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Season recap: Cam Perkins

It would have been nice to see Cam Perkins succeed. The outfielder played well after the Phillies drafted him in 2012. But he never became a major prospect

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Season Recap: Nick Pivetta

Nick Pivetta was the most intriguing Phillie in 2017. Not many people expected him to make it to the big leagues, let alone win eight games while pitching to a 6.02 ERA. In the coming days, we’re going to recap every player who spent a part of  2017 with the Philadelphia Phillies

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Report Card–Outfield, CW, REA and LV

Lehigh Valley Cam Perkins, 26, Phils 6th round pick in 2012; .288/.374/.447 in 257AB; 7HR 27RBI; 3SB; 10%BB/16%K; For Phils: .174/.232/.267 in 86AB; 61 games in the OF with 4 errors and 3 OF assists; 4 games at 1B without an error; Perkins continued to be a plus hitter and fielder at the AAA level … Continue reading Report Card–Outfield, CW, REA and LV →

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How are the Phillies position players doing?

Let’s take a look in on the Phillies positional players ranks among their MLB counterparts. *Minimum plate appearance – 250 Cameron Rupp/Catcher – .730 OPS (17th/26) & 1.2 WAR (17th/26) Tommy Joseph/First Base – .726 OPS (29th/31) & -0.7 WAR (30th/31) Cesar Hernandez/Second Base – .792 (12th/34) & 2.5 WAR (7th/34) Freddy Galvis/Shortstop – .717 OPS (18th/30) & 1.5 WAR (15th/30) Maikel Franco/Third Base – .668 OPS (28th/29) & -1.0 WAR (29th/29) Odubel Herrera/Center Field – .799 OPS (12th/35) & 2.6 WAR (7th/35) Aaron Altherr/Right Field – .894 OPS (5th/31) & 1.7 WAR (15th/31) First and third base are positions that a team should expect big OPS from, not the piddling numbers the Phillies have received. Franco and Joseph are poor in every facet of the game – defense, offense, and running

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At Sea Level, But Sinking

After nearly 2 months of playing winning baseball, the Phillies have fallen to 26-26 on the season (.500, aka – sea level).  They were playing above their heads and were due for a reality check. And damn, that reality is a bitch.  The Phillies are 2-9 over their last 11 games and are riding a 5 game losing streak.  Things are pretty dysmal in Philly because of the offense.  Odubel Herrera is the only everyday player performing well, everyone else has been a disappointment. Howard is a joke, Franco and Gavlis have been mediocre, Hernandez is a weak and doesn’t use his speed well, the Rupp/Ruiz combo started the season on fire but have flamed out, Bourjos is as bad as everyone predicted, and Goeddel is an inconsistent rookie.  That ain’t gonna score enough runs! The Phillies are averaging only 3.15 runs scored per game (164 R in 52 G)

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Series Preview: Phillies at Tigers

Well, that was a terrible series against baseball’s worst team. What do we look at going forward? Maikel Franco is still just 23

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Box Score Recap – 5/15/2016

Lehigh Valley (19-17) Beat Toledo, 5-0.  Andrew Knapp’s 2-run, first-inning home run was all the offense Jake Thompson (2-4, 3.32) would need.

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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 – 8/15/2015

After three innings in Clearwater, the monsoon that had encircled Bright House Field closed in and opened up on players and patrons.  Fans ran for cover and the grounds crew ran to the tarp.

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Box Score Recap – 7/3/2015

Lehigh Valley (34-49) lost to the Rochester Red Wings 6-5 in 16 innings.  Seve Gonzalez allowed 5 runs on 5 hits including 2 home runs in seven innings.  Adam Loewen and Hector Neris pitched five innngs of perfect relief.  Juan Gutierrez threw three shutout innings.  Chris Leroux gave up the go-ahead run in the 16th inning.  Aaron … Continue reading Box Score Recap – 7/3/2015 →

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