Found December 15, 2011 on
BA has a new article up today (subscription content) listing the #11 prospect for every NL team. They list Roman Quinn as #11 and point to the things we’ve already heard before: he has blazing speed (comparing him to Michael Bourn) and note his surprising power for someone his size. That’s about it. Nothing new, but I thought him being ranked #11 was notable. Feel free to discuss.
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It was just about this time last year when the Phillies resigned Cliff Lee.
Come on. Admit it.
The December, 2010 acquisition of Cliff Lee had Phillies' fans dreaming of another parade down Broad Street.
The whole freakin’ Delaware Valley had the Phillies winning their second World Series in the 2000s.
Looking back, it has been a downward cycle of post-season appearances: 2007...
Today, the Phillies officially announced the signing of well-traveled and charismatic lefty, Dontrelle Willis, to a one-year, $1M deal with incentives. While Willis has seen very little success as a starting pitcher over the last few years, the Phillies were the team that did the right thing by convincing him to make the full-time move to the bullpen.
This is a tremendous low-cost...
Ask a child about his Christmas wish list and the tyke might not be quite as excited as Tyson Gillies is when he talks about being on a baseball field on a daily basis. The Phillies’ young outfield prospect has spent a great amount of time away from the diamond, as he has suffered repeated injuries over the past two seasons. However, at long last recently, Gillies has been on...
PHILADELPHIA - Dontrelle Willis has a new role on another new team.
The Philadelphia Phillies signed the left-hander...
Dontrelle Willis is not wasting any time. He has already changed his Twitter picture and is now sporting Phillies gear.
We all know the lefty already loves Philly.
The D-Train also weighed in on David Stern doing whatever he wants these days.
David stern cold as ice lol basically saying" I'm do what I now what " #nba
— Dontrelle Willis (@D_Train35) December 17, 2011
With a couple weeks left in the year, it’s been a slow offseason for the Philadelphia Phillies. Aside from the opening salvo that was the Jonathan Papelbon contract, it’s been a relatively quiet few months.
True, there isn’t too much out there on the open market. There are no Cliff Lees to sign, or Roy Halladays to trade for, and aside from the Jimmy Rollins contract, there...
The Philadelphia Phillies have signed lefty Dontrelle Willis to a one-year contract, worth $850,000.
D-train Baby! During last season, I wrote this in the comment section about Dontrelle Willis:it's hard to believe that a pitcher that young and that good (and left handed) could fall so fast and stay down for so long. it is really quite a shame because he was a lot of fun to watch. and he could hit, too.he was one of my favorite players to watch for a year or two. i've been...