The Phillies infield will come at you from a couple of angles. See, it wasn’t a typo.
Everyone will get their shot in a Phillies outfield made up of players reaching for their ceilings.
Let’s see what a year of fermentation has done for Hellboy the kids. Also, Clay Buchholz.
The Phillies are going to let us get attached to Hellboy, and then trade him when we’re at our most vulnerable.
The Phillies bullpen has been pieced together after six weeks of extremely exciting pre-season relief pitching.
Forgetting to lay out the traps at the end of last season, the Phillies arrived in Clearwater with an infestation of backstops in the clubhouse.
It appears as though Gomez will be the team’s closer, at least to start the season.
The Phillies’ off-season acquisition of Joaquin Benoit will bring much-needed stability to the back of the bullpen in 2017.
The Phillies’ off-season search for middle-of-the-lineup power ended with Michael Saunders.
You might know him as Mr. Consistently Inconsistent
The longtime Phillie flashed power and defense in 2016, but his future with the team remains in question
Velasquez is trying to give the Phillies reasons why he stands out in the crowd.
Can he find himself again in 2017?
The Phils’ reliable right-handed starting pitcher is so so dang consistent.
Somebody upgraded the second baseman in 2016. He still needed some tinkering.
Oh, that’s right. We haven’t been watching every player in training camp develop for the last few years.
It’s a new beginning for the Phillies first baseman, and for the Phillies at first base.
Herrera was the team’s lone All-Star in 2016.