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.
Sure, the 2020 season just ended for the Philadelphia Phillies less than 24 hours ago. And yes, there are many questions to be answered over the coming off-season in regards to a number of positions. But it's not too early to examine what we can be fairly certain about next year.
The Bell "10 Questions With ...." series continues with 94.1 SportsRadio WIP evening show host Joe Giglio participating in a Philadelphia Phillies Q&A session.
Gabe Kapler was fired after two seasons as Phillies manager On Friday, October 11, 2019, less than two weeks after their once promising season came to an end with a final disheartening defeat that left the club without a winning record for an eighth consecutive season, the Philadelphia Phillies held a press conference. The … Continue reading Phillies owner John Middleton shows he is clearly not “a potted plant”
Kapler was let go after two seasons as the Philadelphia Phillies manager Under tremendous fire from their fan base after a disappointing 2019 season, the Philadelphia Phillies had to make some type of change at the management level. Today, that change was announced. The Phillies have fired manager Gabe Kapler after two seasons as … Continue reading With Gabe Kapler out, what’s next for the Phillies?