Phillies enter intriguing offseason with difficult roster decisions

Phillies enter intriguing offseason with difficult roster decisions

Phillies enter intriguing offseason with difficult roster decisions

The Phillies might be selling low on Herrera based on his post-All-Star break numbers (.214/.279/.342) and career-worst .730 on-base plus slugging. But he’s also signed to a team-friendly contract that will pay him $5.35 million next year, $7.35 million in 2020, and $10.35 million in 2021. At that salary, he could be attractive to a team like, say, the Texas Rangers, who got a .603 OPS from their center fielders this season and happen to be Herrera’s original organization.

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Published at Fri, 12 Oct 2018 21:04:52 +0000

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