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Bryson Stott and Luis Garcia Are the Future of the Phillies Middle Infield

The Phillies have two interesting middle infielders in their minor league system. The problem is one plays at AA and the other at Low A. They both should be in the same lineup some where soon. Bryson Stott is hitting … Continue reading

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Will Stott Get a Shot With the Phillies at Short in September? They Have Nothing to Lose!

Last night’s Phillies defeat in San Diego was about as low as you could go blowing a 3-1 lead in the bottom of the ninth on a two-out, two-run homer and losing the game 4-3 on a wild pitch in … Continue reading

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Looks Like Another Long Season For the Phillies But Nick Maton Gives Us Hope He Can Become the Next Chase Utley!

It’s becoming increasingly difficult lately to watch a Phillies game. After winning five of six games to open the season, they have lost nine of the next 13 games including last night’s 5-4 defeat to the Colorado Rockies. The team … 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 Power Bats and Bullpen Arms Were Things of Beauty In The 3-0 Win Over The Pirates

All it took in the Phillies Grapefruit League 3-o win over the Pittsburgh Pirates was a ground single by Didi Gregorius followed by a homer by Bryce Harper in the first inning. Then a tack on home run by Andrew … 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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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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“Four’ Was the Lucky Number for the Phillies in Saturday’s Games

The Phillies came roaring back to defeat the Miami Marlins 7-1 after losing 5-2 to them on opening night. “Four” was the lucky number in the first win of the season. “Four” was the number of strikeouts for starting pitcher … Continue reading

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Only Didi Gregorius Showed Up For The Phillies On Opening Night

It was the Didi Gregorius show on opening night. He homered, scored two runs, walked and played all around great baseball. The rest of the Phillies barely showed up in the 2020 lid-lifter against the supposed weakest team in the … 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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