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Since the firing of manager Joe Girardi 51 games into the 2022 season, the Philadelphia Phillies have made the playoffs for two consecutive seasons under Girardi’s replacement, Rob Thomson. Many gamblers have taken a liking to the Phillies as a second-tier future market favorite. Philadelphia had a solid, though unspectacular, offseason and will again be in the hunt for a wild card spot in the National League playoffs. However, a challenge to the Atlanta Braves in the National League East race remains highly debatable.

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In 2023, the Philadelphia Phillies had a record of 90-72 and finished 2nd in the National League East Division. Offensively, Philadelphia ranked 8th for runs scored, 9th for batting average, 6th for OPS, 8th for home runs, and 7th for stolen bases. Defensively, Philadelphia ranked 12th for earned run average, 7th for WHIP, 23rd for strikeouts, 7th for quality starts, 20th for fewest errors, and 7th for bullpen ERA. Philadelphia was +121 on the moneyline and -2002 on the run line.

Last season, the Phillies did not offer much value on the moneyline and busted plenty of bankrolls on the run line. Following two playoff appearances, Philadelphia will be a popular team in the casual sector.

Key offseason acquisitions: LHP Kolby Allard, RHP Michael Rucker, RHP Max Castillo

Key offseason departures: 1B Rhys Hoskins, RHP Craig Kimbrel

The Phillies prioritized re-signing Aaron Nola, and they did. He signed a seven-year, $172 million contract in November. They wanted Nola back because they had arguably baseball’s best rotation in 2023, posting an MLB-best 17.7 fWAR. The Phils took a run at Yoshinobu Yamamoto in December, but he accepted a $325 million deal from the Dodgers.

Other than that, the Phillies have been focused on building depth in the bullpen and rotation, albeit with players who are not expected to make the 26-man roster.

The Phillies fell short of a World Series title in each of the last two seasons, but they have decided to run it back with mostly the same 26-man roster.

Certainly, the status quo isn’t inherently a bad thing, not when the team came a Game 7 away from repeating as National League champions. There wasn’t much the Phillies had to do this winter, and they checked off the biggest priority in retaining Nola. And while there are still spots here and there on this roster that could use supplementing (the bench and the bullpen, most notably), Philadelphia still lingers as a possible player for some of the bigger free agents who remain unsigned.

Philadelphia ranks 7th for MLB payroll.

Philadelphia Phillies Key Players

RHP Zack Wheeler is the number-one starter in the Philadelphia rotation. In 2023, Wheeler was 13-6 with a 3.61 ERA and 1.08 WHIP.

LHP Jose Alvarado is the Philadelphia closer. Last year, Alvarado was 0-2 with a 1.74 ERA and 1.16 WHIP with ten saves in 12 opportunities.

1B Bryce Harper mans the marquee for the Phillies. In 2023, Harper produced 84 runs, 29 doubles, 21 home runs, and 80 RBI with a .293 average and .900 OPS.

Philadelphia Phillies Manager

Rob Thomson has a career record of 155-118 with a 2022 National League pennant.

Season-by-Season Record (Since 2015)

2023 90 72 2nd Lost NLCS (Diamondbacks) 4–3
2022 87 75 3rd Lost World Series (Astros) 4–2
2021 82 80 2nd -
2020 28 32 3rd -
2019 81 81 4th -
2018 80 82 3rd -
2017 66 96 5th -
2016 71 91 4th -
2015 63 99 5th -
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