Tag Archives: Rhys Hoskins

Philadelphia Phillies 2019 Team Preview

Matt Bishop | March 12th, 2019

Toronto Blue Jays v Philadelphia Phillies : News Photo

The city of Philadelphia is on fire right now and it came with a $330 million price tag. If you have lived under a rock for the last few weeks or been out of the country on extended leave, the Philadelphia Phillies signed Bryce Harper to a 13 year, $330 million contract, which is the largest contract in baseball history and makes him one of the highest paid athletes on the planet. Even without the Harper signing, the Phillies have had one of the best off-seasons in recent memory, signing one of the best hitting catchers in the game, while also adding some clarity to their bullpen. And it doesn’t stop there.

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MLB Players Who Could Slump in 2019

Givanni Damico | February 25th, 2019

We see it every year. A player who has been good during the course of his career has a down year or a breakout year. It happens. Last year, it was Eric Hosmer, Kris Bryant (for his standards), and Jake Arrieta who underperformed. Who will it be this year? No one can know for sure, but I will definitely give my input (with the help of other members of the Scorecrow team).

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What Have You Done For Me Lately?

Brian Handzel |November 1st, 2018

Revisiting the Minor League All-Stars a Year Later

For the first installment, I am going to be taking a look at the 2017 Triple-A All-Stars to see how they performed during the 2018 season. I will be highlighting Rhys Hoskins, who was playing for the Lehigh Valley Iron Pigs in the International League and Christian Walker who was playing for the Reno Aces in the Pacific Coast League. Continue reading

A Look Back At The 2017 Futures Game

Brian Handzel | July 14th, 2018

This Sunday, July 15th the world can watch the future stars of Major League Baseball before they actually become household names when the United States takes on the World for the annual Futures Game. I’m going to take a look back at last year’s Future Game to see who has made it and who is still progressing through the ranks of the Minor Leagues.

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