Phillies Announce More Big Front Office News

Tyler Maher
The Philadelphia Phillies announced some major front office news on Monday.
The Philadelphia Phillies announced some major front office news on Monday. / ASSOCIATED PRESS

It's been a big offseason for the Philadelphia Phillies so far. Not only did they sign Trea Turner to a massive contract, but they also extended president of baseball operations Dave Dombrowski.

The Phillies announced more similar moves on Monday after extending the contracts of several other front office personnel.

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Philadelphia announced on Monday that general manager Sam Fuld and assistant general managers Ned Rice and Jorge Velandia will all be sticking around awhile. All three have been extended through the 2025 season, while Dombrowski is under contract through 2027.

In addition to serving as a reward for guiding the Phillies to the World Series appearance in 2022, these new contracts also ensure continuity and cohesion in Philadelphia's front office for the next few years. The Phillies are clearly all-in on their current leadership regime and believe they have the right people in place to contend for a championship over the next couple of seasons.

The optimism is certainly warranted after Philadephia came within two games of winning a title last year. The Phillies are loaded with talent and are built to win now. They currently have the seventh-best World Series odds for 2023 (+1100) on FanDuel Sportsbook's MLB odds.

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