Two former Phillies coaches have found new jobs with other major league teams.
The Phillies outrighted five players and declined team options on three others to get their roster under the 40-man limit.
Three Phillies were up for Gold Glove Awards, but J.T. Realmuto was the only one to win the honor.
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 made a number of roster moves including reinstating Odubel Herrera from the Restricted List.
The Phillies have reportedly lost infield coach Bobby Dickerson to the Padres where he will serve as Jayce Tingler’s bench coach.
The Phillies will be spending a lot of time looking for bullpen help this offseason. The first move came in the form of a waiver claim of a hard-throwing right-hander.
The Phillies filled one of two key spots on their coaching staff for 2020 with the hiring of former Reds manager Bryan Price to be their pitching coach.
The Phillies exposed new manager Joe Girardi to the Philadelphia media on Monday and the new guy came across very well.