Andrew Pullin takes the 29th prospect slot in our poll. He received 43 of 201 votes (21%). Tommy Joseph finished second with 31 votes. I updated the Industry Lists under Prospect Rankings for Baseball America, Baseball Prospectus, Keith Law, and John Sickels. (Active pages Matt created. Once I figure out how to add a new page, I’ll add … Continue reading PhuturePhillies Reader Top 30 Poll for #30 →
PhuturePhillies Reader Top 30 Poll for #30
The Phillies added another arm to the potential starting rotation, and it’s not really a terrible move! Good morning! pic.twitter.com/1RkvPca5QG — Macho Row (@Macho_Row) January 30, 2015 1. Phillies sign Billingsley to Low-risk, medium reward contract The Phillies signed pitcher Chad Billingsley to a light contract on Thursday. At $1.5 million for one year, there is minimal risk involved for the Phillies in signing a pitcher who had battled injuries the last two years.
Many of the Phillies’ offseason moves, via trade and free agency, have addressed starting pitching. They added another arm to the mix Thursday when they signed veteran righthander Chad Billingsley to a one-year, $1.5 million contract.
Phillies sign veteran pitcher Billingsley
Earlier this evening, the Phillies came to terms with free agent RHP Chad Billingley. The sides agreed to a 1 year, $1.5M contract with performance bonuses, reported to be around $6.5M (by Jon Heyman) The 30-year old Billingsley has pitched just 19 innings over the past two seasons (major/minor) because of elbow injuries. He is attempting … Continue reading Phillies Sign Billingsley to MLB Contract →
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Chad Billingsley spent 8 years with the Dodgers, but missed most of the last two seasons with elbow trouble.
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Phillies sign veteran RHP Billingsley to 1-year deal
Jose Pujols takes the 28th prospect slot in our poll by a considerable margin. He received 58 of 205 votes (28%). Andrew Pullin finished second with 30 votes. The current poll’s selections so far are listed below.
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PhuturePhillies Reader Top 30 Poll for #29
As your pal ZWR first reported to the world , the Eagles have promoted Ed Marynowitz ( allegedly pronounced, “Man-O-Witz” ) to the title of “VP of Player Personnel,” filling the void left in the wake of early January’s coup d’Chip. If anyone is wondering to themselves, “What do these guys do, exactly?” I took it upon myself to create the following extremely detailed look at the new power dynamic inside the Novacare Complex. Please enjoy, and feel free to share with your friends, relatives and other people who love to consume viral #content: Good luck, Ed! Seriously though, Hail Chip.
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INFOGRAPHIC: Inside the Eagles’ New Front Office Power Dynamics
BREAKING: Nats' Jayson Werth to serve 5 days in jail after pleading guilty to recklessly driving Porsche on 495. pic.twitter.com/2R2f2eV25X — justin jouvenal (@jjouvenal) January 29, 2015
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Nationals’ Jayson Werth sentenced to five days in jail