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Box Score Recap – 5/3/2018

Everybody wins!  And everyone hits home runs, it seems as the affiliates used 10 round trippers to come away with four wins. Lehigh Valley overcame an early 5-run deficit to win behind a 5-HR attack, 3 by Dylan Cozens with assists from Joey Meneses and Andrew Pullin. Reading came from behind in the ninth to … Continue reading Box Score Recap – 5/3/2018 →

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Box Score Recap – 5/2/2018

Everybody wins!  And everyone hits home runs, it seems as the affiliates used 10 round trippers to come away with four wins. Lehigh Valley overcame an early 5-run deficit to win behind a 5-HR attack, 3 by Dylan Cozens with assists from Joey Meneses and Andrew Pullin. Reading came from behind in the ninth to … Continue reading Box Score Recap – 5/2/2018 →

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Box Score Recap – 5/2/2018

Phuture Phillies 2018 Reader Top 30 Poll Completed

Jose Taveras was your selection as the #30 prospect in the Phillies’ organization. Taveras received 40 of the 194 votes cast (21%). Jhordany Mezquita finished second with 33 votes (17%), Kevin Gowdy finished third with 22 votes (11%), Victor Arano fourth (20, 10%), Simon Muzziotti fifth (15, 8%), and Andrew Pullin sixth (11, 6%)

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Box Score Recap – 5/31/2017

Lehigh Valley won as Tom Eshelman pitched a complete game shutout. Reading won 2 games behind Tyler Viza’s shutout bolstered by 3 HR in the first; and Andrew Pullin’s walk off HR in the 13th inning in the second.

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Box Score Recap – 5/31/2017

Box Score Recap – 5/23/2017

Lehigh Valley won behind Nick Pivetta’s strong pitching and Dylan Cozens’ home run. Reading lost in spite of Andrew Pullin’s 2-RBI night. Clearwater split a pait of games.

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Box Score Recap – 5/23/2017

16 games in, what have we learned?

One tenth of the season is in the books. So what have we learned about the 2017 Phillies? They sit at 7-9, in fourth place in the National League East.

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Hellickson Good, 9th Inning Woes, Unheralded Prospects, Improved Offense, The Howard & Run Support

*Jeremy Hellickson has the best WHIP (0.71) in the NL, albeit through merely 4 starts. However, this is on the heels of a strong 2016 campaign, so he’s lining himself up as a sought after trade chip. Of course, he could potentially stay with the Phillies, as a mid-season extension could be a viable option.

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Hellickson Good, 9th Inning Woes, Unheralded Prospects, Improved Offense, The Howard & Run Support

Phuture Phillies 2017 Reader Top 30 Poll for #26

Andrew Pullin was your selection as the #25 prospect in the Phillies’ organization. Pullin received 71 of 307 votes (23%) for a plurality victory.  Carlos Tocci (56 votes, 18%) and Ricardo Pinto (54 votes, 18%) finished in a dead heat for second place

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Phuture Phillies 2017 Reader Top 30 Poll for #25

Drew Anderson was your selection as the #24 prospect in the Phillies’ organization. Anderson received 67 of 328 votes (20%) for a plurality victory.  Carlos Tocci (48 votes, 15%), Andrew Pullin (40 votes, 12%), and Ricardo Pinto (37 votes, 11%) followed in the next three positions

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Phuture Phillies 2017 Reader Top 30 Poll for #24

Cole Stobe was your selection as the #23 prospect in the Phillies’ organization. Stobbe received 69 of 291 votes (24%) for a plurality victory.   Drew Anderson (33 votes, 11%), Carlos Tocci (32 votes, 11%), Bailey Falter (30 votes, 10%), and Andrew Pullin (29 votes, 11%) were clustered tightly for the next four positions.

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