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Cmon T...I wanted everyone involved..Chase wasn't down for it..
The Phillies are deciding whether or not to resign free agent outfielder Jayson Werth..and according to my Phillies Locker Room insider, they might pass on Werth for very good reason..Here’s what my source tells me.”Chase Utley’s somewhat diminished production at the plate this year is due in part to the fact that Jayson Werth was/did/has been banging Chase’s wife, Jen. A friend who has a connection to Shane Victorino heard that while hanging with some guys close to the team in Cincy during the playoffs.. Jayson Werth (and his family) used to hang with Chase and Jen at their condo pretty frequently, but he hasn’t been seen there recently.” Wow..that could definitely hurt a man’s confidence at the plate..Chase is definitely not the monster he was once..but that’s just wrong..Teammates should never cross that line..-TO
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Spurred by Bill Baer’s Wednesday post on Baseball Analytics discussing Ryan Howard’s apparent decline, I started thinking about whether Chase Utley may be facing the same fate already.
The harsh reality of an aging core is one no front office or fanbase ever really wants to deal with, but that time has arrived for the Phillies. Assuming Domonic Brown starts the year in right...
One of the biggest questions about the Phillies offseason is whether or not they’ll find a way to keep outfielder Jayson Werth. Most would guess that the Phillies would make him a reasonable offer, but not maximum market value. If he wants to stay with a winner for less, then fine. If [...]
Hello, faithful reader! That is not a typo. Because I don’t give a **** to update all the time, I sometimes go find other, better writers to step in and show me how its done. Remember that time the guy from Chris Sabos’ Goggles predicted a Reds NLDS victory? And that nice lady from Braves Love was like "These are the Braves that could just wreck your **** anytime...
Since the start of the NLDS, many insiders, beat writers and aspiring columnists all agreed that outfielder Jayson Werth was playing his last games in a Philadelphia Phillies uniform...Read the full article on Bleacher Report...
It’s becoming more and more likely that right field will be manned by someone other than Jayson Werth next season. You’ve had time to come to terms with this notion for a while now – the writing has been on the wall for some time. With the way Scott Boras is talking and the way the market is shaping up, it’s time to say our final goodbyes to Werth.
That might be for the better...
We received this in our inbox today. At least Chase got something out of getting hosed* out of another GG..."GloveLock is proud to announce an advertising partnership with Philadelphia Phillie Chase Utley.GloveLock Inc. was formed in 2000 after many frustrating years of watching great defensive players get their rightful award stolen by Silver Sluggers or fan favorites. We specialize...
ESPN's tapped-in columnist Jayson Stark yesterday dropped some disappointing words on anyone holding out hope that Jayson Werth will re-sign with the Phillies this off-season. Here's one Phillies source on the odds of his team finding a way to keep...
Over the last few days and weeks there has been a ton of talk about which outfielder the Red Sox should go after this off-season, now let’s hear what you have to say. It’s as simple as Jayson Werth or Carl Crawford. Let your voice be heard. Feel free to leave a comment and let us know why you picked who you did.
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Perhaps the two biggest position-player free agents this winter are outfielders Jason Werth and Carl Crawford . Many teams are expected to be bidding for their services, but the Boston Red Sox, in particular, seem to be desperate to land one of them...Read the full article on Bleacher Report...
For some time now, the general consensus has been that Jayson Werth would be moving on in 2011 as the Phillies are not willing to dole out the money and years necessary to retain him. On Wednesday, a Phillies source told ESPN's Jayson Stark that there was "no chance" of the right fielder remaining in Philadelphia.
GM Ruben Amaro now says that he needs an answer...
The Philadelphia Phillies face many questions heading into this offseason. The biggest among them deals with the expiring contract of right fielder Jayson Werth. Though the questions do not stop there for Ruben Amaro Jr...Begin Slideshow
... because they can't kill Chase Utley.
2010 NL GG-ers:
1 Bronson Arroyo, Reds
2 Yadier Molina, Cardinals
3 Albert Pujols, Cardinals
4 Brandon Phillips, Reds
5 Scott Rolen, Cardinals
6 Troy Tulowitzki, Rockies
789 Carlos Gonzalez, Rockies
789 Michael Bourn, Astros
789 Shane Victorino, Phillies
That said, Brandon Phillips is a fine, durable fielder.