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Philadelphia Phillies need some internal bullpen help.
Outside of acquiring a semi-injured Jose Alvarado, the Philadelphia Phillies have done absolutely nothing to address their league worst bullpen. There’s still time for Dave Dombrowski and company to add relievers this offseason, but the clock is definitely ticking. As of right now, it looks like the organization is banking on some internal options.

The Phillies had two young relievers stick out last season: Connor Brogdon and JoJo Romero. Both have their flaws and both have a level of excitement to them. Ultimately speaking, both will have to contribute in a big way this season.

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After a shaky first three outings in the MLB, Connor Brogdon actually ended up dominating the month of September. He went 8.2 innings without allowing a run, and only allowed one hit during that span as well. He struck out 14 during this stretch, posting a stunningly low opponent batting average of .037.

This month long stretch of elite bullpen work may actually be playing a factor into the Phillies lack of bullpen moves at the moment, as their could be some internal belief that Brogdon is poised to develop into a lockdown reliever. His stuff was definitely impressive during that final six game stretch, and his velocity was surprisingly high. All good stuff for a guy who could genuinely end up being the Phillies best reliever in 2021.

Brogdon is only 25 years old, but I’m super high on the right-hander’s ability. Thrusting him into a closer/set-up role might be premature, but it could also help showcase his best stuff when it’s all said and done.

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