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Let’s talk about the Hunter Pence trades. A little more than two years ago, Phillies fans continued to lament the move that brought Pence to the Phillies. They saw burgeoning stars in Houston, where Jon Singleton had already signed a $10-million deal, Jarred Cosart was in the process of winning 13 games, Domingo Santana was tearing up the minors and Josh Zeid was pitching in the big leagues.
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
This week is among my favorite weeks of spring baseball. There are 150 players at the Carpenter Complex.
Minor League Spring Training and the Game against Japan
Here’s the open discussion thread for Phillies’ talk and other topics. Things that make me go “Hmm”: Recent timeline: 9/10 – The Phillies announced that they would not extend the contract of Ruben Amaro and elevated Scott Proefrock to interim GM effective on that date.
And so, after five days of running drills, fielding drills, hitting off live pitchers, and hitting off dead-arm coaches, the spring show moves to Bright House Field Sunday for the start of the Grapefruit League season. Sunday, the Phillies will host a scrimmage against the University of Tampa team that beat them last spring … Continue reading 2016 Spring Drills Come to an End →
2016 Spring Drills Come to an End
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
2016 Spring Training, Full Squad Reports for First Practice
It has finally arrived. The day for which all baseball fans yearn, once their favorite teams play their final game each season. Pitchers and catchers reported for their first official workouts in many Florida and Arizona venues.