Tommy Pham is a name Phillies fans will certainly remember from this past season. As a member of the NL champion Arizona Diamondbacks, Pham played a small role in ending the Phillies' quest to get back to the World Series. But that doesn't mean we have to hold that against him.
At 35 years old, Pham had a solid season split between the New York Mets and Diamondbacks. No stranger to being dealt by teams, Pham has played for seven teams in ten seasons. Tommy Pham will certainly be wearing a new hat in 2024. Should it be with the Phillies?
The only reason to be skeptical of Tommy Pham signing with the Phillies this offseason is due to his lack of time playing center field in recent seasons. Sure, the Phillies could add a left fielder capable of the occasional start in center field, but that depends on how the Phillies plan to use Christian Pache or other internal options at the minor league level in 2024.
Pham's numbers from last season were pretty solid, with a .256 batting average, 16 home runs, 68 RBI, and 22 stolen bases. Signing Pham would make sense for a Phillies team looking to create chaos with a deeper lineup in 2024.