Reliever Jake Diekman calls outing against the Yankees ‘embarrassing'; manager Ryne Sandberg downplays it as an exhibition game.
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Diekman shelled in ‘worst outing in the history of the world’
With less than two weeks to go before the long awaited start to the baseball season, it is as good a time as any to take a look at how the lineup will play out for both the Phils and AAA Lehigh Valley with my best educated (?) guess coming below. So, with that here … Continue reading Roster Roulette →
DUNEDIN, Fla. – Mario Hollands is leaning toward having surgery on his left arm, which would likely end the relief pitcher’s season.
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Phillies Notes: Hollands leaning toward season-ending arm surgery
Cole Hamels delivered a superb outing against the Blue Jays, but in the long run, it will be meaningless for a poor squad.
We’ve reached the point where enough guys have been reassigned to the minor league camp from major league spring training that the groups are becoming confusing. There are several players crossing between groups, and the lines that define groups are becoming blurred. Even though the Reading and Clearwater staffs are managing Groups 1 and 2, … Continue reading MiLB Spring Training 2015; March 26th vs. Yankees →
With opening day on the horizon and the Wrigley Field bleachers resembling an erector set, some denizens of the most famous seats in sports are wondering if life will ever be the same.
The Phillies acquired 25 year old SS Devin Lohman from the Reds today to add some depth to their minor league middle infield corps. Lohman was the Reds third round pick in the 2010 draft and spent much of the last two seasons at AA Pensacola in the Reds organization. The Cal State Long Beach … Continue reading Phils Acquire Devin Lohman From the Reds →
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Phils Acquire Devin Lohman From the Reds