Breaking News: Jason Kipnis Retires From Professional Baseball
After 10 years in the Major Leagues, Jason Kipnis has retired from professional baseball at the age of 35. Kipnis, who most notably played for the Cleveland Guardians, with brief stints with the Chicago Cubs, and Atlanta Braves, released this statement on Twitter. “There is no real ending. It’s just the place you stop the […]Read More
Phillies Bring in Veteran Utility Man
On January 21st, The Philadelphia Phillies agreed to a one-year, $2,000,000 contract with veteran utility man Josh Harrison. Harrison formerly spent time with Philadelphia’s spring training team but never played a game for the big league squad. That will change in 2023. Philadelphia gets a much-needed defensive substitute and a potential consistent bat while Bryce […]Read More
Should The Phillies Bring Back Cole Hamels?
Phillies fans know all about Cole Hamels, 2008 World Series MVP, 4x all-star, one of the “four aces” in 2011, alongside Roy Halladay, Cliff Lee, and Roy Oswalt, and a great all-around pitcher. Hamels hasn’t been on an MLB team since 2020, and he looks to make a comeback in 2023. With teams all around […]Read More