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I’ve been perplexed by the acquisition of Clay Buchholz since the move was announced. At first, I didn’t understand why the team would acquire someone coming off of such a bad season while the team had so many young arms that seem to be ready for the big leagues. Then, I could see how it might be valuable to have him eat some innings when you have Aaron Nola coming back from injuries and Vincent Velasquez not having pitched a full big league season yet
The Former Ace: The 2017 Player Preview for Clay Buchholz
via GIPHY Aaron Nola could be a future ace. Through his first 25 starts, he looked the part. The young right-hander had tossed 155 frames of 3.12 ERA, with 153 strikeouts against 18 home runs and 34 walks
CLEARWATER, Fla. – For his first four starts after the Phillies called him up from triple A last year, Jake Thompson was all arms and legs and anxiety. He had generated a fair bit of excitement, ahead of his debut with them on Aug
Editor’s Note : This is the 12th in a series of looks at the men who suited up for the 2016 Philadelphia Phillies. AJ Ellis was the last player profiled. Only 17 pitchers have pitched more games for the Philadelphia Phillies than Antonio Bastardo.
2016 Player Review: Joely Rodriguez
Editor’s Note : This is the 11th in a series of looks at the men who suited up for the 2016 Philadelphia Phillies. Zach Eflin was the last player profiled. After spending nine seasons in Los Angeles, and being in the middle of a playoff race, it made sense that A.J.
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2016 Player Review: A.J. Ellis
On the twelfth day of Christmas, the Phillies gave to me… 12 Months of rebuilding (good luck Klentak) 11 Triples from Cesar Hernandez 10 Earned runs allowed in 10.2 IP from Phil Klein (have fun in Asia) 9 RBI from Darin Ruf (have fun in LA) 8 Ball Girls a milking 7 Intentional Walks issued to Maikel Franco 6 Nightmarish appearances from Patrick Schuster (45.00 ERA) 5 Year contract to Odubel Herrera 4 Starts from $8M mistake Charlie Morton 3 Doubles in 213 at bats from Tyler Goeddel (weak) 2 Saves from future closer Hector Neris 1 More year of Jeremy Hellickson (accepted qualifying offer) and ZERO more seasons from Chooch & Howard (thanks for the memories) Previous Installments: *2006 – Volume I *2007 – Volume II *2008 – Volume III *2009 – Volume IV *2010 – Volume V *2011 – Volume VI *2012 – Volume VII *2013 – Volume VIII *2014 – Volume IX *2015 – Volume X
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Phillies 12 Days of Christmas – Volume XI