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2016 Spring Training, March 8-10

I spent Tuesday and Wednesday at Bright House watching the Phillies beat Pittsburgh and Baltimore.  They are 7-3 with 2 ties (against Toronto and Detroit).  They also have 2 wins against the Yankees and a second win over the Pirates

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2016 Spring Training, March 8-10

2016 Spring Training, Full Squad Reports for First Practice

Around 10 o’clock this morning, over ninety Philadelphia Phillies’ coaches, instructors, and players exited the clubhouse for the start of spring training.  There were about 200-300 fans on hand to witness the beginning of the Klentak era. This season also marks the first spring training under no-longer-interim manager Pete Mackinon

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2016 Spring Training, Full Squad Reports for First Practice

Upcoming 2016 Reader Top 30 Poll

Time to get ready for the 2016 Reader Top 30 Prospect Survey.  I will start next week and try to post a poll each weekday.

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Upcoming 2016 Reader Top 30 Poll

Top Prospect Discussion: October 22nd

Well, the Mets have defeated the Cubs, and “Back to the Future” was 100% wrong about the 2015 World Series participants.  Instead of discussing individual top prospects, I would like to pose a question.

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Top Prospect Discussion: October 22nd

Top Prospect Discussion: October 15th

During an Instructional game at Bright House this week, the conversation turned toward the catching situation in the organization.  Of course, as you should expect, there were as many opinions as there were people in the discussion.

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Top Prospect Discussion: October 15th

Post Season Report Card–Catcher

All of a sudden, lots of talent behind the plate with many difficult decisions on “who goes where” come next season. Lehigh Valley Erik Kratz, 35, Signed as a free agent in 2015; .312/.433/.558 in 77AB with Lehigh Valley; 3HR 15RBI; 19%BB/19%K; 11 games caught with 1 error (.988); 1 passed ball; 1/6 CS (17%); … Continue reading Post Season Report Card–Catcher →

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Box Score Recap – 9/3/2015

All five affiliates were involved in close games last night – four one-run games and one two-run game, that resulted in three wins and two losses.  The Clearwater win was much closer than it had to be thanks to a three-run ninth inning surrendered by their closer, Ulises Joaquin.

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Box Score Recap – 9/3/2015

Box Score Recap – 8/19/2015

Aaron Altherr started for the Philadelphia Phillies in left field last night and collected his first major league hit, home run, and RBI.  He doubled in his first at bat and drove in his first run in the first inning off Mark Buehrle.  He lined a two-run home run to left in the fifth inning … Continue reading Box Score Recap – 8/19/2015 →

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Box Score Recap – 8/19/2015

Box Score Recap – 8/18/2015

Clearwater (69-53) beat the Dunedin Blue Jays 9-4.  Matt Imhof (7-4, 3.72) gave up two runs in the first inning, but held the Blue Jays to four base runners over over the following four innings.  Overall, he conceded two runs on five hits and two walks.

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Box Score Recap – 8/17/2015

Clearwater (68-53) beat the Dunedin Blue Jays 6-3.  It was Pinto Night again for the Threshers.  Ricardo Pinto (7-2, 2.50) breezed through the Jays line up most of the night.

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Box Score Recap – 8/17/2015