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Phillies Prospect Hunter Markwardt Continues to Rake In Clutch Wherever He Goes and the Clearwater’s Pitching Staff is Racking up Strikeouts.

One of the most exciting players we have watched this season in the Phillies organization has been outfielder Hunter Markwardt. Last week we watched him hit a walk-off double to win a game for the Clearwater Threshers. That hit earned … Continue reading

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Those Were Bad Phillies Lineups Yesterday Resulting In A Doubleheader Loss To The Mets

The Phillies have lost four of their last five games on the road including yesterday’s doubleheader loss to the Mets. It was like they were saying “let’s lose two” so we can just move on. They do not look like … Continue reading

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The Phillies Look Ready to Go, Let’s Get This Season Started!

We are looking forward to the start of the 2021 season. With the start of spring training the Phillies seem ready to go. Controlling owner John Middleton looks to be taking the spending right up to the Luxury Tax limit. … Continue reading

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Phillies Aussie Prospect Chris Burke Is One To Watch; Could He Be a Baby Bryce?

We have blogged a lot about Aussie first baseman and Phillies prospect Rixon Wingate  currently top home run hitter in the ABL, Rixon Wingrove. He has been compared to Jim Thome by Shayne Bennett, a former MLB pitcher and now … Continue reading

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The 2020 Phillies Season Can’t End Too Soon For Me!

I have waved the white flag. The sooner this baseball season ends the better.  I have never been so disappointed trying to watch Phillies baseball since the 1964 season Last night’s game was the end for me. “No mas” as … Continue reading

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The Phillies Start to Wobble Again Toward Another Lost Season

Maybe it was not Gabe Kapler’s fault, after all! Another disappointing season appears to be awaiting the Phillies at the end this 60-game season on September 27th.  After winning 10 0f 11 games, they seem now to be on a … Continue reading

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Five Phillies Who Can Become Difference-Makers

Finally, the 2020 baseball season starts for the Phillies tonight against the projected weakest team in the N.L. East, the Miami Marlins. The Phillies had trouble with them last season though. The Phillies are under pressure to get into the … Continue reading

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The Phillies All But Wrapped Up Signing Their 2020 Haul of North American Talent-It’s Almost All About Pitching

The Phillies signed their first round draft pick this week. Eighteen year-old pitcher Mick Abel does look ready to anchor the Phillies rotation for a long time into the future, but not soon. Using another future Phillies ace, Spencer Howard, … Continue reading

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At Least The Phillies Are Winning the MLB Off-Season Led By Manager Joe Girardi and Chief Scout Brian Barber

The Phillies won the 2020 Grapefruit League and had the best record at 14-5 in the MLB in the 2020 spring training games. Not to be out done they are also winning the the non-drafted free agent signing period after … Continue reading

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Phillies Sign Undrafted Free Agent Pitcher Blake Brown From UNC Asheville, the 11th Pitcher Added Since Last Wednesday

The Phillies no longer have a pitching shortage in the minor league system. Today, they signed starting pitcher Blake Brown out of UNC Asheville. He is 11th pitcher the Phillies have picked up who were added via the Draft or … Continue reading

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