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
The Philadelphia Phillies have made lots of pitching additions this offseason. Aaron Nola and Zack Wheeler need some help.
It makes sense for the Colorado Rockies to trade Trevor Story.
All-Star catcher J.T. Realmuto has agreed to a five-year contract with the Philadelphia Phillies. Realmuto becomes the highest-paid catcher in MLB history.
The Philadelphia Phillies added to their bullpen on Wednesday. A three-team trade with the Rays and Dodgers become public knowledge, with the Phillies acquiring left-handed reliever Jose Alvarado.
The Phillies finished under .500 and missed out on the playoffs. The shortened season saw the Phillies struggle, plus the club is claiming to have lost a vast amount of money. The economic realities have hit hard in Philadelphia. They created a team to compete, and it seems like it is getting broken up already.
One of the premier starting pitching free agents is off the market. Charlie Morton has agreed to join the Atlanta Braves on a one-year pact, joining fellow veteran Drew Smyly in bolstering a young rotation.
The Philadelphia Phillies are heading into an offseason with a long list of questions to answer once again. The furore over the Bryce Harper pursuit and the J.T. Realmuto trade have not reaped the desired rewards. Realmuto and Didi Gregorius, two of their top five most valuable hitters in 2020, are both heading for free agency.
The New York Mets head into the 2020/21 offseason with money to spend. Phillies catcher J.T. Realmuto will be one of their top priorities after turning down club options on Wilson Ramos and Robinson Chirinos.
The Philadelphia Phillies have announced that their general manager, Matt Klentak, will be stepping down after a disappointing 2020 season. The Phillies once again failed to make the playoffs, even with the expanded format this year.
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.