Category Archives: September

Several of the Lowest Paid Players Are the Only Phillies Who Finished Strong in the 2020 Season

Having been on the scene for so many games played in Clearwater over the last nine years, we constantly heard “finish strong” as the mantra. It’s essential for the young prospects to leave a good impression at the end of … Continue reading

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The Big “B’s”, Bryce, Bohm and Brogdon Standout As Phillies Season Is Coming to a Frustrating End

Another three-run lead is blown by a mostly ineffective bullpen. It was the eight, three-run lead resulting in defeat in only 58 games. Clearly the Phillies lead the league in that category maybe one of the tops for all time … Continue reading

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The Phillies Star Players Need To Produce This Weekend, If They Are To Make It Into the Post Season

Last night was a lot of fun watching sports. The top players came out in Tampa Bay hockey and Phillies baseball. Watching Stanley Cup Game 3 hockey on TV and the Phillies attempt at staying in contention for the MLB … Continue reading

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Where’s Connor Brogdon? He Has Been The Phillies Mr. September Out of the Pen But Has Been MIA When Needed The Most!

Remember the name Connor Brogdon he has not allowed an earned run in September out of the Phillies bullpen. In three appearances over 5.2 innings in September, Brogdon has allowed only one hit and struck out eight. But he has … Continue reading

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Good Job By Phillies Starter Adonis Medina In His Major League Debut.

We have had Clearwater Threshers season tickets since 2012. We have seen several future major league prospect pass through town over the years. It is always very special when one of them makes his major league debut. We have become … Continue reading

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It Was One of those Doubleheaders To Remember In Phillies History

I go way back to the 1960’s watching Phillies doubleheader baseball on TV. ┬áNone of them ever measured up to the twin bill we watched yesterday against the Toronto Blue Jays. First of all, it proves that seven inning doubleheader … Continue reading

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Didi Gregorius Is Proving To Be Move Valuable to the Phillies Than Even Bryce Harper

The Phillies are making their final push for a post season berth. They have not been in the playoffs since 2011. Now, they are banged up with key pitchers and position players going down with assorted injuries. One player who … Continue reading

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Brodgon and Bohm Give The Phillies Hope For A Better Tomorrow But Brogdon Is Already Gone

The Phillies season is spiraling out of control as the losses and player injuries pile up. We have never seen so many injuries as happened over last week. It’s like we can’t believe what we just saw. Down went Zach … Continue reading

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Phillies Fail Again To Win A Doubleheader

It was all set up for a doubleheader sweep by the great outing by Aaron Nola in the first game of yesterday’s twin bill. He pitched his first complete game of his career-a seven inning shutout for an 11-0 win. … Continue reading

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The Bullpen Keeps Costing the Phillies Games But Alec Bohm’s .480 Batting Average Leads All of MLB with RISP

It was one of those “hard to believe Harry” moments” when the Phillies blew a 6-3 lead in the eight and ninth innings last night in a must win game in Miami. ┬áTheir poorly constructed bullpen cost them again as … Continue reading

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