The Phillies still haven't gotten any younger this offseason, a fact that manager Ryne Sandberg is reminded of often.
After running down high-priced talents such as Cliff Lee and Roy Halladay and digging deeply into their wallets to extend the contracts of homegrown players such as Ryan Howard and Cole Hamels the
On Sunday, we explained why the call for the Phillies to get younger is much more complicated than most realize.
There was an eye-opening fact exposed the other day by Jayson Stark: Since 1900, only four teams have gotten 120-plus games out of five players age 34 or older.
At the start of spring training last season, Chase Utley said: "Age is a number -- it depends on how you treat your body and how you take care of it."