How will the Phillies replace Clay Condrey?

While Clay Condrey was never the biggest name in the Phillies bullpen, he wasn't a bad guy to have around. The right-hander seemed to have found a home until being non-tendered by the Phillies on Saturday. Now, the search begins for a replacement.
December 14, 2009

The Evolution of Clay Condrey

For a long time, Clay Condrey was just another warm body on the Phillies roster. Now, coming off of a solid 2008 campaign and pitching well in 2009, Clay Condrey is suddenly molding himself into an important piece of the Phillies bullpen.
May 26, 2009

Mathieson Non-Tendered, Only To Re-Sign

The Phillies faced some decisions on who they would and who they would not offer contracts to. When all was said and done, Scott Mathieson was the only one not holding a contract offer, making him a free agent. That immediately changed though when he signed a minor league deal to stay with the Phillies.
December 12, 2008

Clay Condrey Molds Into Better Pitcher

After one dazzling stint in the majors and another not so dazzling stint in the majors, Clay Condrey found himself in baseball purgatory. The San Diego Padres were reluctant to give him another major league shot, but he had achieved enough at AAA to be ready for the majors. This spring a trade to the Phillies, a team loaded with a solid major league rotation and lots of young, minor league pitching, seemed to be bad for Condrey. On the contrary, it's been a good move.
May 12, 2004

Beavers Players Fined, Suspended

It will be tough for the Portland Beavers to field a team over its remaining games of this season and early next season and puts their playoff hopes in further jeopardy.
August 28, 2003