The Philadelphia Phillies underwent an off-season filled with change that has led to plenty of optimism for 2018. It all starts with Gabe Kapler, the new manager of the Philadelphia Phillies. Kapler hopes to turn this young Philadelphia team into a winner. The Phillies added slugger Carlos Santana on a 3 year, $60 million contract. Santana will provide a much needed veteran presence and source of power in the middle of a very young lineup. This off-season also saw Philadelphia bring in a pair of elite middle relievers - Tommy Hunter and Pat Neshek.
Both Maikel Franco and Tommy Joseph provide some pop to the Phillies lineup. With Santana now in the fold, Franco and Joseph could be due for even bigger years. Odubel Herrera has also progressed nicely as a center fielder and top of the order threat. Top prospects J.P Crawford and Jorge Alfaro will look to improve in 2018 after making their debuts last year.
In 2017 Aaron Nola emerged as one of the best young pitchers in the majors. The 24-year old led the Phillies in wins, ERA, and strikeouts, and he will likely only improve from here. Behind Nola, Jerad Eickhoff and Vince Velasquez plan to solidify the Phillies starting rotation. If there is improvement in the starting rotation, the Phillies could take major strides this season.
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