News out of New York early this week could potentially have a big impact on the Phillies search for a front office leader.
The Atlanta Braves were looking for more than just experience and depth when they signed two-time All-Star Charlie Morton to a $15 million, one-year deal Tuesday. As was the case when the Braves recently signed another veteran for the rotation, Drew Smyly, general manager Alex Anthopoulos sought a power arm to help push Atlanta to the World Series. ''It's swing and miss stuff,'' Anthopoulos said.
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