MILWAUKEE -- With an eye toward how teams across Major League Baseball spent 2018 experimenting with openers, and the way relievers spent the last few postseasons elbowing themselves more and more onto the big stage, this October, and which team survives.
by: Jordan Bastian — MLBlogs: Major League Bastian 4 Oct
Shane Bieber was in the early portion of his offseason, following a whirlwind summer.
by: Jeff Wilson — Star-Telegram 3 Oct
General manager Jon Daniels stirred up some angst Tuesday at the mention of the Texas Rangers not being big players in free agency. That’s what building teams do, and the Rangers are rebuilding. Get used to it.
by: firstname.lastname@example.org (Mark Feldmann) — The Journal Times 3 Oct
CHICAGO — It’s hard to pinpoint exactly when the changing of the guard began, but Labor Day 2018 seems like the obvious starting point.
by: Matthew Veasey — Phillies Nation 3 Oct
The Lakewood BlueClaws became the ‘Low-A’ minor league affiliates of the Philadelphia Phillies beginning with their relocation to that New Jersey community for the 2000 season. The BlueClaws play their home games at FirstEnergy Park. Built in 2001, the...
by: Scott Lauber — Philly.com 2 Oct
You get the feeling that the Phillies of Klentak and Kapler will always make data-driven decisions.
by: George Stockburger — Fansided: That Balls Outta Here 2 Oct
The Phillies aren't in the playoffs, but several alumni are with other teams For the seventh consecutive season the Phillies failed to reach the playoffs. ...
by: Paul Sullivan — Chicago Tribune 2 Oct
On Monday afternoon at Wrigley Field, thousands of fans in the crowd of 38,450 were chanting “Let’s go Brewers!” early and often in Milwaukee’s 3-1 win over the Cubs in Game 163.
by: Rob Parent email@example.com @ReluctantSE on Twitter — Delco Times 15 Oct
PHILADELPHIA >> The sinking ship Phillies was listing toward a 10-game losing streak Saturday night with no possibility of an autumn bailout. That didn't prevent Aaron Nola from providing one
by: NBC Sports Philadelphia — Yahoo Sports 30 Sep
Aaron Nola made The Leap in 2018, showing off a consistent mastery of all four of his pitches. What is left for Nola to improve going forward? By Corey Seidman
by: Corey Seidman — NBC Sports Philadelphia 30 Sep
A common refrain lately has been that the Phillies have as many questions heading into 2019 as they did before the season. So, what did we learn this year? By Corey Seidman
by: Matt Breen — Philly.com 30 Sep
The Phillies scored three times in the seventh inning, which was enough to ensure that the Phillies will not be the first team National League team since 1937 to end the season with a double-digit losing streak.