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A quick end-of-offseason update on the new homes of the players who came and went after the 2019 season ended

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There were 56 different players who suited up for the Phillies last season, thanks in no small part to both injuries and a revolving door of optionable spare parts. Of those 56, many left Philly behind for new homes, but some are back for a second try and chasing a winning season (and more!) here with the Phillies.

With players reporting to camp this week (if they aren’t there already!), here’s a glossary of Former Phillies Greats and where they’ve ended up for the start of the 2020 season. Consider it one final send-off to the 2019 season, as we round the corner headlong into 2020. It’s okay, you can admit you were curious about Mike Morin’s whereabouts.

As of 2/17/2020.


Cesar Hernandez

2019 w/Phillies: .279/.333/.408 in 161 games
Where He Went: Cleveland, 1 year/$6.25 million

Maikel Franco

2019 w/Phillies: .234/.297/.409 in 123 games
Where He Went: Kansas City, 1 year/$2.95 million

Sean Rodriguez

2019 w/Phillies: .223/.348/.375 in 76 games
Where He Went: Miami, minor league deal w/invite

Corey Dickerson

2019 w/Phillies: .293/.307/.579 in 34 games
Where He Went: Miami, 2 years/$17.5 million

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Brad Miller

2019 w/Phillies: .263/.331/.610 in 66 games
Where He Went: St. Louis, 1 year/$2 million

Logan Morrison

2019 w/Phillies: .200/.263/.400 in 29 games
Where He Went: Milwaukee, minor league deal w/invite

Aaron Altherr

2019 w/Phillies: .034/.067/.069 in 22 games
Where He Went: NC Dinos (KBO), 1 year/$800 thousand

Jose Pirela

2019 w/Phillies: .235/.316/.471 in 12 games
Where He Went: Hiroshima Toyo Carp (NPB), 1 year/$600 thousand

Philadelphia Phillies v Washington Nationals
Pirela
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Mitch Walding

2019 w/Phillies: 0 hits in 2 games
Where He Went: Still a free agent

Dylan Cozens

2019 w/Phillies: 0 hits in 1 game
Where He Went: Tampa Bay, 2-year minor league deal (in 2019)

Rob Brantly

2019 w/Phillies: 0 hits in 1 game
Where He Went: San Francisco, minor league deal w/invite

Jerad Eickhoff

2019 w/Phillies: 5.71 ERA in 58.1 innings
Where He Went: San Diego, minor league deal w/invite

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Eickhoff
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Drew Smyly

2019 w/Phillies: 4.45 ERA in 62.2 innings
Where He Went: San Francisco, 1 year/$4 million

Jason Vargas

2019 w/Phillies: 5.37 ERA in 55.1 innings
Where He Went: Still a free agent

Juan Nicasio

2019 w/Phillies: 4.75 ERA in 47.1 innings
Where He Went: Texas, minor league deal w/invite

Drew Anderson

2019 w/Phillies: 7.50 ERA in 6 innings
Where He Went: Chicago White Sox, minor league deal w/invite

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Blake Parker

2019 w/Phillies: 5.04 ERA in 25 innings
Where He Went: Phillies, minor league deal w/invite

Pat Neshek

2019 w/Phillies: 5.00 ERA in 18 innings
Where He Went: Still a free agent

Nick Vincent

2019 w/Phillies: 1.93 ERA in 14 innings
Where He Went: San Francisco, minor league deal w/invite

Miami Marlins v Philadelphia Phillies
Vincent
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Fernando Salas

2019 w/Phillies: 6.75 ERA in 2.2 innings
Where He Went: Still a free agent

Tommy Hunter

2019 w/Phillies: 0.00 ERA in 5.1 innings
Where He Went: Phillies, 1 year/$850 thousand

Mike Morin

2019 w/Phillies: 5.79 ERA in 28 innings
Where He Went: Milwaukee, minor league deal w/invite

Jared Hughes

2019 w/Phillies: 3.91 ERA in 23 innings
Where He Went: Houston, minor league deal w/invite

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Edubray Ramos

2019 w/Phillies: 5.40 ERA in 15 innings
Where He Went: Los Angeles Dodgers, minor league deal w/invite

Yacksel Rios

2019 w/Phillies: 13.50 ERA in 2.2 innings
Where He Went: Pittsburgh, waiver claim (in 2019)