Wednesday, March 16, 2011

The Phield 2011


*Click on image for full screen view of the bracket in all its glory.

Vote for We Should Be GMs in The Phield 2011. To vote, simply email thephield@gmail.com our blog's name. Currently we're a 5th seed against a blog I've never heard of, so vote for us. Thanks!

As some of you may recall The Phield was created last year as a competition of Phillies blogs in the spirit of the NCAA's tournament of March Madness. Fun concept, and hopefully we last a few rounds this year.

Voting ends at 5 pm on Thursday March 17th.

10 comments:

furiousBall said...

done

GM-Carson said...

Well, at least we'll be getting 2 votes then (we voted for ourselves of course).

ripjgarcia said...

The other blog ain't so hot, but then again neither was Zoo with Roy.. which got a 3 seed.. retarded.

GM-Carson said...

All The Phield did for the bracket this year was move some defunct blogs out of their previous year's ranking and move in new blogs or blogs that became better (aka- Zoo With Roy). We're the exact same spot as last year. I'm not pompous, or think we're the best, but I do think we're better than a 5 seed. Whatever.

GM-Carson said...

From MLBTradeRumors-
# The Phillies are looking for an affordable backup outfielder who can play center field and they have targeted Cardinals outfielder Jon Jay.
# There are no indications that the Phillies plan to deal for a second baseman to replace the injured Chase Utley, however.

ripjgarcia said...

I'm kind of wondering whether Rube wished he would have done a better job shopping Blanton at this point.

ripjgarcia said...

And that's nothing against Blanton. We'd just have a little more flexibility at this point.

GM-Carson said...

Or perhaps not signing Ryan Howard is a ridiculous contract.

Griswold said...

Where is Fire Eric Bruntlett and why is the Fightins (RIP) on there?
You guys have my vote.
-B.R. King

6585176c-421d-11e0-b923-000bcdcb2996 said...

Jayson Werth told ESPN.com's Jayson Stark that he doesn’t hate the Phillies at all and hopes for a warm reception when he returns to Philadelphia for the first time since signing with the division rival Nationals as a free agent.