Philadelphia Phillies’ Maikel Franco Has Bright Future
Maikel Franco is one of the Philadelphia Phillies‘ top prospects entering the 2014 campaign. Last season, Franco was one of the most lethal bats in the organization, hitting .320 with 31 home runs and 103 RBIs in 134 games split […]
Philadelphia Phillies: With Maikel Franco Waiting His Turn, Cody Asche is Going to Have to Hit
The Philadelphia Phillies thought enough of young third baseman Cody Asche to cut insurance policy Kevin Fransden late in the spring. Asche was seen as no worse than bridging the gap between last year’s failed experiment, the well-traveled Michael Young, […]
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Upcoming Series Could Set Tone For Philadelphia Phillies’ Road Trip
For the Philadelphia Phillies, the next four games could very well set the tone for the next few weeks. Whether that tone happens to be positive or negative remains to be seen. On Monday, the Phillies will begin a four-game […]
Philadelphia Phillies: Is Cliff Lee Finally On The Decline?
He may have already recorded two wins in the early going, but Philadelphia Phillies pitcher Cliff Lee has struggled so far in 2014. There’s still a lot of baseball left to play, but Lee’s numbers so far have been highly […]
Home Openers of Late Have Not Been Enjoyable for Philadelphia Phillies
Opening Day at Citizens Bank Park hasn’t been a joyous time for the Philadelphia Phillies over the past decade. In the 10 home openers since the franchise opened up the new stadium, the Phillies have come away victorious on only […]
Even Without a Hit, C Wil Nieves Shows Why He Will Be A Capable Backup for Philadelphia Phillies
Despite going 0-for-4 in his first start for the Philadelphia Phillies, catcher Wil Nieves passed his first test as a starter. With starting catcher Carlos Ruiz getting a rest, Nieves called a 2-0 shutout for Cliff Lee at the Chicago […]