The Philadelphia Phillies’ infield is starting to take shape while the MLB Winter Meetings are going on in San Diego. The team signed free agent shortstop Didi Gregorius to a one-year deal worth $14 million that won’t see them lose a draft pick as his former club, the New York Yankees, didn’t offer him a qualifying offer.… Read more
After a disappointing 81-81 season in 2019 which cost Gabe Kapler his job, the Philadelphia Phillies bring back the key parts of that team whilst adding potential stars for both their offence and pitching. However, in a competitive NL east, Baseball Prospectus’s PECOTA projects them to win just 76.8 games.
The Philadelphia Phillies have agreed to sign starting pitcher Zack Wheeler on a five-year, $118 million deal as reported by Marc Carig.
The Philadelphia Phillies have acquired outfielder Corey Dickerson from the Pittsburgh Pirates, as reported by Jeff Passan.
Chicago White Sox relief pitcher Alex Colome is attracting trade interest from the Philadelphia Phillies, as reported by Jon Morosi.
The Philadelphia Phillies have acquired left-handed starting pitcher Drew Smyly, as reported by Jim Salisbury.
Since returning from Tommy John surgery at the start of the 2018 season, Will Smith has been one of baseball’s best closers.
Philadelphia Phillies starter Jake Arrieta could require surgery on a bone spur according to The Athletic’s Ken Rosenthal.
Philadelphia Phillies have traded with the Seattle Mariners, acquiring left-handed outfielder Jay Bruce.
The Phillies' sweep of the Braves was a big statement and 23 runs in three games is a great start for the new lineup. How worried should Braves fans be?
Philadelphia Phillies started brightly in 2018, but faded to finish below .500. Bryce Harper's signing and a busy offseason has increased expectations.
Philadelphia Phillies and starter Aaron Nola agreed to a contract extension prior to an arbitration hearing this week, as reported by Jeff Passan.
Third baseman Mike Moustakas was a headline figure in the slow-moving 2017/18 free agency. He’s gone under the radar in 2018/19, but it has been much the same.
Philadelphia Phillies sent catcher Jorge Alfaro to the Miami Marlins in the deal that saw All-Star J.T. Realmuto go the other way.
Philadelphia Phillies have reached an agreement with Miami Marlins to acquire catcher J.T. Realmuto, per ESPN’s Jeff Passan.