Friday, November 28, 2014
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How to fix the Phillies

The Daily News' Ryan Lawrence looks at ways to fix the Phillies, a team that went .500 this season and missed the playoffs after making the postseason every year since 2007.

The Daily News' Ryan Lawrence looks at ways to fix the Phillies, a team that went .500 this season and missed the playoffs after making the postseason every year since 2007.
PART THREE: THE PITCHERS
High Cheese: A bullpen really is a conglomerate of four different positions: the closer, the set-up man, the specialist, and the long man.
PART TWO: THE OUTFIELD
High Cheese: Center field is the position that offers the most options thanks to the relative abundance of free agents.
High Cheese: The Phillies have a blank slate in corner outfield. Domonic Brown and Darin Ruf both have options.
PART ONE: THE INFIELD
High Cheese: Evaluating Jimmy Rollins is always a complicated task because of the varying perceptions that surround him.
High Cheese: The Phillies have a vacancy at third base, but they don't have much in the way of options for filling it.
High Cheese: The Daily News' David Murphy breaks down how the Phillies can improve their play at first next season.
High Cheese: The Daily News' David Murphy provides an in-depth look at how the Phillies can get more out of second.

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