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Spring Training, the Roster Edition; Mar. 30, 2018

The Phillies optioned Jake Arrieta to Clearwater Thursday.  That action finalized their opening day roster for the 2018 season. C – Alfaro, Knapp Inf – Santana, Hernandez, Crawford, Franco, Kingery OF- Hoskins, Herrera, Williams, Altherr, Florimon SP – Nola, Pivetta, Velasquez, Lively Pen – Arano, Garcia, Hutchinson, Milner, Morgan, Neris, Rios, Ramos, Thompson During the … Continue reading Spring Training, the Roster Edition; Mar

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Open Discussion: Week of July 23rd

The Phillies had a good week going 4-2, winning 2 series, and 5 of their last 7 games.  They continue to have the have the worst record in baseball with a 34-62 record and a .354 PCT. Eickhoff was beat by the Marlins, Velasquez pitched well in his return from the DL, and Pivetta pitched well … Continue reading Open Discussion: Week of July 23rd →

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Open Discussion: Week of June 18th

The Phillies were 1-6 last week.  The lone bright spot was their 1-0 victory over the Red Sox and Chris Sale.  Nick Pivetta laid out the blue print for the rest of the starting rotation – throw seven shutout innings and hope the bull pen doesn’t screw it up.

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Box Score Recap – 5/23/2017

Lehigh Valley won behind Nick Pivetta’s strong pitching and Dylan Cozens’ home run. Reading lost in spite of Andrew Pullin’s 2-RBI night. Clearwater split a pait of games.

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Box Score Recap – 5/23/2017

Box Score Recap – 4/15/2017

Lehigh Valley swept a double header. Scott KIngery homered and led Reading to a victory. Clearwater won dramatically on Drew Stankiewicz’ 10th inning double.

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Box Score Recap – 4/15/2017

Clearwater Update #4 (2/9/17)

Spring training coverage starts next week.  I got to the Complex as the players took the field at 9:30 AM to begin calisthenics and stretching exercises.  Looks like there are over 40 players in Clearwater already

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Clearwater Update #4 (2/9/17)

Phuture Phillies 2017 Reader Top 30 Poll for #19

Nick Pivetta was your selection as the #18 prospect in the Phillies’ organization. Pivetta received 91 of 301 votes (30%) to achieve a plurality victory over Ben Lively (61 votes, 20%), and Alberto Tirado (51 votes, 17%).   Nick Pivetta was drafted out of New Mexico Junior College  by the Washington Nationals in the 4th round of … Continue reading Phuture Phillies 2017 Reader Top 30 Poll for #19 →

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Phuture Phillies 2017 Reader Top 30 Poll for #18

Mark Appel was your selection as the #17 prospect in the Phillies’ organization. Appel received 92 of 303 votes (30%) to achieve a plurality victory over Nick Pivetta (56 votes, 18%), Ben Lively (46 votes, 15%), and Alberto Tirado (30 votes, 10%).   Mark Appel was drafted out of high school by the Detroit Tigers in the 15th round … Continue reading Phuture Phillies 2017 Reader Top 30 Poll for #18 →

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Box Score Recap – 8/18/2016

Thursday’s top pitching performances were turned in by – Lehigh’s Nick Pivetta who tossed six shutout innings; Mark Leiter who halted Reading’s two-game skid in an eight strike out performance;  the GCL Phillies’ Sixto Sanchez who overcame an early blemish on his way to posting his normal quality start;  and, Denny Martinez who turned in … Continue reading Box Score Recap – 8/18/2016 →

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Box Score Recap – 8/7/2016

Three of the organization’s four teams that played on Sunday won, and scored double digit runs while doing so.  They also received good starting pitching from Ben Lively (LHV), Nick Pivetta (REA), and Alberto Tirado (LAK); and good relief work from the Lehigh and Reading bullpens.

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