Upon being hired by the Phillies in December, President of Baseball Operations Dave Dombrowski instantly became the catalyst for hope and change in a Phillies organization that was sputtering.
Phillies general manager Matt Klentak has “stepped down” after failing to make the playoffs in five major league seasons.
Despite reports that Phillies general manager Matt Klentak will be retained, there is only one opinion that matters: Phillies CEO John Middleton.
According to Jim Bowden of the Athletic, the Phillies are expected to dismiss general manager Matt Klentak if the Phillies miss the playoffs
With a bullpen that was neglected in the construction of an otherwise viable team, Phillies general manager Matt Klentak should lose his job if he cannot fix this.
Phillies CEO John Middleton, general manager Matt Klentak, and President Andy MacPhail held a press conference to discuss the Gabe Kapler dismissal. Here are five takeaways.
The #2Mikes become #OneMike since Lipinski is out with the manflu! Frank Klose joins Watkins to perform an audio autopsy…
Might the Phillies be looking at wider-scale changes than manager Gabe Kapler, including president Andy MacPhail and Matt Klentak?
Phillies general manager Matt Klentak insisted that the jobs of manager Gabe Kapler and the coaching staff are safe through season’s end.