The Phillies are bringing back a former player. He is recently retired utilityman Phil Gosselin. He will serve in a front office role as a Special Assignment Analyst on the team's Baseball Developmental Staff. Gosselin played in 83 games for the Fightin's combined in the 2019-2020 seasons. He retired after the 2022 season. The Phillies feel his youthful presence at 35 will help the team identify needs in the modern game and bring a fresh perspective. Gosselin also spent a part of his 10-year playing career with the Atlanta Braves, so he learned from some of the best teachers in the game. GO PHIL! GO PHILLIES!