The Phillies got to work on their off-season plans even before the regular season was even over. The first casualties were coaches Joe Dillon and Juan Castro. Dillon served as the team’s hitting coach and Castro, who formerly played for the Phillies, was the club’s infield instructor. “I think they worked extremely hard, but we […]
With the Double-A season ended and the Triple-A season having 10 games remaining in what they call their “Final Stretch,” the Phillies made a series of roster moves involving primarily the Lehigh Valley IronPigs and Reading Fightins. Here’s the full list. OF Charlie Tilson (LV) and INF T.J. Rivera (LV) placed on the Developmental List. […]
Adonis Medina spent 24 days on the IL last month before returning to the IronPigs rotation on July 27. He continued his return Tuesday night against Buffalo with another strong outing. In his first outing last month, Medina allowed one hit and struck out three over two innings of work, needing just 25 pitches to […]
In his debut season, Johan Quezada made just three relief appearances with the Marlins. The first two – including his career debut with one shutout innings against the Phillies – went well.
This has been a tough week for players – primarily relievers – on the Phillies 40-man roster. With six relievers either declaring for free agency or being outrighted over the past couple of days, the exodus continued today.
The Phillies are in the very early stages of reshaping their beleaguered bullpen and made two moves to take relievers off of the 40-man roster. Heath Hembree and Adam Morgan were both outrighted.
Admit it, you were hoping that there would be some last minute announcement that J.T. Realmuto was re-signing with the Phillies rather than enter free agency.
With the Phillies bullpen being historically bad in 2020, it’s not a good time for Jim Gott to have his contract expire. The Phillies have declined to re-sign Gott, who had served as the Phillies bullpen coach for three seasons.
Following another sub-par season, Matt Klentak yielded the reins of the Phillies GM job after five seasons.
J.T. Realmuto lost his arbitration case, but still wound up with the highest arbitration award for a catcher, getting $10-million for the 2020 season.