The Philadelphia Phillies 2022-2023 Off-Season Thread: Nov 6th, 2022

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Re: The Philadelphia Phillies 2022-2023 Off-Season Thread: Nov 6th, 2022

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How does a guy blow and 10+ game lead and lose the division in the regular season as well as get blown out in the POs with a team that as a $300 M payroll win MOY ?
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Re: The Philadelphia Phillies 2022-2023 Off-Season Thread: Nov 6th, 2022

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Skyjack wrote: Thu Nov 17, 2022 5:27 pm How does a guy blow and 10+ game lead and lose the division in the regular season as well as get blown out in the POs with a team that as a $300 M payroll win MOY ?
Playoffs were not a factor as the voting occurs prior

The argument would be all of the injuries that he overcame
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Re: The Philadelphia Phillies 2022-2023 Off-Season Thread: Nov 6th, 2022

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Honestly, it should have been Roberts. 111 wins is nothing to sniff at.
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Re: The Philadelphia Phillies 2022-2023 Off-Season Thread: Nov 6th, 2022

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Christopher wrote: Thu Nov 17, 2022 11:23 pm Honestly, it should have been Roberts. 111 wins is nothing to sniff at.
Thomson should have won it - but I will take him winning the NL instead
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Re: The Philadelphia Phillies 2022-2023 Off-Season Thread: Nov 6th, 2022

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Realmuto finished 7th in NL MVP voting.
He's a fairly good catcher.
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Re: The Philadelphia Phillies 2022-2023 Off-Season Thread: Nov 6th, 2022

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Tangental but of note for some of us: There's a fair chance that Twitter could go down this weekend and I honestly have no idea what the prospects of its stable return would be.
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Re: The Philadelphia Phillies 2022-2023 Off-Season Thread: Nov 6th, 2022

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Christopher wrote: Fri Nov 18, 2022 1:07 am Tangental but of note for some of us: There's a fair chance that Twitter could go down this weekend and I honestly have no idea what the prospects of its stable return would be.
How will society survive.......
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Re: The Philadelphia Phillies 2022-2023 Off-Season Thread: Nov 6th, 2022

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Coming soon: The Philaphans Tin Can & String Communication Network
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Re: The Philadelphia Phillies 2022-2023 Off-Season Thread: Nov 6th, 2022

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FolesMVP09 wrote: Fri Nov 18, 2022 1:40 am
Christopher wrote: Fri Nov 18, 2022 1:07 am Tangental but of note for some of us: There's a fair chance that Twitter could go down this weekend and I honestly have no idea what the prospects of its stable return would be.
How will society survive.......
LOL right?

It used to be fun till Covid hit then the app has been complete trash. There are few fun people worth following, and some sports and news accounts, but it's mostly people whining and bitching.
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Re: The Philadelphia Phillies 2022-2023 Off-Season Thread: Nov 6th, 2022

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It's just his opening salvo, but if Rodon wants $35M per year, it might be all the more reason to go snap up Jose Quintana on a two-year deal. Wouldn't even necessarily lock them out of more possibilities
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