In honor of the country inaugurating its 46th president, a look back at some of the men who’ve worn the number 46 for the Phillies On Wednesday afternoon, the 46th president in the history of the United States was inaugurated.
The Phillies have made great strides to fix their bullpen this offseason. From signing Archie Bradley to making trades for the hard-throwing duo of Jose Alvarado and Sam Coonrod, there will be a different look to the group in 2021.
He was big and he threw a no-hitter. But was he actually good? Every so often, I like to take a name from Phillies past and - aided by the perspective of time - try to re-evaluate whether or not the player was actually good.
More deals for relievers are being made The right handed reliever market was always going to be deep. There was no reason to jump in feet first and snatch someone up right away because bargains were going to present themselves.
If the Philadelphia Phillies were not already the front-runners to re-sign All-Star catcher J.T. Realmuto, they likely are now. Philadelphia’s chances of bringing back the fan-favorite lockerroom leader went up following the reports that Toronto has signed outfield George Springer to a $150 million contract.
Can someone calm down the Padres? Yesterday, the local media got to meet Archie Bradley. He talked about the usual stuff, like winning and whatnot, but he won the hearts of the local fanbase over by doing what they do best: starting hashtags and asking for help.
Since Dave Dombrowski was named the Phillies’ president of baseball operations, the club has acquired Jose Alvarado from the Rays and signed former D-backs closer Archie Bradley, but the team is reportedly not done looking for bullpen help.
The Phillies are in need for a fifth starter to truly bolster their rotation. Could they look to add Lance McCullers Jr. from the Astros? *Before this article even begins to enter the logistics of this possibility, it should be noted that there have been no rumors regarding this trade.
Despite the Philadelphia Phillies officially extending an offer of five years and $100+ million to J.T. Realmuto this past weekend, the saga for the best catcher in baseball is still far from complete.
As I’m writing this, the Philadelphia Phillies have made two major additions to their bullpen this offseason. They traded for Jose Alvarado, a hard-throwing lefty from the Tampa Bay Rays, and signed Archie Bradley, one of the top free agent relievers on the market.
Even if the Philadelphia Phillies do end up re-signing J.T. Realmuto, as is being widely circulated, one has to wonder if they’ve done enough to keep themselves in the realm of contention in the National League East.
After a few months of pure nothingness, excitement is starting to grow around the Philadelphia Phillies – which is a good thing! The team signed standout reliever Archie Bradley to a one-year deal, and have been repeatedly linked to the likes of J.T.
The Philadelphia Phillies might have found their closer for the 2021 Major League Baseball season. On Thursday, the Phillies signed reliever Archie Bradley of Muskogee, OK to a one-year deal worth $6 million from the Cincinnati Reds according to Mark Feinsand of mlb.com.
Dombrowski was keen on leading the initiative to bring a Major League Baseball team to Nashville, but the Phillies "redoubled their efforts" to convince him to take over one of the league's most historic franchises, according to ESPN's Jeff Passan.