We really don't know anything about the Phillies analytics department. I mean, we know it was actually started under Amaro, very belatedly. We know Klentak hired a lot of guys. But neither he nor his assistant GMs were necessarily the point person with a thriving analytics-based team, and they didn't hire anyone who was either. It's actually Ned Rice's job, but Baltimore was like the Phillies, they didn't actually have an analytics department. Beyond that, our top two guys had little to no baseball experience - came from Google and VSCO.
Now, that is also true of nearly every person who has thrived in baseball analytics, including Luhnow. But they worked in baseball and worked their way up. We basically have no analytics people in who are baseball executives and no baseball people who are analytics executives, so no wonder the data is either bad or being applied badly.