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?
Martin Prado started the game up with a bang and continued to put on a show as he led the Braves to a series win over the Phillies. Prado jacked two home runs and Brian McCann drove in three runs as the Braves totaled Jamie Moyer en route to a 7-5 win. The Phillies held … Continue reading Prado Blasts Braves Past Phils
It’s kind of ironic that the Phillies held a promotion for children ages 14 and under to give away a Louisville Slugger with Charlie Manuel’s name engraved on the barrel. It seemed as though the bats belonging to the men in pinstripes found their way to the give-away pile as the Phillies only managed three … Continue reading Bats Disappear On Night They’re Given Away
This post will be dedicated to all moves regarding the Phillies’ interests, rumors, signings, and other off season moves that have occurred so far during the winter. Jan. 6: Phillies signed OF Delwyn Young to a minor league contract. Dec. 27: The Phillies signed J.C. Romero to a one-year, $1.1 million contract. Dec. 17: The … Continue reading The Phillies Off Season Tracker
Comcast Sportsnet had a great poll up but they missed one option. The question: what is the cause of the Phillies’ struggles? A. bull pen inconsistency; B. Cole Hamels’ struggles; C. Raul Ibanez’s absence; D. Jimmy Rollins’ struggles. I would love to add: E. All of the above. The Phillies are 4-14 in their last … Continue reading Swept Again