Tag Archives: Spring Training

The Three Best Games So Far of the Phillies Johan Rojas Era

Playing three consecutive spring training games as a late inning replacement do not make an era but those games do tell us that the Phillies have great centerfield prospect on the horizon. All the 20 year-old Johan Rojas has done … Continue reading

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Our Final Phillies Game at Spring Training-We Liked What We Saw From Jose Alvarado, Johan Rojas and Nick Maton

The soon to be a major league ballpark, the remodeled TD Ballpark in Dunedin, is only blocks away from our home in Dunedin Fl. It was the site of our final 2021 game in Spring Training. We watched the starting … Continue reading

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Last Night Johan Rojas and Logan O’Hoppe Showed Why They Are The Future of Phillies Baseball

We saw last night the future of Phillies baseball unfold before our very eyes. 21 year-old catcher Logan O’Hoppe tacked on three more runs with three-run homer into the bullpen in left. In the bottom of the ninth, after the … Continue reading

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Darick Hall and Sam Coonrod Are Our Unheralded Phillies Players of Spring Training

We may have not read much in spring training coverage about Darick Hall and Sam Coonrod. Still they are our position player and pitcher of Phillies spring training. Yesterday against the Tigers, they proved our reasons for our selections. Hall … Continue reading

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Zack Wheeler Is The Key To The Phillies Winning It All When Baseball Starts Up

For us, it is no question that Zack Wheeler is the key to the Phillies 2020 season if and when it ever starts. The challenge is great. If divisional play remains in effect, the the N.L. East will likely be … Continue reading

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Will the Phillies be Forced to Move on From J.T. Realmuto?

It is becoming apparent that J.T Realmuto wants to be and deservedly so the highest paid catcher in baseball. So the Phillies better be prepared to pay up or lose him after this season to free agency! Read HERE. The … Continue reading

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The Phillies Minor League Centerfielder Simon Muzziotti is a Can’t Miss Prospect

Each year we try to identify Phillies can’t miss prospects. In the 2019 season, we counted Simon Muzziotti as one of them. In 2019, he showed us he is developing into a five-tool major league prospect. His .287 batting average … Continue reading

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How Will the Phillies Use Spencer Howard? They Can’t Get to the Post Season Without Him

Good news on the COVID-19 front from down here in the Tampa Bay Area! It’s been reported from Saturday night to Sunday morning only one new case was confirmed in Pinellas County, spring training home county of the Phillies. This … Continue reading

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The Phillies Have Spent More Big Bucks On Another Big International Prospect. Will It Ever Pay Off?

All is quiet on the Phillies front. Not much was going on at the spring training facilities in Clearwater on Thursaday as most of both the major and minor league camp players have split far and wide. Manager Joe Girardi … 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 ┬áCOVID-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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