Nov 192010
 
Phillies Runaround: 11.19.10; Free Agency, Werth, Ibanez, more...

November 19: Philadelphia Phillies news and stories from around the web… Bullpen, Werth remain on Phillies’ agenda November 19 MLB.com: “Phillies general manager Ruben Amaro Jr. found himself at the Orlando, Fla., airport around noon ET on Thursday. He had been in Florida for much of the week for the General Managers Meetings, where he [More…]

Nov 182010
 
Phillies Runaround: 11.18.10; Amaro, Werth, Boras MIA, more...

November 18: Philadelphia Phillies news and stories from around the web… For Phillies GM Amaro, quiet means busy November 18 Philadelphia Daily News columnist Bill Conlin: “Many major league baseball general managers would hear the word omerta and start checking baseball-reference.com for a Latino middle infielder. Omerta is a Sicilian-originated word for an oath of silence, [More…]

Nov 172010
 
Phillies Runaround: 11.17.10; GM Meetings, Cliff Lee talk, more...

November 17: Philadelphia Phillies news and stories from around the web… Phillies GM Amaro won’t talk about any moves to reacquire Cliff Lee November 17 Philadelphia Daily News: “Ruben Amaro Jr. is more than willing to express gratitude to the 3.6 million fans who flooded the Phillies’ bank accounts with ticket dollars this season. Just [More…]

Amaro stays quiet on his Werth plan

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Nov 142010
 
Amaro stays quiet on his Werth plan

November 14 Philadelphia Inquirer: “The final destination for the free-agent rightfielder is the primary focus of Phillies fans right now. We don’t really know where the Jayson Werth issue ranks on Ruben Amaro Jr.’s list of things to do or how much money he has to do it, but we can safely assume it’s at [More…]

Sep 152010
 
Three prospects still have work to do, Amaro says

September 15 Philadelphia Inquirer: “This much, Ruben Amaro Jr. stressed: The three prospects the Phillies acquired in an off-season trade with Seattle for Cliff Lee are young. The general manager said his staff understood that at the time of the deal. Plenty of development was still needed. With that said, the first year in the [More…]