Phillies Look to Make Most out of What They Have

Posted on April 21, 2015 by


The 2015 Phillies’ year is not looking too promising. They are projected to lose over 100 games (out of 162) and to be the worst team in baseball.

This would be only the third time in the franchise that they would lose 100 games and would go down in the record books as one of the worst teams ever. Yes that’s right, ever!

This is a rebuilding year for the Phillies in the sense that they have the youngest roster in baseball and are looking to trade some of their older players to get good prospects.

The starting lineup for opening day will be:
1. Ben Revere, Leftfield.
2. Odubel Herrera, Centerfield.
3. Chase Utley, Second Base.
4. Ryan Howard, First Base.
5. Carlos Ruiz, Catcher.
6. Grady Sizemore, Rightfield.
7. Cody Asche, Third Base.
8. Freddy Galvis. Shortstop.
9. Cole Hamels, Starting Pitcher.

This year’s opening day line-up is like none other. Fans are not really excited for this year as they would have been in year’s past.

“Yeah, I’m not expecting much out of them this year,” senior Matt Hook said.

The Phillies will look to make the best out of their season with the line-up that they have. A majority of their players have never played in a Major League game yet.

The Phillies will open up their season against the Boston Red Sox at home in Citizen Bank Park. Despite the grim outlook, some fans are still optimistic.

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