Tag Archives: Logan O’Hoppe

Reviewing the Latest Reports About Top Phillies Minor League Prospects

The 2020 season was the most challenging ever in baseball. The Phillies did not make the post season playoffs again. They failed to qualify in the a limited Covid-19, 60 game season with a 28-32 record. Hope for a post … Continue reading

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The Phillies Organization Has So Many Players But Will They Ever Help Them At The MLB Level?

Next week J.T. Realmuto will likely be a free agent. The post season in 2021 is looking even farther away for them than was it in 2020. Still the Phillies organization is  well stocked with players but the question remains … 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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Give The Young Minor League Talent A Chance to Play For the Phillies!

“Up, In and Gone” was how Logan O’Hoppe’s swing on his home run over left field wall was described in Sunday’s intrasquad game at the Alternative Camp in Allentown. With such a quick bat, do not pitch this guy inside … Continue reading

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Young Phillies Rookies Are Leading The Way In the N.L. East

The Phillies are on a hot streak thanks in part to rookies who made their major league debuts over the last several weeks. Spencer Howard won his first MLB game on Monday night. Last night it was Alec Bohm with … Continue reading

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Rafael Marchan and Logan O’Hoppe Have Become The Phillies Catchers of the Future

What does all this mean? The Phillies just put their third-string catcher on waivers in order to make room on the 40-man roster for another relief pitcher. Most teams load-up with backup catchers at this point of the schedule just … Continue reading

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Only 35 Games Might Remain In J.T. Realmuto’s Phillies Career. Is Logan O’Hoppe Ready To Take Over?

J.T. Realmuto is nearing an end to his brief Phillies career. Only 35 games remain in the Phillies 2020 regular season. If they do not make the post season, he becomes a free agent at the end of the regular … Continue reading

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The Phillies Still Have Greater Needs Than Just Signing J.T. Realmuto At All Cost!

Sure, it would be nice to tie up J.T. Realmuto long term but at what cost?  After yesterday’s games, it seems the Phillies have great depth behind the plate. Most importantly they proved they can win without Realmuto contributing and … Continue reading

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Two Young Players Will Dominate The Philadelphia Sports Scene For Years To Come

We had a chance to watch several hockey playoff games over the last several days where the Flyers 22 year-old goalie Carter Hart put up back-to-back shutouts against the Montreal Canadiens.  He will be a generational player in the NHL. … Continue reading

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The Phillies Are Set For Next Season in Right Field, Catching and Top of the Rotation Starting Pitching

Yesterday us told us a lot about the Phillies strengths and weaknesses for the future. They are loaded in right field for a long time because of the long term contract of Bryce Harper. Catching is the other position they … Continue reading

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