Joe Giglio is OK if the Phillies do what they appear to be poised to do this offseason, and shake up the roster.
"I think the Phillies should be willing and should be open to shaking things up," Giglio said on Thursday's 94WIP Midday Show with Hugh Douglas. "Look, I know this team has been very fun and we've attached to them the last couple of years.
"But I think it'd be a mistake if the Phillies are too connected to these guys and are not open to the idea of changing this team up. I think they're heading in the right direction. I am OK. I think we should all be OK with a shake up of the Philadelphia Phillies."
Howard Eskin reported on Tuesday's 94WIP Midday Show that Aaron Nola is seeking a seven-year deal worth $30 million-plus per year and he is unlikely to be back with the Phillies.
President Dave Dombrowski told reporters yesterday that Bryce Harper will play first base moving forward, meaning Rhys Hoskins is all but gone.
And early on Thursday, MLB.com's Mark Feinsand reported the Phillies are open to trading Nick Castellanos.