Tag Archives: Alec Bohm

A Bad 2020 Review of the Phillies Farm System From Baseball America

Baseball America’s writer, Kyle Glaser, showed little mercy in evaluating the 2020 Phillies farm system. He said they have “one of MLB’s shallowest and worst farm systems”.  BA has the Phillies ranked 26th of the 30 MLB teams. Other than … Continue reading

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The Phillies 14W-5L-1T Spring Training Record Is a Good Sign For When the Regular Season Starts

2020 Baseball’s future is uncertain but MLB spring training games came to an abrupt halt after Thursday because of  COVID-19 pandemic. The Phillies had the best record not only in the Grapefruit League with a 14-5-1 record but of any … Continue reading

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Hitting With Runners In Scoring Position Wins Games As The Young Phillies Are Proving In Spring Training

My favorite statistic is batting average with RISP.  This stands for batting averages with runners in scoring position? I am sure the Ivy League analytics guys will disagree with this stat. As everyone has probably already figured out, I am … Continue reading

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Forward To The Future: With Alec Bohm and Bryson Stott on the Left Side of the Phillies Infield

One of the most interesting times of the early spring training games are the last four innings. This is the time the major league teams show off their players of the future. The Phillies are no exception. Going by the … Continue reading

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The Phillies Load Up The Bus To Lakeland With No. 1 Draft Picks To Kick Off the Grapefruit League Action Against The Tigers

The Phillies have loaded up the bus for Grapefruit League opening day against the Tigers in Lakeland with three No. 1 draft picks, Adam Haseley (2017), Alec Bohm (2018) and Cornelius Randolph (2015). The Phillies have not been overly successful … Continue reading

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We Know What The 2020 Phillies MLB Roster Will Mostly Look Like But What About The 2023 Roster

I like to follow Phillies prospects. Never had much time for old-timers games. To understand what will happen in the future, we must understand what is going in the farm system. This is why I like to watch minor league … Continue reading

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Phillies Get A Badly Needed Fast Start To the 2020 Season With New Manager Joe Girardi and the Addition of Zack Wheeler to the Top of the Starting Rotation

Phillies majority owner John Middleton is my hero. He made former manager Gabe Kapler the Giants’ problem and brought in an experienced manager in Joe Girardi. Below are my observations where the Phillies system stands as the team heads into … Continue reading

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