The Phillies have several prospects who are worth paying attention to during spring training this year as they try to make an impression on the team.
PHILADELPHIA — Tommy Joseph’s spot in the Phillies plans is a lot different now than it was this time last year. He wasn’t even on the club’s 40-man roster in the beginning of 2016.
In 10 weeks, the Phillies will board a plane home from Clearwater, Fla., before flying to Cincinnati to start the 2017 season. That means there is plenty of time for things to change, but here is an early guess at… Continue Reading
Phillies fans, you will be able to watch all of your team’s games on a live stream on CSNPhilly.com during the 2017 season. The live streaming service will be available at no additional cost to authenticated CSN Philadelphia and TCN… Continue Reading
People often ask Pete Mackanin how his winter is going, and the Phillies manager said he usually answers the same way. “I mostly try to relax and play golf,” Mackanin said.
Maybe Curt Schilling was right. Maybe his outspoken and shrill support of Donald Trump did cost him election to baseball’s Hall of Fame.
Few teams understand exactly where they are in their contention cycle more than the Phillies. They proved as much yesterday, reportedly agreeing to a one-year deal with free-agent outfielder Michael Saunders. While Saunders isn’t the best player remaining on the… Continue Reading
At some point in the next 33 days, the Phillies will need to answer an existential question: What kind of team do we think we can be?
Phillies president Andy Macphail added plenty of weight to recent rumors about adding a bat, saying the team is specifically searching for a left-handed one.
Speculation is that the Philadelphia Phillies would like to add another veteran outfield bat, but is that really the right move at this time?