Josh Phegley

#19C,
AVG
.231
HR
1
RBI
5
R
4
Height: 5' 10"
Weight: 230
Bat: R
Throw: R
Born:
College: Indiana
Birth Place: Terre Haute, Indiana
Draft: 2009 Sandwich pick by the
  • Dave Dombrowski Backs John Farrell After Group Meeting Amid Red Sox’s Struggles
    New England Sports Network

    Dave Dombrowski Backs John Farrell After Group Meeting Amid Red Sox’s Struggles

    Simply put: At 23-21, the Boston Red Sox are not where they want to be right now. But that doesn’t mean Dave Dombrowski is ready to blow things up. The Red Sox’s president of baseball operations joined NESN’s “Red Sox First Pitch” pregame show on Tuesday night to discuss the state of the organization. In his conversation with host Tom Caron, Dombrowski revealed he spent Monday’s off-day meeting with several members of Boston’s staff: manager John Farrell, assistant general managers Eddie Romero and Brian O’Halloran, and vice president of baseball research and development Zack Scott. “We sat down (Monday) for over a couple hours,” Dombrowski told Caron. “I (had) already talked to some of our scouts

  • Can’t Touch This: Jack McKeon and his favorite Oakland A’s stories involving Charlie Finley and MC Hammer
    Miami Herald

    Can’t Touch This: Jack McKeon and his favorite Oakland A’s stories involving Charlie Finley and MC Hammer

    OAKLAND -- It doesn’t take much to get Jack McKeon going. He is a reservoir of baseball stories, the Babe Ruth of yarns, and with the Marlins in Oakland to play the A’s, we figured McKeon was worth a call. Someone to fill our ear. Because, really, the Marlins and A’s share little in common. They seldom play one another. They’ve never made a significant trade, not unless your definition of significant is Mark Redman for Michael Neu. They exist as Major League co-members the same way a polar bear and camel cohabit Earth. But in McKeon, there’s a link. Twenty five years before McKeon led the Marlins to a World Series title, he managed the A’s. And not just any A’s team. Charlie Finley’s A’s. If

  • WATCH: Raiders tackle Donald Penn throws out first pitch at A's game
    Raiders Wire

    WATCH: Raiders tackle Donald Penn throws out first pitch at A's game

    Oakland Raiders left tackle Donald Penn has been seen enjoying his offseason at Golden State Warriors games, however, Tuesday saw Penn throwing out the first pitch of the Oakland Athletics’ home game. Here is a look at Penn’s form via the team’s official twitter page. After seeing countless celebrities and athletes not get the ball to home plate, Penn wasn’t about to skip one in there to the catcher. Instead, Penn elected for a controlled and fluid motion with plenty of air underneath it to get it to the plate, but enough velocity on it to avoid any sort of meme danger. Penn has been formidable during his time in Oakland, simultaneously resurrecting his career while aiding in facilitating a dramatic