We have ownership that is committed to winning, and making the effort - as opposed to "providing wholesome family entertainment" and income for a combination of disinterested venture capitalists and a relatively shallow-pocket General Partner who was better at PR than at corporate management.
We have a first-class front office, finally.
... and, after two consecutive "Red Octobers," we have a fan base that passionately supports the team; a fan base that will, for example, turn an ill-considered emotional outburst into pretty intense player love, when the player simply acknowledges his own passion, and that of the fans (the Bohm thing).
There will always be some things that I don't like about Philadelphia, notwithstanding being born at Temple University hospital, but there's a lot to like, too. MLB players could do a lot worse, and many of them seem to get that.