If the Phillies succeed in bringing back the top catcher in the game, then the ball club can look towards another shot at contending in 2021. If that effort fails, the questions will only become greater as the winter moves along.
There is no way to overlook the fact that the Phillies have their work cut out for them this off-season. Strap in for the long haul on this one, boys and girls. It promises to be a wild ride.
Aaron Nola, the Phillies' ace, takes the mound at 3:10 pm. It may be too late for the team already. But right now he represents a last gasp for the Phillies to get into the playoffs.
Four of the players who start nearly every day for the Philadelphia Phillies are doing little to nothing at all with nearly 20% of the 60 game schedule gone.
The Philadelphia Phillies season was delayed by COVID19, and then delayed again by...COVID19. They finally resumed this week against the New York Yankees.