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President of Baseball Operations Dave Dombrowski may have joined the Philadelphia Phillies organization late into this past offseason, but he still was able to make a flurry of moves to significantly improve the roster — particularly its bullpen — ahead of spring training.

Even though exhibition games do not matter, manager Joe Girardi has already reaped the rewards of Dombrowski’s work by having Philadelphia Phillies Jerseys China several relievers showing promising signs thus far through the Grapefruit League schedule. Many of them are non-roster invitees who are not even part of the 40-man Phillies roster. Here are three such relievers who could end up making the team.

1. Tony Watson
It was just a few weeks ago when the Phillies made a surprising, late-offseason signing of 10-year veteran Tony Watson to a minor-league contract with an invitation to spring training.

A former National League All-Star with the Pittsburgh Pirates, Watson has been among the most consistent relievers in Major League Baseball ever since he debuted for the team back in 2011.

This past season, the left-hander appeared in 21 games for the Gabe Kapler-led San Francisco Giants and posted a strong 2.50 ERA, 0.889 WHIP, and 15-3 strikeouts-to-walks ratio across 18 innings. The same year Watson earned a trip to the Midsummer Classic, he finished the season going 10-2 with a 1.63 ERA, and recorded the most appearances among pitchers in the National League, 78.

The Iowa native made his Phillies spring debut last Sunday in the team’s 4-0 loss to the New York Yankees. He struck out each of his two batters faced — looking and swinging — before walking a third batter and getting former Phillies outfielder Jay Bruce to fly out to end the inning. In his two appearances since, Watson has similarly held opponents scoreless while throwing one inning each. Through three innings overall this spring, he has struck out five batters while walking just one.

If Watson continues to have a strong showing in spring, he just might make the team’s Opening Day roster and complement Jose Alvarado — and possibly JoJo Romero and/or Ranger Suarez — as a left-handed reliever out of the bullpen.

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The Philadelphia Phillies pitching staff fared far better as a collective whole in their 4-4 tie Monday afternoon, opposite the Baltimore Orioles at the newly renamed BayCare Ballpark.

Aaron Nola yielded the staff’s only two Philadelphia Phillies Jerseys China earned runs — a two-run home run in the top of the first inning to right fielder DJ Stewart. The right-hander allowed two hits in the first and second innings each, but also made positive strides by striking out a batter swinging and inducing a double play with his changeup.

Ramon Rosso and minor-league invitees Brandon Kintzler, Michael Ynoa, Jakob Hernandez, and David Paulino then combined to throw six innings, allowing only two hits and one walk while striking out three. Rosso did let two runs to score in the fifth, however they were unearned following a fielding error by shortstop Nick Maton.

Phillies non-roster invitee outfielder Matt Joyce was impressive in Monday’s tie.
Perhaps the Phillies player that stood out the most in the team’s second of 28 Grapefruit League exhibition games this spring was non-roster invitee outfielder Matt Joyce.

The 13-year veteran made a spectacular diving catch in right field on a Stewart line drive in the third inning — and then followed with a heads-up throw to first for the double play.

The next half-inning, Joyce launched a two-run home run to right field to give the Phillies a 4-2 lead.

Joyce — who grounded into a double play and walked in his other two plate appearances — faces a tough task to make the 26-man Phillies Opening Day roster, considering there will not be a designated hitter. Also, at least Bryce Harper, Andrew McCutchen, Brad Miller, Adam Haseley, Roman Quinn, and Scott Kingery slot ahead of him as fellow outfielders on the depth chart.

The Phillies inked Joyce last month to a minor-league deal, marking a reunion between him and Dave Dombrowski. About 15 1/2 years ago, the now-Phillies president of baseball operations selected Joyce in the 12th round of the 2005 draft while with the Detroit Tigers.

Throughout his career, Joyce has slashed .244/.343/.428 with 205 doubles, 15 triples, 147 home runs, 496 RBI, 547 walks, and 919 strikeouts across 1,357 games and nearly 4,300 plate appearances. Joyce played in 46 games for the Miami Marlins this past season, hitting .252/.351/.331 with 26 singles, four doubles, two home runs, 14 RBI, 20 walks, and 41 strikeouts through 148 plate appearances.

“[Matt is] a left-handed hitter that has been in the big leagues for an extended period,” Dombrowski told reporters after the signing. “He can play left and right field. He is a threat to come off the bench.”

Joyce will need several solid performances over the coming weeks — like the one he had on Monday — if he wants to make the Opening Day roster.

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Although Andrew Knapp showed great signs of improvement this past season, another catcher in Philadelphia Phillies spring training camp should come away with the nod as the backup catcher to J.T. Realmuto for the 2021 season — non-roster invitee Jeff Mathis.

Mathis is a well-traveled 37-year-old veteran Wholesale Philadelphia Phillies Jerseys with eye-popping offensive numbers. No, not eye-popping in a good way, but rather numbers so abysmal at the plate. It may be confusing why he’s rostered each year, but when you look at his defensive numbers, it’s easy to understand.

Mathis played in 110 games over the past two seasons with the Texas Rangers. Over 290 at-bats across those two seasons, he slashed just .159/.212/.252. The highest OPS Mathis has ever posted in a full season was .642 back in 2012 with the Toronto Blue Jays.

Jeff Mathis brings intriguing value other than offensive numbers at the plate.
In his 16 seasons in the big leagues, teams have looked past Mathis’ hitting because of how much of a difference-maker he is defensively. His defensive output and work with the Rangers pitching staff over the past two years earned him another shot at the majors.

Throughout his career, Mathis has made a difference for some of the league’s best pitchers. When Mathis was with the Miami Marlins, he was the primary catcher for the late Jose Fernandez. The 2013 National League Rookie of the Year Award winner posted a 1.56 ERA with Mathis behind the dish. And, when Mathis moved onto the Arizona Diamondbacks, he became the batterymate to fellow All-Star Zack Greinke.

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Mathis isn’t just someone you pair with a young pitcher, but a player who can maximize a veteran’s effectiveness. The 2019 season was when Mathis’ defensive impact and presence behind the plate came into the forefront of Rangers baseball. Lance Lynn and Mike Minor finished top 10 in Cy Young Award voting. Mathis caught in more than half (86) of the team’s 162 games — including 50 of the combined starts between the two pitchers. When Mathis was behind the plate, the ERA of the duo was 3.37. When someone else caught, their ERAs were a combined 4.65. This shows a direct correlation between pitcher success and Mathis being behind the plate.

Jeff Mathis could be an immediate difference-maker on the Phillies roster.
With catcher being the hardest defensive position in baseball, you can excuse the poor offensive numbers if the catcher can drastically affect a pitching staff like he has. Throughout his career, Mathis has been tremendous at framing pitches. He boasts a career FRAA (framing runs above average) of 93.8. This means that Mathis has saved more than 93 runs from scoring just from how well he frames his pitches.

Although Knapp made great offensive strides in 2020, the Phillies need someone to come in and help elevate the pitching staff when J.T Realmuto is not behind the plate. Mathis should be the Phillies backup catcher this coming season.

He just might take Aaron Nola and Zack Wheeler to Cy Young Award contention.