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A Few Notes on Bootcheck, Smith

On December 18, the Phillies announced through their transactions page that they signed Tony Gwynn, Dave Sappelt, Lou Marson, and Sean O’Sullivan to minor league deals. On that day, they also quietly signed RHP Chris Bootcheck and re-signed LHP Greg Smith to little fanfare. The news was first reported by Matt Eddy of Baseball America over an otherwise quiet holiday. Let’s take...
Via Phillies Nation
December 31, 2013  |  Discuss

Some Smart Minor League Signings

Amaro has acknowledged that his resources might be tapped out and any improvements will likely come in the form of the minor league contract variety.  The thought makes me sick to my stomach looking at the current projected roster, but at least he made some smart minor league signings today.Seaon O'Sullivan adds depth to the pitching staff as he could start or relieve.  The 26...
Via We Should Be GM's
December 18, 2013  |  Discuss

Philadelphia Phillies Sign O’Sullivan, Sappelt, Gwynn, Marson

[Tony Gwynn Jr., one of the many signings by the Philadelphia Phillies this offseason. Photo credit: Wikipedia.org] The Philadelphia Phillies have signed signed right-hander Sean O’Sullivan, outfielders Dave Sappelt and Tony Gwynn Jr. and catcher Lou Marson to minor league deals with invitations to Spring Training. Sean O’Sullivan, 26 years old, had a 3.96 ERA in seven...
Via Total Sports Live
December 18, 2013  |  Discuss

Phillies Sign Four to Minor League Deals with Invites

Marson returns to the Phillies on a minor league deal. The Phillies have announced via their transaction page that catcher Lou Marson, outfielders Tony Gwynn and Dave Sappelt, and right-handed pitcher Sean O’Sullivan have been signed to minor league deals with invitations to Spring Training. Marson, 27, was once a top Phillies prospect and was ranked as the #66th overall prospect...
Via Phillies Nation
December 18, 2013  |  Discuss
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