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by: Destiny Lugardo — Phillies Nation 5 Dec
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Decade of Phillies roster malpractice left them no choice but to overpay Zack Wheeler | David Murphy
by: David Murphy — The Philadelphia Inquirer 5 Dec
The Phillies are a better baseball team with free agent starter Zack Wheeler. But they are also an organization that desperately needs to develop talent.
by: Corey Seidman — NBC Sports Philadelphia 5 Dec
Zack Wheeler adds several key things the Phillies' rotation has sorely lacked in recent years. And that's if he doesn't reach his ceiling. By Corey Seidman
by: Jason Kates — Bronx to Bushville 5 Dec
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by: ROB MAADDI, AP Sports Writer — Lancaster Online 5 Dec
PHILADELPHIA (AP) — Right-hander Zack Wheeler and the Philadelphia Phillies have agreed to a $118 million, five-year contract, two people familiar with the deal told The Associated Press on Wednesday.
by: Jonah Birenbaum — The Score 5 Dec
It would've been so easy for the Philadelphia Phillies to stay quiet this winter, to invoke their failed 2019 campaign - and the spree that preceded it - as a cautionary tale and simply let the chips fall as they may next summer.After all, the...
by: Jason Kelly — Baseball Essential 5 Dec
As first reported by Marc Carig of The Athletic, the Philadelphia Phillies snagged Zack Wheeler off the free agent market on a multi-year deal. https://twitter.com/MarcCarig/status/1202306295652659200 Shortly after the news broke, Ken Rosenthal of...
by: Andy Schwartz The Morning Call — The Intelligencer 4 Dec
The contract for the right-handed starter is apparently worth $118 million.
by: Charles Odum — CBC Sports 4 Dec
Left-hander Cole Hamels agreed to a one-year, $18-million contract with the Atlanta Braves on Wednesday. In other reported moves, Zack Wheeler is headed to Philadelphia and Baltimore dealt fellow pitcher Dylan Bundy to the Los Angeles Angels.
by: Bob Brookover — The Philadelphia Inquirer 4 Dec
Wheeler’s signing should be the lesser of the two major moves the Phillies make in an effort to improve the starting pitching department.
by: Ethan Semendinger — Start Spreading the News 4 Dec
Wow. That was quick. What a day for getting the hot stove burning! Earlier, we reported about the news of Cole Hamels signing a deal with the Atlanta Braves and within hours, the rival Philadelphia Phillies made their own move. As first reported by...
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