Player Previews & Exit Interviews

2014 Phillies Preview: Ruben Amaro Jr.


Let's see what the numbers have to say about Ruben Amaro Jr.'s tenure as the Phillies GM. (Hint: it's not good!)

2014 Player Preview: Jimmy Rollins


Jimmy Rollins' 2013 was his worst since his sophomore season way back in 2002. Was it a blip or is it a sign of things to come?

2014 Phillies Player Preview: The Supercomputer


So the Phillies might be buying a supercomputer, right? I guess we ought to preview its season, too.

2014 Phillies Player Preview: The Bullpen


Much of the focus will remain on Jonathan Papelbon's ever-slowing fastball and Antonio Bastardo's ability to throw strikes and not get suspended for cheating. But here, we look at the rest of the...

2014 Phillies Player Preview: Antonio Bastardo


I will go through this entire preview without making a butt joke.

2014 Phillies Player Preview: Chase Utley


I like watching Chase Utley play baseball.

2014 Previews - Oh God Why Did I Choose Papelbon


This probably seemed like a good idea at the time. Philly's $58 dollar man is back for another round of woeful autoilluminated riverdance, but maybe we can find a bright light in that tunnel of shame.

2014 Phillies Player Previews: the coaching staff


Who the hell are these people.

2014 Phillies Player Preview: Domonic Brown


Domonic Brown had yet another disappointing, horrible year in 2013, hitting zero home runs and proving everyone right about how bad he is. Plus, he likes the Cowboys! Yuck! In conclusion, left...

2014 Phillies Player Preview: Ryan Howard


He is perhaps the most important non-pitcher on the Phillies, and everyone is counting on him to do something he hasn't been able to do in years... stay healthy and hit lots of home runs. Can Ryan...


2014 Phillies Player Preview: Jake Diekman


This gangly lefty with high-90s heat and spotty command could emerge as the breakout star of a young and talented relief corps

2014 Phillies Player Preview: Cody Asche


He's not Mike Schmidt. But he's also not Mike Young.

2014 Phillies Player Preview: Ben Revere


The light-hitting center fielder started slow but picked up steam in a big way in 2013 until a freak injury sidelined him for half of last season. Is Ben Revere the Phils' center fielder of the...

2013 Phillies Exit Interviews: John Lannan


But doctor, John Lannan is Pagliacci!

2013 Phillies Exit Interview: Jake Diekman


Jake Diekman throws haaaaaard. Newly improved with fewer walks.

2013 Phillies Exit Interview: Roy Halladay


Oh Roy. I'm so sorry.

2013 Exit Interview: Cliff Lee


Once again, Cliff Lee was outstanding in 2013. And once again, the Phillies wasted his great performance. Can he keep it up?

Issue Number One: Crappy Infielders


ISSUE NUMBER TWO: Pete Orr, Michael Martinez, Steven LeRud and Steve Susdorf.

2013 Phillies Exit Interview: Darin Ruf


Darin Ruf proved to be a power-hitting country boy that could hit the ball a mile, but did he prove he can do much else? And what will his role be in 2014?

2013 Phillies Exit Interview: Jonathan Papelbon


Jonathan Papelbon made a lot of people very mad in 2013. And the declining closer proved to be a huge waste of money. But was he as bad as everyone made him out to be?

Exit Interview: Ben Revere


Oh Rev Run, a sad Delaware Valley turns its eye towards you. While the Phillies failed us this season, your unwavering enthusiasm kept us smiling deep into autumn.

2013 Exit Interviews: Kevin Frandsen


2013 Exit Interviews: Kevin Frandsen; Good guy, not good season.

2013 Exit Interview: Erik Kratz


A top priority this offseason will be catcher. Who better to discuss it with than Phillies backstop, Erik Kratz.

2013 Exit Interview: John Mayberry Jr.


In which The Good Phight explains why exactly John Mayberry Jr. bothers you so frigging much

2013 Phillies Exit Interviews: Tyler Cloyd


Our 2012 Paul Owens Award pitcher leaves us without much fanfare.

Phillies 2013 Exit Interviews - Chad Durbinplayrun


Apparently not satisfied without a Chad in the bullpen, Ruben Amaro Jr. signed Chad Chad Durbin last offseason to provide a veteran presence or some bullshit like that.

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