SAN DIEGO – While the Phillies are often called a rebuilding team, they’re probably more of a dismantling one at the moment.
SAN DIEGO — Sitting in the Phillies’ war room at the winter meetings Monday, Ruben Amaro Jr. was talking about — what else?
Cliff Lee, whose 2014 season ended when he walked off the mound in Washington with a sore left elbow on July 31, has been cleared to begin his offseason throwing program.
PHOENIX — Pat Gillick, the man who first admitted that the Phillies had embarked on a rebuilding effort, the man who, as interim club president, currently oversees project manager Ruben Amaro Jr.,
Over the next few weeks, we will take a look at free agents and trade candidates who, given the organization's direction, could fit with the Phillies in 2015 and beyond.