This week, we round the bases and find some former Phillies getting new jobs, potential free agent targets for the Phillies and more on Joe Girardi. Plus, a look at the week ahead.
It’s not out of the question that manager Joe Girardi will turn to a former Phillies hitting coach to join his staff.
The Phillies have made no secret of the fact that they’re looking for a manager with plenty of major league experience. Among the three they’re considering, one stands out.
You have to wonder just why John Middleton has handed the reins of finding a new manager back to Matt Klentak.
Finding the right mix for the bench might not be the sexiest part of fixing the Phillies, but it’s important nonetheless.
Connor Seabold started “messing around” with his change-up while he was on the IL. The results have been impressive for the 23-year old right-hander.
There’s likely only room for Corey Dickerson or Adam Haseley on next year’s Phillies roster, but it wouldn’t hurt to have both.
It’s never too early to start prognosticating about what the 2020 rosters may look like.
Instead of looking at a Phillies loss with rose-colored glasses, manager Gabe Kapler finally spoke of a Phillies loss in the way it deserved.
The Phillies need rotation help but it’s not likely to come from righty Jerad Eickhoff, who continues to rehab from biceps tendinitis.