Philadelphia Phillies’ offseason reviewed

This is the latest post of MLBTR’s annual Offseason in Review series, in which we take stock of every team’s winter dealings. Time will tell if the Phillies’ offseason spending splurge ends up being fruitful or perhaps “a little bit stupid.”  But arguably no team in baseball made a bigger push toward contending in 2019 than Philadelphia, as a number of headline-grabbing transactions should have the club battling for the NL East title. Major League Signings Bryce Harper, OF: Thirteen years, $330 million Andrew McCutchen, OF: Three years, $50 million (includes $3 million buyout of $15 million club option for 2022) David Robertson, RP: Two years, $23 million (includes $2 million buyout of $12 million club option for 2021) Total spent: $403 million Trades And Claims Acquired C J.T. Realmuto from the Marlins for C Jorge Alfaro, SP Sixto Sanchez, minor-league LHP Will Stewart, and $250K in international bonus money Acquired SS Jean Segura, RP Juan Nicasio and RP James Pazos from the Mariners for 1B Carlos Santana

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