Ruben Amaro says the perception of the Phillies is wrong, and the team can contend in 2014.
It looks like the Phillies are having some second thoughts about spending money.
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.
The 94WIP Morning Show announces its Winners and Weasels for the week of November 15th, 2013.
Ryan Howard will make $25 million to play for the Phillies next season. The idea of a part-time player making that much money is a difficult one to swallow, especially if you’re the person who decided to pay that player $25 million.
In June, New Jersey Governor Chris Christie professed his love for the Dallas Cowboys. On Monday, he dug an even deeper hole with anyone who is a Philadelphia sports fan.
By Bill Campbell Charlie Manuel When Charlie Manuel began his career in Philadelphia which resulted in him tallying up 1,000 wins, he was not the most popular guy in town. However, as he moved […]
Charlie Manuel loves baseball, loves Philadelphia, and even though he was relieved of his duty as manager of the Phillies last week, still loves the team.
Please leave your best Charlie Manuel stories and best wishes in the comment section below, as well say farewell to one of our favorites.
Report: Charlie Manuel is out as Phillies manager.
According to reports, the Phillies and Chase Utley have reached an agreement on a contract extension.
Two weeks ago in Philadelphia, there was a whole lot of nothing going on in sports. It was clearly the calm before the storm. Though the Phillies still did a whole lot of nothing, at least they made some news doing it this week.
Ruben Amaro called the 94WIP Morning Show to defend the team’s lack of trade deadline activity.
This team is in real, serious trouble. And it’s not the sort of trouble they can spend their way out of.
The Phillies have placed outfielder Ben Revere on the 15-day disabled list, one day after he broke his right foot by fouling a ball off of it.