It’s no secret that the Phillies have an interest in dealing Jonathan Papelbon. There have been various rumors, but one that keeps poking its head up would have him wind up back in the American League East, where his career started. Continue reading Is Papelbon headed back to the AL East?
Aaron Nola, the Phillies top pick in last summer’s draft, got a one-day pass from minor league camp to pitch for the Phillies in Clearwater on Friday. After some early jitters, the talented right-hander went on to have an impressive outing. Continue reading Nola looks good in Phillies cameo
Whether you want to call him the second best Phillies prospect or the best pitching prospect in the Phillies organization, the fact is that Aaron Nola figures to be in the Phillies rotation in the near future and is likely to be there for a long time. Continue reading Phillies Prospect #2: Aaron Nola
Mitchell and Ness, who have cornered the market on throwback jerseys from every sport, recently put out a map detailing which jersey is the biggest seller in each state. Some of the results were surprising, with one former Phillies pitcher and the current Phillies manager as tops in states that make no sense. Continue reading Carlton, Sandberg among most popular throwbacks
News broke this week that the Phillies are shopping around for some help. Apparently not happy with their choices for a backup catcher, the Phillies could be looking at options outside of the organization, but is that really necessary? Continue reading Help wanted: Backup catcher?
Had things gone perfectly, Maikel Franco might be a member of the Philadelphia Phillies to open the season. Of course, things rarely go perfectly and Franco will be back at Triple-A Lehigh Valley to open the season. Continue reading Phillies Prospect #3: Maikel Franco
Severino Gonzalez put together three strong innings against the Braves Tuesday in Orlando. The spring training cameo may have been a tipping point in deciding where he’ll open the season. Continue reading Gonzalez boosts his chances to open at Triple-A
For a while, it looked like Roman Quinn was the Phillies shortstop of the future; that is until J.P. Crawford came along. So, the Phillies and Quinn changed course and now, he’s their center fielder of the future. Continue reading Phillies Prospect #4: Roman Quinn