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RYNE SANDBERG RUMORS

Sandberg looking to get work for relievers during struggles

Phillies manager Ryne Sandberg had another issue to deal with during his team's recent struggles -- getting enough work for all of his relievers.
Via Philly Sports Live
1 day ago  |  Discuss

Howard slotted 7th in Phils’ order for first time since ’06

Phillies manager Ryne Sandberg shook up his batting order before the series opener with the Nationals on Thursday, and the biggest move was dropping struggling first baseman Ryan Howard to seventh.
Via Philly Sports Live
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Cubs Spell Ryne Sandberg’s Name Wrong in Calendar…Not Kidding

Ryne Sandberg is a Cubs legend. The 2005 Hall of Fame inductee played on the North Side for 15 seasons, racking up 10-straight All-Star appearances (1984-1993), nine-straight Gold Gloves (1983-1991), one NL MVP (1984) and seven Silver Slugger Awards during his illustrious career. The current Philadelphia Phillies manager remains one of the most recognizable figures Article found...
Via Next Impulse Sports
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Phillies continue to look for lefty relief

Phillies manager Ryne Sandberg explained that Diekman is the only left-hander in the Phillies' bullpen and had pitched five times in the team's first eight games. Sandberg wanted to keep his options open, but if Diekman had pitched the seventh inning a...
Via Philly Sports Live
3 days ago  |  Discuss

Buy Ryne Sandberg’s Dream Old Person Home — $3,800,000

  Ryne Sandberg is just 55. He’s not 75. Not 80. Not 65 going on 75. The guy graduated high school in 1978, not 1955. So imagine my shock when I came across his Phoenix house for sale and saw that the interior of Ryno’s retreat makes it seem like he’s living during the offseason like he’s 75. Take a look around this 6,235 sq. ft. golf course house that he has listed for...
Via Busted Coverage
4 days ago  |  Discuss

Sandberg Looking For Phillies to Play Small Ball This Year

Even though Citizens Bank Park is a hitter’s park look for the hometown Phillies to lead the league in bunts and not homers this summer.  As the team starts to rebuild manager Ryne Sandberg is changing the offensive approach and playing more ‘small ball’. Sandberg is looking for more bunts, hit-and-runs, and stolen bases this season.  The Phillies are going to win more games...
Via Complete Philly Coverage
24 days ago  |  Discuss

Red Alert: Is Sandberg Right for the Phillies?

While trade-related articles are dominating the local headlines, the Philadelphia Phillies enter the second campaign of manager Ryne Sandberg. But after they dealt away starters in right field, at shortstop, and a left-handed reliever, will the front office take a weaker 25-man roster into consideration regarding number 23? And what kind of skipper is the Hall of Famer? If the...
Via isportsweb.com
February 10, 2015  |  Discuss

Seven MLB managers on the hot seat looking to salvage their jobs

According to the U.S. Department of Labor, the current unemployment rate is at 6.2 percent. The unlucky seven on this list all field ball clubs in the red (as far as wins and losses are concerned), and should be well-prepared to received the dreaded pink slip. 3. Ryne Sandberg, Phillies If you thought getting two years to prove your managerial acumen was not enough time, Sandberg...
Via The Sports Daily
August 26, 2014  |  Discuss

Sizing Up Sandberg: Rosenthal suggests Sandberg may be on hot seat

Ryne Sandberg, by all indications, is Ruben Amaro’s guy. Amaro hand-picked him years ago as one of the game’s more obvious heir apparents to the team’s most successful manager in franchise history, Charlie Manuel. Sandberg always seemed like an odd choice to bring to Philadelphia, as he never really was...
Via Philliedelphia
August 15, 2014  |  Discuss

Ryne Sandberg has a lot to learn about player management

If there is one thing over anything else that made Charlie Manuel the winningest manager in Phillies history, it was that he knew how to manage people. He knew which players needed to be coddled, which need a swift kick in the $#@, and which need the manager to just stay away. Whatever the method, it worked for Charlie Manuel. Ryne Sandberg does not seem to have that touch quite yet...
Via PhilsBaseball
June 29, 2014  |  1 Comment
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