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Phillies Therapy

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Being a Phillies fan isn’t always easy. Paul Boye and Matt Gelb are here to help you talk it out. Follow the show and hosts on Twitter at @PhilliesTherapy, @paul_boye, and @MattGelb
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After giving Europe a taste of their particular brand of baseball in a characteristically weird two-game set, the Phillies return home from London for an American League road test against the Red Sox and Orioles. Paul and Matt look back on London — from David Dahl to Gregory Soto — and look ahead to the Injured List cavalry of Trea Turner and Brand…
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Hoby Milner! Oliver Dunn! Matt Klentak! And some guy named Rhys Hoskins. The Brewers are in town for the Phillies' last regular set before this weekend's London Series, with a warm welcome expected for (at least) one of those guys. Paul and Matt recap the injury situation, lament Whit Merrifield a little, and look ahead to the Phils and Mets unleas…
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There is no greater equalizer, no force more compelling, no gravity more inescapable than that of some grating defeats out west. It is inevitable. The Phillies finish navigating their stretch out in The Forbidden Lands having finally lost a series and consecutive games. Now, with Ronald Acuña Jr.'s season ending prematurely, the onus is squarely on…
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Another week, another winning record. Despite some dings and dents, the Phillies kept their no-loss series streak alive. Now, they take on two more NL East rivals in what should be a slightly tougher test than the one the Marlins provided. Paul and Matt talk about roster fits and flexibility, the reemergence of Bryson Stott, and how to strategize f…
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Phillies Pitching Coach Caleb Cotham (@ceetwo35) joins Paul and Matt as his (practically) league-leading staff has helped carry the Phils to their best start in years. He shares his thoughts on preparation and injury avoidance, game planning and altering repertoires. Plus, Paul and Matt on the Trea Turner injury and what lies ahead for the middle o…
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The Phillies did what they were supposed to, and then some, sweeping consecutive home series against two downtrodden teams. Now, the tests resume on a swing across the country from Ohio to California. Paul and Matt review the team's readiness for keeping the division close, the coming rotation shuffle with Taijuan Walker's return, and take a moment…
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As we begin the final week's worth of spring games, the Phillies have a couple of injury contingencies to think about: How will Bryce Harper's ability to play 1B impact the bench spot battle, and how long will Orion Kerkering need to ramp up? Plus, Ranger's early availability and the impacts the Giants' Blake Snell move could have on the Wild Card …
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When we decided to record a new episode for this first time in roughly six weeks, very little had happened. So we asked what was on your mind...then the team immediately decided to sign Kolby Allard, and we watched Rhys Hoskins officially leave and land in Milwaukee. So Paul and Matt had a few things to talk about after all: Who's left to add? What…
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Paul and Matt stop in for one more check-in here in 2023 to talk about Scott Boras's desire to extend Bryce Harper's deal with 8 years remaining (and what that extension could possibly look like), where Rhys Hoskins might end up, Joc Pederson's strange Instagramming, and narrowing the gap between the Phillies and Braves. Thanks for listening everyo…
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The offseason is here, sooner than it should've been. Paul and Matt (briefly) revisit Game 7 before looking ahead to some of the storylines (and sneaky subplots) to watch for as the offseason goes into full swing for everyone in November. A big thank you to those whose questions and thoughts on Twitter helped guide our chat. In no particular order:…
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It's hard to complain about the first two games of this year's NLCS, and we're not about to try. The Phils go west for (if necessary) three games and the chance to repeat as National League champs. Paul and Matt extol the play of the "machine" and look ahead to the next two games, where the Phillies again hold the paper advantage.…
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It's a bit like looking at yourself in the mirror: In the '23 DBacks, the Phillies surely see shades of themselves from '22. Now, they have to put a stop that visage as their pennant defense continues. The National League Championship Series kicks off tonight; Paul and Matt walk through the names and all the looming matchups.…
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Breathing (a bit) easier after the start to the Cardinals series, Paul and Matt size up and rank the top current contenders for the Phillies' opponent in the Wild Card round. Plus a look at how (and with who) the playoff rotation might shake out behind Zack Wheeler. Is Nola still #2? Does Taijuan Walker make a start before Cris Sánchez?…
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The Phillies still have a top Wild Card spot to solidify, and a little bit of pride to save by keeping the Braves from clinching the division on their turf this week. Paul and Matt survey the pitching situation, the full-unit offensive turnaround since The Ovations, and think about the best outfield combinations as the playoffs creep closer.…
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With the long holiday weekend in the books, Paul and Matt hop on to talk about the fascinating season that is Kyle Schwarber's 2023, why the bullpen's recent struggles shouldn't conjure too many memories of last September, and a couple Old School vs. New School debates that are sure to go over well.By Paul Boye and Matt Gelb
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The Phillies can't stop hitting homers and padding their Wild Card position, and you know what? That feels pretty good. Now the Ohtani Sho(w) comes to town, pitting two franchises who could not be on more different paths against one another. Paul and Matt regroup to extol the virtues of multi-run homers, Bryson Stott possibly turning into an s-word…
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Even a flat ending to last weekend's Twins series can't take all the shine away from the Phillies' current positioning. Their play the past month-plus has helped push them to the top Wild Card seed, with a couple games' cushion to boot. Paul and Matt test the waters of confidence and extol the team's play, while thinking ahead to some upcoming rota…
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The trade deadline has passed, and the Phillies made their moves. Are Michael Lorenzen and Rodolfo Castro enough to keep this team in playoff position? Will the choice not to add a righty corner bat come back to bite them? Did the rest of the National League Wild Card contenders do enough to make the Phils sweat? Paul and Matt dive in.…
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Trades are picking up league-wide, but the Phillies have yet to make their move(s). Does the relative silence mean something different is cooking? Is a new pickup as important as getting the guys already in-house to play better? Paul and Matt check in on the even of Tuesday's trade deadline after an uninspiring weekend against the Pirates.…
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Paul and Matt run through Bryce Harper's imminent debut at first base, the latest shifts and shake-ups in the trade market, and even a little dabble in Immaculate Grid (spoilers 36:19-42:00). Editor's note: If the Phillies picked up the #4 seed, they'd likely be in line to face Atlanta if they advanced, despite what we say in the episode. The new f…
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Bryce Harper's power outage has been a bit of a concern, but he's not alone. The Phillies are lacking consistent pop up and down the lineup, which has Paul and Matt scratching their heads a bit despite the team's recent 15-5 stretch. Also, what does Alec Bohm's future hold? Plus, with the landscape of buyers and sellers still in flux, a broad look …
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Paul and Matt are feeling better than they were this time last week; winning ballgames will do that for a person. Now, having won 6 of their last 7, the Phils head back west for a swing with the first-place Diamondbacks and last-place (though buoyed!) Athletics. Travel grievances, a revisitation of 2016, and bullpen configurations within.…
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What will a "good" season in 2023 look like? Through a month and change, ERAs are way up, and offense is thriving well ahead of schedule. How does that change or perspective on the seasons various Phillies are having? How much will a change in the batting order help, hurt, or even matter? And is this week's Dollar Dog Night the last one...ever? Pau…
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