The Phillies announced Monday that they optioned outfielder Cedric Hunter to Triple-A Lehigh Valley and selected the contract of outfielder David Lough.
April 18, 2016
Robert Stephenson threw the low fastball, and with plenty might and a pure, quick swing, Cedric Hunter met it and launched it back over the fence in right field. There, at Great American Ballpark on Thursday, Hunter swatted his first career home run. Imagine the feeling of that moment. Drafted in 2006, a third-round pick by the San Diego Padres, Hunter was labeled a prospect, an...
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April 12, 2016
Cedric Hunter had waited a long time for this. He waited five years and two days, in fact.
April 07, 2016
Embed from Getty Images Ten years ago, Cedric Hunter was selected in the 3rd round of the MLB Draft by the San Diego Padres. At the time, he was considered the Padres’ top prospect, but didn’t make his MLB debut until 2011. After five plate appearances in the majors, Hunter...
Five years ago this Saturday an 18-year-old Bryce Harper played the third regular season game of his minor league career, 19-year-old Mike Trout played his third ever game in Double-A, and 23-year-old Cedric Hunter made the last major league appearance of his career… until today. After a five year hiatus almost to the day, Cedric Hunter is about to return to the major leagues and...
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April 04, 2016
Cedric Hunter very much remembers his first and only big league moment. It happened in the bottom of the sixth inning on April 5, 2011, at Petco Park. Hunter stepped into the batter's box as a pinch-hitter against Giants right-hander Guillermo Mota, who threw him a first-pitch sinker. Hunter laced the 92-mph pitch into center field for his first Major League hit in his third Major League game.
Phillies non-roster invitee outfielder Cedric Hunter in the on-deck circle during the top of the second inning at Charlotte Sports Park in Port Charlotte, Florida, on Tuesday, March 15, 2016. (Photo: Brandon Apter/Philliedelphia) By: Matt Rappa, managing editor Final: Phillies 5, Rays 2 ❖ Attendance: 6,382 PORT CHARLOTTE, Fla. —...
On Friday in Clearwater, the Phillies blew a sizable lead, walking six batters in the 8th and 9th innings combined, but did not quit and held on to lock down a shocking win over the Braves by a score of 12-11. Early on, third baseman Maikel Franco was the top offensive performer for the Phils, as he went 2-for-3 with a home run and four RBI. The strong effort takes Franco’s spring...
The Phillies let a 9-2 lead after four slip in the final two innings as Luis Garcia, Hector Neris and Edubray Ramos allowed eight runs to give the Braves an 11-9 win on Friday afternoon.
Embed from Getty Images Brandon Apter (@bapter23), Publishing Editor The Phillies have been relatively quiet since the Ken Giles trade and the Rule 5 draft, but today they added to their offensive depth in their system, signing 27-year-old outfielder Cedric Hunter to a minor league deal with an invitation to...
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