According to a published report in the Allentown Morning Call, the Phillies have informed Lehigh Valley IronPigs manager Dave Brundage that he won't be returning to the team for the 2017 season.
September 15, 2016
How important is it for a player to experience winning? With several of the Phillies minor league teams in the playoff hunt, the Phillies might at least delay some September call-ups to see how things play out in the minors.
August 19, 2016
The infield shift has become one of the more debated of the recent innovations in baseball. It's taken a while, but the shift is showing up more and more in the minors and hitters have to find ways to adjust.
As many players in the organization struggle through their "learning curve," Nick Williams may be struggling the most. The outfield prospect has gotten himself benched for the second time in just a couple of weeks for his lack of hustle on the field.
While we're all enjoying watching the young players look to make their mark on the Phillies, there's still a lot of coaching and on-the-job training that has to go on. Call it the innocence of youth, or whatever you want to call it, but kids will be kids.
The past couple seasons, Ryne Sandberg was managing the Lehigh Valley IronPigs and had a number of six-year free agents as players. This season, Dave Brundage takes over and has some of the best prospects in the system at his disposal.
Dave Brundage comes into the 2013 season taking over as manager of the Lehigh Valley IronPigs after managing in the Atlanta Braves system for six seasons. Even though he's new on the job, Brundage has some familiarity with Lehigh Valley.
January 23, 2013
The Phillies minor league system didn't undergo too many changes among their field staffs, but there are some new faces. Also, a couple other people switched job titles over the winter.
January 11, 2013