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Tick tock, gentlemen.

The nation’s sixth-largest city and its many surrounding suburbs are waiting to hear the fate of Phillies manager Gabe Kapler, pitching coach Chris Young, general manager Matt Klentak and others.
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All staying? All gone? A combination of the two?

Five days following a second consecutive September thud that ended the Phils season under Klentak and Kapler, there is no news.
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Meanwhile, seven other Major League Baseball teams are working to fill their managerial voids: Giants, Padres, Cubs, Mets, Royals, Pirates and Angels.
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The reported list of managerial candidates is significant: Joe Girardi, Joe Maddon, Buck Showalter, Mike Matheny, Bob Geren, John Gibbons, Brad Ausmus, Don Kelly, Mark Loretta, David Ross, Dusty Wathan, Joe McEwing, Jeff Banister, Raul Ibanez, Will Venable and Carlos Beltran, among others.

Tick tock, gentlemen.

Regardless of what decisions are made in the coming hours, days and weeks, the Phillies’ 2020 roster is expected to be considerably different from this year’s version.
Bryce Harper delivered in every aspect of the game in the first of his 13-year contract with the Phillies.
Bryce Harper delivered in every aspect of the game in the first of his 13-year contract with the Phillies. (Nick Wass/AP)

Bryce Harper’s relentless energy and hustle will be front and center in Year 2 of his 13-year contract. J.T. Realmuto’s contract will get done because, well, he’s the game’s best all-around catcher. Aaron Nola will be in line to make 30-plus starts with a focus on throwing more strikes.
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But, who else comes along for the ride as the Phils look to make the playoffs for the first time since 2011?

Here are some projections:
Seranthony Dominguez could be anyone from an electric, late-inning option to a spectator, depending on the health of his right elbow.
Seranthony Dominguez could be anyone from an electric, late-inning option to a spectator, depending on the health of his right elbow. (Ed Zurga/Getty)
Who will be here (18 listed alphabetically)

Jose Alvarez, pitcher

Jake Arrieta, pitcher
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Seranthony Dominguez, pitcher

Zach Eflin, pitcher

Edgar Garcia, pitcher
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Deivy Grullon, catcher
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J.D. Hammer, pitcher

Bryce Harper, outfielder

Rhys Hoskins, first baseman

Scott Kingery, infielder/outfielder
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Andrew McCutchen, outfielder

Brad Miller, infielder/outfielder

Adam Morgan, pitcher

Hector Neris, pitcher
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Aaron Nola, pitcher

J.T. Realmuto, catcher

Jean Segura, infielder

Ranger Suarez, pitcher
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PROJECTIONS: Realmuto’s contract should be priority No. 1, then get to work on the starting rotation behind Nola. Miller and Suarez earned the opportunity to stick around after being among the few highlights in another dismal September. Eflin earned his spot with a consistently good final seven starts. McCutchen is aiming to return from ACL surgery on opening day. Morgan was stellar until his first injured-list stint (7.16 ERA in final 16 games before a season-ending injury). Alvarez proved durable and reliable. Depending on health and what the club does with Pat Neshek (club option) and free agent Tommy Hunter, Garcia and Hammer could start the year in Triple-A. Grullon needs to improve his defense before the club can expect a reliable backup catcher.
Maikel Franco almost certainly has played his last game for the Phillies.
Maikel Franco almost certainly has played his last game for the Phillies. (Matt Slocum/AP)
Who is gone (15)

Jerad Eickhoff, pitcher

Maikel Franco, third baseman

Odubel Herrera, outfielder
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Jared Hughes, pitcher

Mike Morin, pitcher

Logan Morrison, first baseman/outfielder

Pat Neshek, pitcher
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Juan Nicasio, pitcher

Blake Parker, pitcher

Jose Pirela, infielder/outfielder

Edubray Ramos, pitcher
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Sean Rodriguez, infielder/outfielder

Drew Smyly, pitcher

Nick Vincent, pitcher

Nick Williams, outfielder
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PROJECTIONS: Franco and Williams have played their last games for the Phillies. The injuries and setbacks are too many to keep Eickhoff, a true gentleman who appeared in only 15 games total the last two seasons. It’s hard to imagine Herrera is anything but persona non grata to the Phillies after he was charged with domestic assault. Vincent (1.93 ERA with Phils) may find his way back.
The Phillies would like to see Adam Haseley prove he’s an everyday center fielder because of Roman Quinn’s health and Odubel Herrera’s status.
The Phillies would like to see Adam Haseley prove he’s an everyday center fielder because of Roman Quinn’s health and Odubel Herrera’s status. (Matt Slocum/AP)
In limbo (14)

Victor Arano, pitcher

Jay Bruce, outfielder

Enyel De Los Santos, pitcher
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Corey Dickerson, outfielder

Phil Gosselin, infielder

Adam Haseley, outfielder

Cesar Hernandez, second baseman
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Tommy Hunter, pitcher

Cole Irvin, pitcher

Andrew Knapp, catcher

Nick Pivetta, pitcher
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Roman Quinn, outfielder

Jason Vargas, pitcher

Vince Velasquez, pitcher

PROJECTIONS: The Phillies must decide if they think Grullon (caught 17% would-be base stealers, 12 passed balls in Triple-A) will grow this offseason to produce more than Knapp (29%, three passed balls, .318 on-base percentage). Hunter has age and injuries working against him. Irvin and De Los Santos have undefined roles working against them, though Irvin’s stuff came back in September. Arano must get healthy and have a good spring, neither of which happened in 2019. Vargas has a club option with a $2 million buyout. One would believe he was a gap start until Klentak or another GM gets serious about adding rotation pieces. Bruce could come back in a bench role. The health of McCutchen and Quinn and how the club values Haseley are factors. Free agent Dickerson likely heads elsewhere to start. Velasquez is a frustrating talent who could be a reliever, starter or left fielder. It appears time to move on from Hernandez and it’s hard to justify keeping Pivetta’s baggage. The Phils could do a lot worse than Gosselin on the bench. They did the last two years.
There is a good chance David Robertson never pitches again for the Phillies.
There is a good chance David Robertson never pitches again for the Phillies. (Alex Brandon/AP)
In spirit only (1)

David Robertson, pitcher

PROJECTIONS: Robertson (elbow) likely won’t pitch again for the Phillies. The 34-year-old probably is out for 2020, the final year of his two-year, $23 million deal … or $169,118 per pitch.
Others on 40-man roster (2)

Arquimedes Gamboa, infielder

Adonis Medina, pitcher
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PROJECTIONS: It may be time to pull the plug on Gamboa, a 22-year-old Double-A shortstop who hit a combined .203 the last two seasons. He earned $555,000 in 2020, or $8,284 per hit. Medina, also 22, limped to the finish line in Reading (8.24 ERA, .305 batting average against in his final seven starts). But he’s probably not going anywhere unless the Phils package him for an MLB starter.

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