Here's a look at five players the Philadelphia Phillies need to stay healthy in 2016.
The Philadelphia Phillies finally have decided to platoon Ryan Howard, and that is the start of what could be a reasonable exit strategy for the first baseman.
With the designated hitter almost sure to be part of the NL’s future, big-market teams like the Philadelphia Phillies stand to benefit the most.
The Philadelphia Phillies began a total rebuild this offseason, and the progress has been noticeable even early on.
While Ryan Howard was one of the athletes accused of taking PEDs recently, the evidence supports his denial of that claim.
With the pickup of Ernesto Frieri, new Philadelphia Phillies GM Matt Klentak is leaving clues as to his rebuilding strategy.
With Ken Giles gone, the Philadelphia Phillies will have to rely on Edward Mujica to pitch the ninth inning.
Where others have failed, the Phillies will need to succeed with former No. 1 overall pick Mark Appel.
It’s been a long time since Peter Bourjos was a productive MLB player, but the Philadelphia Phillies are counting on him making the most of the chance he will get.
In Matt Klentak’s first big deal as GM of the Philadelphia Phillies, he hit a home run by getting four top prospects for Ken Giles, a closer the team does not need now.