Phillies land Zack Wheeler, for a fairly steep price

There was a serious doubt that the Mets would be able to sign all of the players still on the team last year. Zack Wheeler was deemed one that the Mets didn’t keep in the fold, they did give him a qualifying offer of $17.8M for this season but it was declined by Wheeler to stay with the Mets. The Phillies signed him yesterday for 5 years and $118M –…

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Former Phillies Prospect Carlos Carrasco Wins Comeback Award

Former Phillies prospect Carlos Carrasco, who has recently dealt with a cancer diagnosis, has been named American League Comeback Player of the Year. Amid Philadelphia Phillies news on Wednesday that they have signed right-hander Zack Wheeler and remain engaged in talks with free-agent infielder Didi Gregorius, one of the organization’s former right-handed pitching prospects earned […] Former Phillies Prospect Carlos Carrasco Wins Comeback Award – That Balls Outta Here –…

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Phillies 2008 World Series MVP Cole Hamels Signs with Braves

The Phillies’ Zack Wheeler signing comes just minutes after missing out on a reunion with Cole Hamels, who has signed a one-year deal with the Braves. Despite the rumored mutual interest between the Philadelphia Phillies and free-agent LHP Cole Hamels, the 2008 World Series Most Valuable Player will not reunite with his former team this […] Phillies 2008 World Series MVP Cole Hamels Signs with Braves – That Balls Outta…

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Sources – Zack Wheeler joins Phillies on five-year deal worth $118 million – ESPN

Sources – Zack Wheeler joins Phillies on five-year deal worth $118 million  ESPN Phillies sign starter Zack Wheeler to five-year, $118 million contract, report says  CBS Sports Phillies agree to five-year, $118 million deal with free agent starter Zack Wheeler  USA TODAY Reports: Philadelphia Phillies Sign Starting Pitcher Zack Wheeler To 5-Year, $118 Million Contract  CBS Philly Zack Wheeler picks Philadelphia Phillies over Chicago White Sox, agrees to 5-year, $118 million deal  Chicago Sun-Times View…

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Phillies make a splash, ink free agent Zack Wheeler to five-year deal

The Philadelphia Baseball Review has confirmed the Phillies have an agreement in place with right-handed starter Zack Wheeler. Marc Carig of The Athletic first reported the signing on Wednesday afternoon. It’s a five-year deal worth just under $120 million, per sources. Wheeler, 29, spent five seasons with the New York Mets and finished 11-8 with a 3.96 ERA in 31 starts last season. He was a first-round draft pick in…

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Phillies sign free agent Zack Wheeler to 5-year deal, according to sources – NBCSports.com

Phillies sign free agent Zack Wheeler to 5-year deal, according to sources  NBCSports.com Phillies sign free agent Zack Wheeler to 5-year deal, according to sources – NBCSports.com Author: From Feed: https://news.google.com/news/feeds?pz=1&cf=all&ned=us&hl=en&q=Philadelphia+Phillies&output=rss Powered by WPeMatico

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Phillies Sign RHP Zack Wheeler to Five-Year Deal

The Phillies have reportedly signed right-handed starting pitcher Zack Wheeler to a five-year deal worth more than $100 million. Two National League East teams added a starting pitcher on Wednesday: the Atlanta Braves and Philadelphia Phillies. While the Braves brought back 2008 World Series Most Valuable Player Cole Hamels to the National League East on a […] Phillies Sign RHP Zack Wheeler to Five-Year Deal – That Balls Outta Here –…

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LSU Plans to Honor Phillies’ Aaron Nola After $200K Donation

Phillies ace RHP Aaron Nola’s alma mater, LSU, is planning to name its new pitching development center after him following his $200,000 donation. Philadelphia Phillies ace RHP Aaron Nola has not been in the headlines much, if at all, since his final start of the 2019 season on September 24. Yet, on Tuesday, the five-year […] LSU Plans to Honor Phillies’ Aaron Nola After $200K Donation – That Balls Outta…

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Phillies Part Ways with Infielders Maikel Franco, Cesar Hernandez

Two of the Phillies’ longest-tenured players, Maikel Franco and Cesar Hernandez, have been non-tendered, thus making them free-agents. After much speculation, the Philadelphia Phillies’ two longest tenured players will officially not return for another season under new manager Joe Girardi. Monday evening, the club declined to tender contracts to third baseman Maikel Franco and second […] Phillies Part Ways with Infielders Maikel Franco, Cesar Hernandez – That Balls Outta Here…

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