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Phillies Sign Rob Thomson to Two-Year Deal

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Rob Thomson is the first Canadian-born manager to lead a team in the postseason. The 59-year-old took over when Joe Girardi was fired with the Phillies mired at 22-29. The Phillies went 65-46 the rest of the regular season, finishing third in the NL East.
Published 4 months ago · Philadelphia, United States

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Canadian Rob Thomson to remain manager of Phillies after leading team to playoffs

After guiding the Philadelphia Phillies to their first playoff berth in more than a decade, manager Rob Thomson had the interim removed from his title Monday.

4 months ago·Canada
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Thomson signs 2-year deal to remain as Phillies manager

After guiding the Philadelphia Phillies to their first playoff series victory since 2010, manager Rob Thomson had the interim removed from his title. The Phillies have signed Thomson to a

4 months ago·United States
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Thomson signs 2-year deal to remain as Phillies manager

After guiding the Philadelphia Phillies to their first playoff series victory since 2010, manager Rob Thomson had the interim removed from his title

4 months ago·United States
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Phillies manager Rob Thomson has interim tag removed, gets two-year extension after leading team to playoffs

The Phillies, set for an NLDS matchup against the Braves, surged after Thomson replaced Joe Girardi

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Phillies Sign Rob Thomson to Two-Year Deal

The Philadelphia Phillies have inked their skipper to a two-year deal for the 2023 and 2024 seasons.

4 months ago·New York, United States
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Phillies remove interim tag, sign manager Rob Thomson to two-year contract

After guiding the Philadelphia Phillies to their first playoff series victory since 2010, manager Rob Thomson had the interim removed from his title Monday.The Phillies announced they have signed Thomson to a two-year contract to remain as their manager through 2024, rewarding him for a turnaround that earned Philadelphia a wild-card berth. .acf-block-preview .instagram-twitter-container { width: 340px; margin: 0 auto; } The 59-year-old Thomson …

4 months ago·Canada
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