Phillies Offseason: How we would approach the future

CHICAGO, IL - MAY 01: Tommy Joseph
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PHILADELPHIA, PA – APRIL 25: A lone fan sits in the stands before the game is postponed between the Miami Marlins and Philadelphia Phillies at Citizens Bank Park on April 25, 2017 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. (Photo by Drew Hallowell/Getty Images)
PHILADELPHIA, PA – APRIL 25: A lone fan sits in the stands before the game is postponed between the Miami Marlins and Philadelphia Phillies at Citizens Bank Park on April 25, 2017 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. (Photo by Drew Hallowell/Getty Images) /

We, the faithful phans of the Philadelphia Phillies, are ready to make our voices heard and our plans known

Having the worst record in baseball is never something a team strives for nor expects when pitchers and catcher report in February. The first sign of summer brings hope to all fans through the blizzards, who know summer and Phillies baseball aren’t far away.

Despite the addition of veterans to one of baseball’s youngest teams, the Phillies are at the lowest of lows. In the end, they could go down as the worst team in baseball history.

We the fans are ready to speak our mind and voice our opinions on how this rebuild should be conducted. Not through careless spending or the mismanagement of young players, but through thoughtful consideration and research.

The writers of TBOH have each developed their plan going into the trade deadline and offseason.

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