Can the Phillies expect much from Andrew McCutchen in 2020?

Can the Philadelphia Phillies expect much from Andrew McCutchen in 2020?

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Predicting the Phillies Opening Day Roster

Club management with the Philadelphia Phillies, itself the object of much change, has spent the past couple of years shaping the organizational talent for the future.Some of that young talent has already reached the big leagues. This is most especially true on the pitching staff.In the everyday lineup, the very best prospects in the Phillies system are … Continue reading Predicting the Phillies Opening Day Roster

Philadelphia Phillies 2016 Grades: Outfielders

There is probably a wide swath of the larger Philadelphia sports fan base who were not paying much attention to the Phillies during the month of September.Unless you are, like myself, one of the hard cores who follows closely year ’round no matter the circumstances, you missed something significant and exciting.That exciting and significant development … Continue reading Philadelphia Phillies 2016 Grades: Outfielders

Phillies Closing August in Poor Shape

Following Tuesday night's 3-2 defeat at the hands of the NL East rival Washington Nationals, the Phillies have played the schedule to a 12-13 record during the month of August.While that might now seem like too bad a mark, a look at the club's recent play and some of the mitigating circumstances shows that they … Continue reading Phillies Closing August in Poor Shape

Realistic Expectations for Phillies Summer of 2016

From Saturday, April 9th when the Phillies registered their first victory of the 2016 season behind a stellar outing from Vincent Velasquez through Saturday, May 14th when Aaron Nola beat the Cincinnati Reds, the Phils registered a phenomenal 22-11 record.That stretch of .667 baseball left the club tied for first place in the National League East Division for a few heady … Continue reading Realistic Expectations for Phillies Summer of 2016