The Phillies’ Search For Pitching Depth

The Phillies acquired arguably the best pitcher in baseball earlier this offseason. As Spring Training approaches, Roy Halladay starts training every morning at 7 am and his team is considering some less formidable options in an attempt to add depth. Here are the details, from a pair of beat writers:


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6 Comments on "The Phillies’ Search For Pitching Depth"


SmackSaw
5 years 7 months ago

What team isn’t in search of pitching depth?

dylanp5030
5 years 7 months ago

Noah Lowry? He could be a good option for Rube and the crew.

ejr
5 years 7 months ago

I guess Moyer is leaning towards retirement.

5 years 7 months ago

Moyer is leaning toward being a broken down old man. And agreeing with Mr Baseball – this seems like a non-story.

jrollpatrol08
5 years 7 months ago

lets go baby! look up chien ming wang. the guys had 2 19game win seasons out of the 5 (partial) seasons he has played in. sure he is a definite injury risk and he wont be ready for opening day, but a minor league deal w/ incentives would not cost them much for a guy who DEFINITELY can/will get back to form in the NL. check it out phils–definitely worth an investment….this could easily be the guy everyone wants somewhere in their rotation real soon

CrisE
5 years 7 months ago

MIN’s Glen Perkins for a 2b/3b. Come on, he’ll be swell. Look how well Kyle Lohse has performed since MN tossed him out.