Philadelphia Phillies

Phillies Notes: Moustakas, Cole, Girardi

The latest on Philadelphia… Free-agent third baseman Mike Moustakas “is very much on the Phillies’ radar,” Jim Salisbury of NBC Sports Philadelphia writes. The 31-year-old Moustakas would provide an affordable, short-term...

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Dodgers Have Interest In Josh Donaldson

Josh Donaldson technically still has a decision to make on the qualifying offer he received from the Braves, though rejecting that $17.8MM offer is all but a formality. The Phillies, Rangers, Nationals and Braves all have some level of interest in...
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Gabe Kapler Hired As Giants Manager

Kapler was fired last month by the Phillies, whom he managed for two seasons.

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Phillies Hire Juan Castro

The Phillies have hired Juan Castro as their new infield coach, the team announced after the news was reported by MLB.com’s Jon Morosi and Todd Zolecki (Twitter link). He takes the position vacated by Bobby Dickerson, who is now the...
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Phillies Gm Matt Klentak On Rotation, Free Agency, Kingery

The Phillies’ pair of playoff misses in 2018-19 prompted a managerial change, and with veteran skipper Joe Girardi now at the helm, postseason expectations are even higher. With those postseason aspirations comes the expectation of an active...

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Phillies Announce Flurry Of Roster Moves

The Phillies have announced a wide slate of roster moves today, setting the team up for another fascinating offseason. Philadelphia declined club options over righty Jared Hughes, righty Pat Neshek, and lefty Jason Vargas. Also heading to the open...

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Giants Outright, Re-sign Zach Green & Cristhian Adames

The Giants announced that they have outrighted infielders Zach Green and Cristhian Adames. Both players will remain in the organization after agreeing to new minor-league deals. Green, a Northern California native whom the Phillies chose in the...

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Phillies Release Jose Pirela To Play In Japan

The Phillies have announced the release of utilityman Jose Pirela. He intends to pursue an opportunity in Japan’s Nippon Professional Baseball. Pirela landed with the Phils in the middle of the 2019 campaign after being designated by the...

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Padres Expected To Hire Bobby Dickerson As Bench Coach

New Padres manager Jayce Tingler is set to make an important hire as he prepares for his first year as a skipper. He’s likely to hire Phillies infield coach Bobby Dickerson as his bench coach, AJ Cassavell of MLB.com tweets. Dickerson, who...

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Phillies To Hire Bryan Price As Pitching Coach

The Phillies have made a key hire for the staff of incoming manager Joe Girardi. As expected, the team will bring on Bryan Price as pitching coach, per Matt Gelb of The Athletic (via Twitter). Price, 57, served as the Reds manager from 2014 until...
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Political Incivility Has Gone Too Far When Even Baseball Isn't Safe

Booing is a normal part of the baseball experience. I’ve personally participated many times this season — mainly when the Phillies’ $330 million slugger Bryce Harper came to bat and during a certain Wild Card game earlier this month. It’s a...

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Padres Reportedly Hire Jayce Tingler As Their Next Manager

It’s been a busy few days in baseball as the World Series is in full swing and teams in need name their new managers. Thus far, the Chicago Cubs and Philadelphia Phillies have named their new skippers, and as of Thursday morning, you can add...

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Philadelphia Phillies Hire Former Yankees Manager Joe Girardi As Skipper

The Philadelphia Phillies hired Joe Girardi as their manager on Thursday, replacing Gabe Kapler after a disappointing season.       
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Latest On Phillies’ Managerial Opening

Phillies owner John Middleton had the determining vote in the team’s decision to fire manager Gabe Kapler, and he could wield his power again in finding a new skipper. Middleton’s said to be “leaning toward” Joe Girardi as...

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Latest On Phillies, Buck Showalter

Phillies owner John Middleton had the final say on last week’s firing of manager Gabe Kapler, whom he ditched despite disagreements from the club’s front office and some of its prominent players. Middleton polled members of the...

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Bryce Harper Opens Up On Washington Nationals' World Series Run: 'i'm So Happy For Them'

Bryce Harper, who'd spent his career with the Nationals, signed with the Philadelphia Phillies this offseason. Now the Nats are in the World Series.       

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Poll: The Phillies’ Managerial Finalists

The Phillies’ managerial search appears to be down to three candidates, who combine for 53 years of experience at running a Major League team.  Gabe Kapler was a first-time manager who took an analytics-heavy approach to his role as the...
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Cubs To Interview Joe Espada, Gabe Kapler

The Cubs are interviewing Astros bench coach Joe Espada for their managerial opening today, tweets Mark Feinsand of MLB.com. Mark Gonzales of the Chicago Tribune tweets that they’ll also interview recently dismissed Phillies skipper Gabe...
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Curt Schilling Wants Back In Baseball, And Has Interest In Phillies, Red Sox Jobs

Curt Schilling is still a polarizing figure but believes the time is right for him to return to baseball as a manager or pitching coach.       
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Mlbtr Poll: Most Desirable Managerial Opening?

The Phillies fired Gabe Kapler on Thursday, leaving them as one of eight major league teams searching for a manager at the moment. Fellow National League clubs in the Padres, Mets, Pirates, Giants and Cubs are in the same position, while the Royals...
Related topics: Polls, Pittsburgh Pirates, Kansas City Royals

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