Here is a look back at the Phillies’ top five moments from 2017.
Jonathan Mayo breaks down a list of an even dozen prospects — six hitters and six pitchers — who seem primed to have big 2018 seasons and who could, as a result, land on our Top 100 at some point in the current year.
Beat reporter Todd Zolecki answers fans’ questions in a new edition of the Phillies Inbox.
Nick Williams got word that the Phillies acquired Carlos Santana while he was on vacation in Aspen, Colo. Williams was surprised, but he said he loved the signing.
The Phillies will honor Roy Halladay in at least one way in 2018. Nobody will wear No. 34, which he wore from 2010-13. Halladay died Nov. 7 when his ICON A5 aircraft crashed into the Gulf of Mexico.
The Phillies have found a replacement for former manager Dusty Wathan at Triple-A Lehigh Valley.
Phillies manager Gabe Kapler contacted Rhys Hoskins last week before the Phillies and Carlos Santana finalized a three-year, $60 million contract.
The Phillies officially announced that they’ve signed Carlos Santana to a three-year contract with a club option for 2021 on Wednesday morning. The first baseman was introduced at a news conference on Wednesday afternoon.
The Phillies welcomed their newest addition to Philadelphia on Wednesday, introducing the signing of first baseman Carlos Santana.
Rhys Hoskins made quite a first impression for the Phillies in 2017, as he slugged 18 home runs and finished fourth in the NL Rookie of the Year Award voting despite playing in only 50 games. He’s aiming for more success in 2018.
Pat Neshek said in July that he would love to rejoin the Phillies this offseason. A reunion with the right-handed reliever became official on Friday afternoon. The Phillies signed Neshek to a two-year contract, with multiple reports saying the deal is worth more than $16 million.