RPAC Blogger Preview

I did another questionairre with a blog that got posted today. Justin Evans, a good friend and former teammate on We Hate to Lose, is the owner of Red Pinstripes Are Cooler. He asked myself in a few other bloggers a bunch of questions and posted our answers along with his. Here are my answers to his … Continue reading RPAC Blogger Preview

Crashburn Alley Q & A

So I was featured in Crashburn Alley’s Phillies preview on Friday. I answered all the questions he asked even though two were published along with some predictions. Here are my answers to all of his questions: 1. How concerned are you about Cole Hamels going into 2010? – I’m not concerned at all about Hamels for 2010. He … Continue reading Crashburn Alley Q & A

Mathieson Leads Pack Sent to Minors

Scott Mathieson, along with 13 other players, was sent to the minors. Mathieson hoped to have a chance at making the bull pen for Opening Day. The others sent down were pitchers Phillippe Aumont, Yohan Flande, Drew Naylor, J.C. Ramirez, Jesus Sanchez, Joe Savery and Bill White; catchers Tuffy Gosewisch, Kevin Nelson and John Suomi; shortstop Freddy Galvis; outfielders Quintin … Continue reading Mathieson Leads Pack Sent to Minors

19th?

As some of you saw last week, Sports Illustrated, a once great magazine whose letting-go of Rick Reilly still puzzles me, layed another egg. In Tim Marchman’s rating, they said Ruben Amaro, Jr. was the 19th best GM in all of major league baseball. 19th? NINETEENTH? You have got to be kidding me! Before I completely rip … Continue reading 19th?

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

Phils Beat FSU in First Game

The Phillies beat the Florida State Seminols in their first game of the 2010 season, 13-6. The Phillies scored 13 runs on eight hits but were walked 16 times. J.A. Happ pitched two shut out innings, allowing a hit and striking out one. Phillippe Aumont looked shaky, giving up five runs on two hits and … Continue reading Phils Beat FSU in First Game

Phillies Line Up Tonight

Todd Zolecki reported today the line up that the Phillies will use when the play their first game against Florida State. Charlie Manuel wasn’t kidding when he said he was “gonna go for the jugular, man.” Jimmy Rollins, SS Placido Polanco, 3B Chase Utley, 2B Ryan Howard, 1B Jayson Werth, RF Raul Ibanez, LF Greg Dobbs, DH … Continue reading Phillies Line Up Tonight

Brown, Aumont Crack MLB 50

MLB.com 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.

Manuel Misses Lee; Loses Weight

Uncle Chollie misses Cliff Lee already and wishes the Phillies would have held onto him to team up with Roy Halladay. In a perfect world, we wish it was possible. “Halladay is the best pitcher in baseball right now. Lee is a tad behind him. Of course it would’ve been nice to have both of them,” Manuel said Tuesday. … Continue reading Manuel Misses Lee; Loses Weight

MNG: Phillippe Aumont

Player: Phillippe Aumont Number: — Position: P Bats/Throws: R/R Acquired: acquired along with Tyson Gillies and Juan Ramirez in a trade for Cliff Lee on Dec. 16, 2009. 2009 Stats: none Intangibles: He’s a prospect and has so much potential. I talked a lot about him in the post about the Phillies wanting to turn … Continue reading MNG: Phillippe Aumont