Phillies Playoff Shares are Large, Domonic Brown is 1 for 23 in Winter Ball, and Phillies Release Promotional Schedule

Kyle Scott —  November 29, 2010 — 1 Comment

Phils 0917 2010"$123,140.50 for you, $123,140.50 for you…"

How's that for a title?

- Todd Zolecki (@toddzolecki) reports that the Phillies' full playoff shares are $123,140.50.  That means each rostered player and coach (43 folks in total) will receive a hefty paycheck for being the National League runner-up.  And who said second place was the first loser?

Each Giants player will receive $317,631.29 for winning the World Series.  Bengie Molina will likely receive full shares from both the Rangers and the Giants (his former team), totaling $563,910.84 or $43,377.75 per playoff game.  Life is tough in The Show.

- Domonic Brown, who didn't get an at-bat in his first four winter league games, is 0 for his last 17 with Escogido of the Dominican League.  That's not good, folks.  Perhaps he's not the obvious replacement for Werth…

- And finally, the Phillies released their 2011 promotional schedule.  Highlights?  A Roy Halladay Cy Young Collectible Tin (at least it's not a creepy ass bronzed hand) on April 2nd and a Placido Polanco Bobblehead on August 16th (head shipped separately).

Now, back to Winter.

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One response to Phillies Playoff Shares are Large, Domonic Brown is 1 for 23 in Winter Ball, and Phillies Release Promotional Schedule

  1. Haha! I just laughed out loud over the Polanco joke. Thanks for putting a smile on my face this morning.

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