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This article covers the Phillies needs to address during the offseason, their available AAV finances and spending opportunities for the best possible 26-man roster. Continue reading
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This article covers information to challenge easily reached conclusions of many Phillies fans after the 2020 season concluded. Continue reading
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This article covers the Phillies who the faithful wanted the front office to trade, demote, or designate for assignment before and during the truncated 2020 campaign and examples of other developing players. Continue reading
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This article covers the Phillies schedule, rotation and lineup for their final games before the postseason, plus it points out the number of victories needed for a playoff berth. Continue reading
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This article presents the current bullpen rotation Phillies manager Joe Girardi is using to win a postseason berth and possibilities for him in the playoffs. Continue reading
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This article compares the NL East contenders in July and their national forecast then to the revised predictions now and the clubs’ present situations. Continue reading
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This article compares the Phillies starting staff to those of their three competitors for the NL East pennant, and how health affects their current situation. Continue reading
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This article covers the unmade acquisitions for 2019 and 2020 many Phillies fans insisted would increase the franchise’s opportunity to play serious October baseball. Continue reading
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This article covers the comparison of Phillies and Mets rotations, relief corps and offenses for 2020 with October closer than ever after only 21 games. Continue reading
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This article covers the comparison of Phillies and Braves rotations, relief corps and offenses for 2020 with October closer than ever after only a handful of games. Continue reading
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This article covers the Phillies and the AL East clubs they will face to advance to serious October baseball with its expanded postseason format. Continue reading
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This article covers the national predictions for the Phillies, NL East and AL East teams with a postseason opportunity in this abbreviated 2020 campaign. Continue reading
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This article covers Spencer Howard’s chances after his service-time requirements, and the decisions Phillies manager Joe Girardi will make for the final bullpen slots. Continue reading
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This article covers the unusual possibilities ahead in the 2020 Phillies campaign and the early starting rotation considerations going forward. Continue reading
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This article covers the COVID-19-affected players on the Phillies and in the NL East, their time frames, and their temporary replacements for summer training and beyond. Continue reading
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This article covers the current Phillies rotation as the organization deals with pitchers affected by the coronavirus protocols in the early days of summer training. Continue reading
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This article covers how the Phillies fared during the 1994-95 strike campaigns after winning the 1993 National League pennant, and it reveals the road ahead in another truncated season for Major League Baseball. Continue reading
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This Phillies and MLB article covers the new rules and other possible changes purists will rail against for the next four months and possibly in 2021. Continue reading
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This article covers Phillies sluggers and their appreciation --and/or lack thereof-- during their time here and the reaction to their return. Continue reading
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This article covers open roster slots due to the increase from 25 to 30 active players, and the Phillies options to fill those extra slots when a three-week training camp ends. Continue reading
This article covers known and unknown details regarding Dick Allen and his career, plus it also compares his offense to today’s top superstar with the overall analytical stat preferred by baseball men. Continue reading
From MLBTR: The Phillies had the best Friday of any team in the draft, MLB.com’s Jim Callis writes. With the first pick of Day Two, they grabbed Cole Stobbe, a Trevor Story-like shortstop who Callis thinks was the best position player who was signable and who made it through Day One. Callis also lists the Giants, Indians, Cardinals and Athletics as teams who did well on Day Two.
If Amaro made those first two picks, he'd be blasted but good.
Phanatic, The lineup card had Rupp and Howard, but neither are in the lineup. Usually, those Facebook and Twitter upcoming lineup cards are right, not this time though.