Although it was a disappointing season for the Phillies, I hope you will agree it was a great year for Phillies Nation. We welcomed Ryan and Eric to the writing team, officially registered our charity, debuted Phillies Nation TV on air in Allentown and the Lehigh Valley, passed 250,000 Likes on Facebook and served up over 5 million pageviews on PhilliesNation.com.
We have plenty more in store for 2013 including our Wiffadelphia charity wiffleball tournament, a Spring Training road trip, Philly Sports quizzo at bars around the region and Phillies Nation TV will be back for Season 3 with new features and distribution.
As we anticipate the new year, take a moment to review the top 10 most viewed posts on PhilliesNation.com in 2012. As you can tell, the Phillies front-office generated more interest than the players on the diamond. Have a Happy New Year!
What Trading Pence to the Giants Would Mean by Ian on July 30
Lee Claimed Off Waivers by Pat on August 3
Report: Phillies Talked with Cleveland About Cabrera by Pat on December 11
July 16 Trade Rumor Round-Up: Victorino, Hamels, Rollins by Ian on July 16
Revere the First Step to a Successful Offseason? by Corey on December 6
Updated 2012 Phillies Roster and Payroll Projections by Pat on several occasions prior to the season
Rosenthal: D’backs Attempting Blockbuster for SP by Corey on July 31
Phillies Rumors: Lee, Blanton, Pierre by Pat on July 30
Report: Phillies Close to Acquiring Michael Young? by Corey on December 6
Phils Have Enough Money, Space to Land Ross by Ian on December 15