The Phillies added two more veteran relievers on minor league contracts, adding to the competition for bullpen spots in spring training.
Drew Storen saved a career-high 43 games with Washington, but that was in 2011. The Phillies signed him to a minor league contract, hoping he can return to some semblance of that form.
Andy Tracy was a fan favorite in his three seasons with Lehigh Valley. Now, he’s managing Triple-A Columbus.
The Phillies added some insurance at the backup catcher spot by signing a former top prospect.
Two former Phillies found new teams to call their own for the 2020 season.
The Phillies made a flurry of minor moves just prior to and after the Winter Meetings ended.
Didi Gregorius reset his sights to get a one-year contract to rebuild his offensive numbers and the plan worked. The Phillies bit on a one-year deal with the 29-year old shortstop.
The rumors of the Phillies interest in Zack Wheeler proved true. The 29-year old signed a five-year, $118-million deal with the Phillies Wednesday.
Knowing that they need improvements in their bullpen, the Phillies made another waiver claim that may provide a piece of the puzzle. The Red Sox placed Trevor Kelley on waivers and the Phillies jumped to claim the 26-year old sidewinder, who made his MLB debut last July with Boston. After putting up good Triple-A numbers, […]
The Phillies and catcher Andrew Knapp have agreed on a one-year deal worth $700-thousand to avoid arbitration.