Philadelphia Phillies 2021-22 offseason tracker

BOSTON, MA - JULY 5: Boston Red Sox President of Baseball Operations Dave Dombrowski talks on the phone before a game between the Boston Red Sox and the Texas Rangers on July 5, 2016 at Fenway Park in Boston, Massachusetts. (Photo by Billie Weiss/Boston Red Sox/Getty Images)
BOSTON, MA - JULY 5: Boston Red Sox President of Baseball Operations Dave Dombrowski talks on the phone before a game between the Boston Red Sox and the Texas Rangers on July 5, 2016 at Fenway Park in Boston, Massachusetts. (Photo by Billie Weiss/Boston Red Sox/Getty Images) /
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The Philadelphia Phillies have a lot of needs, a few wants, and some things on the agenda that are a mix of both.

They need at least one starting pitcher, multiple bullpen arms, possibly a new closer, and some new blood in the outfield, now that they have declined the option on Andrew McCutchen’s contract and parted ways with Odúbel Herrera.

It sounds like Dave Dombrowski wants to replace Didi Gregorius with one of the many superstar shortstops on the free-agent market, but considering he is owed $14M on the final year of his contract, that might not be financially responsible. Then again, Dombrowski is known for his occasional financial irresponsibility, and it’s helped him win championships.

The Phillies have money to spend and roster spots to fill. With the Atlanta Braves now the reigning World Champs, the pressure is even higher to make the 2022 Phillies a legitimate threat.

Phillies free agency tracker

Ronald Torreyes is a free agent but could be brought back 

MLB insider predicts the Phillies re-sign Archie Bradley

The Phillies have signed reliever Corey Knebel

Phillies free agents lost

Ronald Torreyes – Elected free agency

Hector Neris – Signed two-year deal with Houston Astros

Roman Quinn – Non-tendered

Phillies trade rumors

Aaron Nola for this Yankees strikeout machine?

– Phillies aggressively pursuing

Phillies payroll 2022

Phillies 2022 luxury tax payroll as of 11/8/21: $166,342,948
Phillies 2022 projected payroll ceiling: $200M, go big or stay home

Available to spend: $43,657,052

Via Spotrac

Phillies top prospects 2022

Mick Abel — RHP
Bryson Stott — SS
Andrew Painter — RHP
*Hans Crouse — RHP
Francisco Morales — RHP
Johan Rojas — OF
Ethan Wilson — OF
Luis Garcia — SS
Erik Miller — LHP
Jhailyn Ortiz — OF

Via MLB.com
* Denotes players who have already debuted

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