The MLB trade deadline has come and gone, and the Philadelphia Phillies are already looking toward 2013. After buying big in recent years, Ruben Amaro Jr. and the Phillies were forced to sell this summer. That's the cost of doing business when your $173 million roster sits in last place in the NL East with a 45-57 record. Going into the last two months of the regular season, the Phillies have many more questions than answers.
After five consecutive National League East Division titles, Ruben Amaro Jr. and the Philadelphia Phillies have earned the right to change the plan a bit. The weeks leading up to the 2012 MLB trade deadline have been filled with var... Read Post
The Philadelphia Phillies were one of MLB's biggest disappointments through most of the 2012 season. That led general manager Ruben Amaro, Jr. to become a seller for the first time at the July 31 trade deadline. Hunter Pence was tra... Read Post