The Philadelphia Phillies have not had a legitimate left-handed starting pitcher in their rotation since trading away Cole Hamels in 2015.
Let's assume for the sake of argument that the 2020 Philadelphia Phillies will be able to count on the top two pitchers in their starting rotation to produce results at levels competitive with any in the game. As the month of May draws to a close and June begins in the coming season, Aaron Nola … Continue reading Phillies pitching X factors or non-factors?
Dwindling free agent pool still includes players to help Phillies
Keuchel is a legitimate option if the Phillies choose to, or are forced to, settle below the top-level free agent arms With the 'Hot Stove' season now open across Major League Baseball, teams have begun the process of trying to upgrade their roster for the 2020 campaign. The Philadelphia Phillies are coming off what … Continue reading Should Phillies pursue a top bat over a top starting pitcher?
The Philadelphia Phillies (58-52) held on for a 3-2 victory over the visiting Chicago White Sox (47-61) on Saturday night at Citizens Bank Park. With that win, the Phillies moved back into a tie with their NL East Division rivals, the Washington Nationals, for the second National League Wildcard spot. The Phillies and Nationals are each six games behind … Continue reading Phillies and White Sox set to battle in Sunday Interleague series finale