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Starting pitcher Tyler Cloyd, righty reliever B.J. Rosenberg, lefty reliever Mauricio Robles, OF Tyson Gillies and catcher Sebastian Valle were reassigned to minor league camp according to Dennis Deitch. None were big surprises to be optioned back to camp and all five players are on the 40-man roster. Of the group, Cloyd and Rosenberg are the favorites to see some time with the Phillies in 2013 and the others could see time if needs arise or injuries occur.
In other Phillies news, our Jay Floyd was the first to break the news of the release of RHP Ryan Duke, a 2011 25th round pick, and righty Juan Morillo, who saw time with the IronPigs and R-Phils last year. Also, Cameron Rupp, who was a late non-roster invitee to camp to provide catching depth, was reassigned to Minor League camp on Sunday.
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Doc was crushed on Tuesday. He could be part of the “blow up” eventually. (AP)
From an injury standpoint, this spring has gone about as well as the Phillies could have hoped (except for Roy Halladay getting crushed on Tuesday by the Tigers). After a disastrous 2012, optimism has begun to regenerate throughout the Delaware Valley and beyond, with a handful of national baseball...
Cliff Lee did not make it out of the third, giving up five runs, two earned, on six hits and two walks, as the defense committed five errors and the Phillies fell 6-2.
With a lot of the regular Phillies resting, John Mayberry tallied two hits from the clean-up spot and Darin Ruf hit his first home run of the Spring. Michael Stutes, Justin De Fratus, and Chad Durbin combined...
Last week we told you that Roy Halladay’s velocity was down during a spring outing against the Washington Nationals. Though he had success in that start (facing only one Nats starter), his velocity was down again Tuesday and this time he struggled.
Halladay gave up seven runs, six hits, four walks, and two home runs in 2.2 innings against a Detroit Tigers lineup that did not include...
The Phillies made five more roster moves Tuesday to drop their spring training roster down to 42 players. Tyler Cloyd, Tyson Gillies and Sebastian Valle were the biggest of the names optioned down to minor league camp.
While most think spring training is just for the players, the ball boys and ball girls are also getting into the the swing of things as well.
Back on Saturday, one Hooters ball girl stationed at the Tampa Bay Rays and Philadelphia Phillies had a moment that she would like to forget.
After a Tampa Bay line drive in the sixth inning, the ball girl scooped it up and handed to...
Roy Halladay used two meaningful words to alleviate concern over a terrible outing.
''Nothing hurts,'' Halladay said.
Considering he's coming off an injury-plagued year, that's important news for the Philadelphia Phillies.
Ramon Santiago hit a grand slam and Don Kelly also homered off Halladay, leading the Detroit Tigers to a 10-6 win over the Phillies...
Tommy Joseph put up an impressive showing in Phillies camp this spring, but was always destined to start the year in the minors. With a glut of catching, it's tough to anoint anyone as the Phillies catcher of the future, but Joseph is the closest you get to the title.
Photo Courtesy of Renee Cendrowski.
“So as Jimmy Rollins goes, so do the Phillies.” This statement said by many over the years, is as relevent this season as every other. Rollins some have said is on the decline and his best years are behind him. Rollins made a strong case to the contrary last season, finishing with 23 home runs after playing in 156 games. His batting average...
It is 3/11, and the Phillies have made a round of cuts, sending some players down already. Honestly the only mild surprise was Savery going so quick, but that's not even a real shock. Ryan Howard continued his hot start with another weekend homer. No shock there. Cole Hamels was...
The Philadelphia Phillies have an interesting way to attract fans to their meaningless spring training games- having a Hooters ball girl in both foul territories to act ballgirls. What says Clearwater, Florida more than a Hooters ball girl?.Sounds like brilliant marketing; MLB exhibitions between 8th string players need something to spice them up.
Of course, this can happen- a Hooters...
CLEARWATER, Fla. (AP) -- Ramon Santiago hit a grand slam and Don Kelly also homered off Roy Halladay, leading the Detroit Tigers to a 10-6 win over the Philadelphia Phillies on Tuesday.
Detroit starter Drew Smyly allowed three runs -- two earned -- and five hits in 3 1-3 innings, and Brayan Pena also went deep.
Chase Utley hit his first homer of the spring for the Phillies.
Ruben Amaro Jr. went into this winter with many holes to fill in the Phils’ lineup. Specifically, the eighth inning setup man, third base, right, left and center field. Amaro filled a few holes by signing veterans such as Michael Young, Mike Adams and Delmon Young. Amaro’s boldest move, however, was using two trade
Alfredo Aceves returned to Spring Training from the World Baseball Classic on Monday and sounded more like a Bruins enforcer than a Red Sox reliever.
The right-hander admitted the tournament was “pretty cool,” despite the team’s shortcomings, according to MLB.com. But, as predicted, the media turned its focus on the dust-up between members of Aceves’ Mexican team and Team...