MLB Teams In Need of Comeback in 2022

MLB Teams In Need of Comeback in 2022

MLB’s possible comeback teams in 2022 include the Rockies, Phillies, and Mariners. They are hoping to be more competitive this year. On paper, all three are good teams that have a lot of talent and potential. This has been a quiet offseason with the lockout and pandemic halting things. Despite that clubs are looking forward […]

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 Tinfoil Hat Time: Atlanta Braves Screwed Out of Win

Tinfoil Hat Time: Atlanta Braves Screwed Out of Win

Sunday, the Atlanta Braves lost to the Philadelphia Phillies after a top of the ninth sac-fly that drove in a run. But should they have? The Phillies seem to think so. SAFE. pic.twitter.com/4zScXL44M0 — Philadelphia Phillies (@Phillies) April 12, 2021 However, in that Tweet, the Phillies sure chose a weird time to cut off the […]

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 What the J.T. Realmuto signing means for the Phillies

What the J.T. Realmuto signing means for the Phillies

The Philadelphia Phillies and J.T. Realmuto agreed to a 5-year, $115.5 million contract on Tuesday. The soon to be 30-year-old backstop is now the highest-paid catcher in MLB history based on average annual value, breaking the record of Joe Mauer’s contract at $23.1 million per year. Realmuto’s return is crucial to the Phillies being competitive […]

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 Phillies Miss Playoffs for a 9th Straight Year

Phillies Miss Playoffs for a 9th Straight Year

  The 2020 season ended on a sour note for the Philadelphia Phillies. The Tampa Bay Rays completed a three-game sweep on Sunday and ensured that the Phillies will miss the playoffs for a 9th straight year. Almost two years removed from the now-infamous “stupid money” quote, Phillies principal owner John Middleton’s reluctance to go […]

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 MLB: National League East Teams Preview

MLB: National League East Teams Preview

  The National League East is a division that could provide some underdog teams. Here is how the NL East teams stack up going into the 2020 season. Phillies Overall the Phillies seem to have a deep line up and plenty of high-end talent coming into the 2020 season. Their primary line-up is filled with […]

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 MLB Offseason to-do list: NL East

MLB Offseason to-do list: NL East

As the Washington Nationals defeated the Houston Astros in Game 7 of the World Series to win the first World Series in team history, the other 28 teams were focused on the upcoming free agency period. Each team has an offseason to-do list and players that they are interested in bringing in to join their […]

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 Ranking Open MLB Manager Jobs

Ranking Open MLB Manager Jobs

With nearly a third of the leagues’ teams looking for a new manager, we will be Ranking Open MLB Manager jobs. Which open position is the most desirable? Which new manager will be best set up for success in their first year at the helm? Who will be set up best for the long term? […]

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 Seven MLB Managers Fired, is any Manager Safe?

Seven MLB Managers Fired, is any Manager Safe?

Gabe Kapler was fired by the Philadelphia Phillies on Thursday. He becomes one of seven MLB managers fired since the end of the regular season. He joins Mickey Callaway, Clint Hurdle, Joe Maddon, Andy Green, Ned Yost, and Brad Ausmus on the unemployment line to begin the offseason. With the retirement of longtime San Francisco […]

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 Welcome Home Charlie Manuel

Welcome Home Charlie Manuel

I took a little break from writing fantasy football and wrote about the love of my Phillies, welcome home Charlie Manuel! I have been a Phillies fan ever since I could remember picking up a baseball. As a kid, I remember buying a pack of Phillie’s hot dogs and inside was a voucher for a […]

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