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It looked like the Seattle Mariners might have had something when Michael Saunders arrived on the scene in 2009. The 22-year-old could pick it in the outfield, ran pretty well, had some pop and could take a walk. Saunders scuffled a bit, then seemed to put it together in 2012, knocking 19 homers, swiping 21 bases, slapping 31 doubles and producing 57 runs batted in and 71 runs in just 139 games
On the twelfth day of Christmas, the Phillies gave to me… 12 Months of rebuilding (good luck Klentak) 11 Triples from Cesar Hernandez 10 Earned runs allowed in 10.2 IP from Phil Klein (have fun in Asia) 9 RBI from Darin Ruf (have fun in LA) 8 Ball Girls a milking 7 Intentional Walks issued to Maikel Franco 6 Nightmarish appearances from Patrick Schuster (45.00 ERA) 5 Year contract to Odubel Herrera 4 Starts from $8M mistake Charlie Morton 3 Doubles in 213 at bats from Tyler Goeddel (weak) 2 Saves from future closer Hector Neris 1 More year of Jeremy Hellickson (accepted qualifying offer) and ZERO more seasons from Chooch & Howard (thanks for the memories) Previous Installments: *2006 – Volume I *2007 – Volume II *2008 – Volume III *2009 – Volume IV *2010 – Volume V *2011 – Volume VI *2012 – Volume VII *2013 – Volume VIII *2014 – Volume IX *2015 – Volume X
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Phillies 12 Days of Christmas – Volume XI
Editor’s Note : This is the first in a series of looks at the men who suited up for the 2016 Philadelphia Phillies Cedric Hunter was easy to pull for. A former top prospect – a third rounder who reached No. 97 on Baseball Prospectus’ top 100 list – he arrived in Spring Training and tore the cover off the ball
2017 Player Review: Cedric Hunter
Editor’s Note : This is the first in a series of looks at the men who suited up for the 2016 Philadelphia Phillies Cedric Hunter was easy to pull for. A former top prospect – a third rounder who reached No. 97 on Baseball Prospectus’ top 100 list – he arrived in Spring Training and tore the cover off the ball.
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2016 Player Review: Cedric Hunter
NEW YORK – The Phillies had a five-run lead in a September game between two eliminated teams, so what Joely Rodriguez did in the eighth inning Wednesday must not be embellished. Still, it opened some eyes in the Phillies dugout.
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Phillies reliever Joely Rodriguez lighting up the radar gun
Tommy Joseph reported to spring training last February as a 24-year-old in minor-league camp. He was nine months removed from being forced to learn to play first base after a series of concussions ended his catching career.