official!: According to sources, the Phillies will hold a news conference at 5 p.m. to officially announce that they have acquired pitcher Roy Halladay from the Toronto Blue Jays and extended his contract through the 2013 season. 2:52 pm – Zolecki: Phillies officially announce that Cliff Lee has been traded … Continue reading Phillies Get Halladay in 3-Way Deal

Halladay Sweepstakes

So what is Roy Halladay worth to me? If I was Ruben Amaro, what would I be willing to give up to obtain an amazing pitcher like Halladay? Well I have a few different packages I would like to send to Toronto in exchange for Doc. I was discussing this with my friend Justin Evans of … Continue reading Halladay Sweepstakes

Trapped Between A Doc and a Hard Place

For the past few weeks, Phillies fans’ heads have been ready to explode with determining whether or not Roy Halladay would be worth the sacrifice of JA Happ. Halladay made himself more expensive, going a complete game versus Boston yesterday and improving to 11-3. Happ is making it harder to give up as he went … Continue reading Trapped Between A Doc and a Hard Place

Jays Shopping Halladay

The thin market for pitchers just got thicker. Though I could see Halladay moving fall through, there will be a long line of teams with offers interested in former Cy Young pitcher. The Phillies will be one of those teams. I will show the Philly Inquirer article written by David Murphy with the details and … Continue reading Jays Shopping Halladay