Trea Turner would be the best fit for the Phillies when considering his actual value as a ballplayer and factoring in a likely smooth transition into what is a great current clubhouse chemistry mix. He would appear, at this point, to be the perfect match.
Phillies make improbable run to NL pennant
The Phillies, who slipped into the final National League Wildcard postseason berth during the closing days of the regular season, have run though a trio of series as underdogs to capture the eighth NL pennant in franchise history.
Mariners, Phillies push to end long postseason droughts
Should either the Mariners or Phillies play poorly over these final three weeks and end up once again missing postseason play it will be considered a major collapse.
See you in September, Aaron Nola
Philadelphia Phillies starting pitcher Aaron Nola is an ace ready to prove it in September. Nola is an ace because he not only can pitch well against good teams, but has proven it by actually doing it. The Phillies righty is not only worthy of a big contract extension as a true ace, but the team needs him fronting their rotation over the next half-dozen years.
1980 Philadelphia Phillies: memorable and beloved
To say that the 1980 Philadelphia Phillies will always be remembered is an obvious statement. But that team is more than just memorable to those of us who lived the experience. For my Pop, who passed away in the summer of 1992 at age 83, and myself, and tens of thousands like us who are still around, those Phillies will always be beloved.