Jonathan Papelbon’s name, and the two years left on his contract, are being mentioned often in the MLB Winter Meetings rumor mill.
With Roy Halladay’s retirement, and today’s report from baseball’s Winter Meetings, the Phillies could go from the five aces they had just a few years back, to zero aces.
2013 was an up and down year in Philadelphia sports, to say the least. The first half was full of “downs,” including coaching changes for every professional team, and losses upon losses as well. But the second half has proved to be more positive, with some of those changes looking like positive ones.
Roy Halladay announced his retirement from baseball on Monday, and his former teammates had nothing but good things to say about him.
Reports say the Phillies are ‘actively shopping’ Domonic Brown.
Roy Halladay called it quits.
The Phillies made it official today; they’ve signed catcher Will Nieves to a one-year contract.
This off-season for the Phillies says at least one thing about the thought of the front office: they still believe in the current core of the team.
The Philadelphia Phillies traded catcher Erik Kratz and left-hander Rob Rasmussen to the Toronto Blue Jays for righty Brad Lincoln on Tuesday night.
The Phillies re-sign Kevin Frandsen to a one-year contract.
The 94WIP Morning Show named their Winners and Weasels for the week of November 22nd, 2013.
The Phillies have signed two players so far this offseason, outfielder Marlon Byrd and catcher Carlos Ruiz. Byrd is 36 years-old, and Ruiz will be 35 when the season starts. Many fans have wondered when the team will start to turn the page on the current core, and begin to build the next one.
Six-year-old Aiden Riebel is officially sworn in as an honorary Washington Township firefighter. More than anything this very sick little boy wanted to become a firefighter and one town came together to make that happen.
Ryne Sandberg names Bob McClure the new pitching coach of the Phillies.
Two Army soldiers were surprised with free trips to Phillies Phantasy Camp and Spring Training.