We know of only two men the Phillies have interviewed for their managerial vacancy: Juan Samuel and Jorge Velandia, according to NBC Sports Philadelphia's Jim Salisbury.
Another name to keep an eye on is Mickey Callaway, the Cleveland Indians' pitching coach. The Phillies are "taking a close look" at him, per ESPN's Buster Olney.
Callaway, 42, has been Cleveland's pitching coach since 2013, a period during which the Indians have had one of the best staffs in baseball. Over that span, Cleveland has posted a team ERA of 3.65, which is lowest in the American League by a significant margin (the Rays are next at 3.84) and fourth-lowest in the majors.
Let's be real, though, that has much more to do with Corey Kluber, Carlos Carrasco and an elite bullpen. On the flip side, guys like Mike Clevinger, Trevor Bauer, Josh Tomlin and Danny Salazar have shown some improvement through the years, which reflects well on Callaway.
Before working his way through the coaching ranks in Cleveland's farm system, Callaway pitched in the majors from 1999 to 2004 with the Rays, Angels and Rangers.
Callaway's offseason began Thursday, the day after the Indians were shockingly eliminated from the playoffs by the Yankees after building a commanding 2-0 series lead.
We've seen Carson Wentz orchestrate a victory celebration before. But he's never had a dance partner quite like his new wife Maddie Oberg.
As we wrote Monday, the pair got married over the weekend up in Bucks County in what looked like a beautiful affair. Wentz shared some photos from the lovely day.
And now some of the fun has started to pop up on the internet. Like their introduction for the first time as Mr. and Mrs. Wentz.
The intro has a bit of Pam and Jim from "The Office" wedding vibe before a "Dirty Dancing" fake out leads them into the "Thriller" dance that includes much of their wedding party.
Looks like a good time to me.
Wentz also shared a teaser video of their day on his Instagram:
Villanova head basketball coach Jay Wright shared some images of his players receiving their championship rings today.
The Wildcats received the rings for their impressive run in the 2018 NCAA Tournament that was capped by a dominant performance over Michigan in the title game.
Guard Phil Booth shared a video showing off his new bling, complete with his name engraved on the side.
It's quite the piece of hardware for an organization that doesn't pay its athletes. Gotta win a championship to earn the bling.
Here's a closer look courtesy of Mike Sheridan.