MNG: Danys Baez

Player: Danys Baez Number: 55 Position: RP Bats/Throws: R/R Acquired: signed a two-year deal worth $5.25 million in early January. 2009 Stats: (w/ Baltimore) 4-6, 59 games, 71.2 IP, 40 K, 4.02 ERA, 1.13 WHIP Intangibles: He’s the veteran arm the Phillies needed when Scott Eyre retired. The 32-year old came off of his best … Continue reading MNG: Danys Baez

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Former Phils on the Move

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 … Continue reading Former Phils on the Move

Phillies sign Baez

  Danys Baez is a physical away from being a Phillie, according to Todd Zolecki. And according to Dave Murphy, it’s a two-year, $5.25 million deal. Like I said in the other post, this is a good move for the Phillies, who were in need of a veteran reliever. He was 4-6 last year with … Continue reading Phillies sign Baez

Bozied and Baez

Bozied and Baez: sounds like a bad comedy routine from the 50’s. Well this duo is Tagg Bozied, a firt baseman, and Danys Baez, a reliever. Reports all over Twitter have said the Phillies signed the Bozied, a once highly regarded prospect with the Padres who suffered a torn tendon in his knee. He was in the Pirates’ Triple-A club last season where he … Continue reading Bozied and Baez

Off Season News 12/9

Some of this is a little old and that’s mainly due to my lack of time and each  thing not being worth its own post. First off is yesterday’s news which has two items. First is the fact that the Phillies are no closer to signing Chan Ho Park or Scott Eyre. Ruben Amaro on … Continue reading Off Season News 12/9

PRC: Sergio Escalona

Player: Sergio EscalonaNumber: 53Position: RPBats/Throws: L/L Consistency: Escalona only saw action in 14 games. He was mainly used as a fill-in when players like Scott Eyre and Brad Lidge went down with injuries. He also replaced Kyle Kendrick when he proved to be useless in the beginning of the season. In his short stints up, … Continue reading PRC: Sergio Escalona

More On Eligible Phillies

Our friendly Phillies writer for MLB.com, Todd Zolecki, has tweeted a few more updates on a few more players that are free agents. The Phillies have contacted Chan Ho Park’s agent about being re-signed. He was one of their best relievers this year and I fully support this move. Scott Eyre also verbally commented that … Continue reading More On Eligible Phillies

9th Inning Heroics Send Phils to NLCS

Vengeance: as cold as the Rocky Mountains. The Phillies showed why they are the best come-from-behind team in the majors last night in their 5-4 win over the Rockies, lifting them into an NLCS rematch versus the Los Angeles Dodgers. Cliff Lee was once again stellar in his second start in the playoffs, going 7.1 … Continue reading 9th Inning Heroics Send Phils to NLCS