Andy Macphail

Ahead Of Schedule In Philly

From 2001-2012, the Philadelphia Phillies only produced one losing season. This stretch of baseball included the Phillies winning five consecutive National League East Titles, while also winning the World Series in 2008. But that era of Phillies baseball would die a slow death as the team's former general manager Ruben Amaro Jr. refused to trade [...]

A Rough Patch For The Phillies

2007-2011 was arguably the most successful span in the franchise history of the Philadelphia Phillies. The Philles made five consecutive trips to the playoffs which included them winning it all in 2008. However as all good things have to come to an end, the core players that helped the Phiilies win the World Series have [...]

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The Pride Of Philadelphia

From 2003-2012, the Philadelphia Phillies enjoyed one of the best 10-year runs in franchise history. The Phillies never had a losing season over that stretch as they won five National League Eastern Division Titles en route to winning the World Series in 2008. That era of Phillies baseball saw them led by a core of [...]

The Clock Is Ticking For Amaro

Ruben Amaro Jr. The Philadelphia Phiilies are in the midst of an organizational shakeup. Ryne Sandberg surprised the Phillies last week when he resigned as the team's manager which left Philadelphia scrambling to name Pete Mackanin as their interim manager. This week it was announced that Andy MacPhail would succeed Pat Gillick as [...]