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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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Report Card, Outfield–GCL, WIlliamsprt and Lakewood

Lakewood Adam Haseley, 21, Phils 1st round pick in 2017; .284/.357/.405 between GCL, WP and Lakewood in 215AB; 3HR 28RBI; 6SB; 9%BB/18%K; Hit .258 for Lakewood in 18 games; 49 games in the OF with 1 error and 1 OF assist; Many expected Haseley to immediately start his career in Clearwater but it didn’t happen … Continue reading Report Card, Outfield–GCL, WIlliamsprt and Lakewood →

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Report Card–Starting Pitching, LV, REA and CW

The next several weeks will feature a report card for every player in the organization.  The “grade” that will be given is a grade that is based on my pre-season expectations on how that player would perform against what actually happened.  Included are players currently on the Phils that bounced back and forth between LV … Continue reading Report Card–Starting Pitching, LV, REA and CW →

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Box Score Recap – 8/9/2017

Lehigh Valley romped and the GCL Phillies swept a double header.  The rest of the affiliates dropped their games. The IronPigs’ Eshelman pitched well and the offense was provided on 4 long balls from Kingery, Crawford, Pullin, and Hoskins.

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Post Season Report Card–Catchers

Next up are the organizations catchers.  A reminder that grades are based on pre-season expectations for that player vs. actual production.  Look for the report on Outfielders, Tuesday or Wednesday. Lehigh Valley Andy Knapp, 24, Phils 2nd round pick in 2013; .266/.330/.390 in 403AB; 8HR 46RBI; 2/4SB; 8%BB/24%K; .277 vs LHP; .258 vs RHP; .253 … Continue reading Post Season Report Card–Catchers →

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Post Season Report Card, Corner Infield

A reminder that “grades” are based upon my pre season expectations for that player against themselves, not against each other. Lehigh Valley Brock Stassi, 27, Phils 33rd round pick in 2011; .267/.369/.437 in 375AB; 12HR 58RBI; 1/3SB; 14%BB/17%K; .293 vs LHP; .254 vs RHP; .302 last 30 days; .279/.372/.476 post all star break; 86 games … Continue reading Post Season Report Card, Corner Infield →

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Box Score Recap – 8/9/2016

Last night was the Night of the Strike Out. In Lehigh, starters Phil Klein and Chad Green (Scranton) struck out 10 opponents each (in 5 innings).

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Final Target for Phils at 1.1 in MLB Draft

There have been many names circulated as potential choices for the Phils with the first pick in the 2016 MLB Draft. Florida pitcher A.J. Puk, NJ prep phenom Jason Groome, Mercer outfielder Kyle Lewis, and high school bat Mickey Moniak tend to get thrown around most frequently.

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Box Score Recap – 5/23/2016

Lehigh Valley (24-19) No game scheduled. Reading (29-15) Lost to Erie, 8-3.  Nick Pivetta gave up a couple home runs, one a grand slam, en route to his third loss.

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Phillies hope to take advantage of international market

Because they had the worst record in baseball, the Phils have the largest international bonus pool to spend next summer.

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