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Prospect Nation 2015: #5 LHP Jesse Biddle

Jesse Biddle, image- Jay Floyd Lefty pitching prospect Jesse Biddle had a difficult season last year, but injuries and shaky stats aside, he’s still a prospect the Phillies will count on to take strides toward helping the big club in the near future. Selected in the opening round of the 2010 draft, Biddle, who grew up as a Phillies fan, quickly made his minor league debut, beginning...
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13 days ago  |  Discuss

How bad will the Philadelphia Phillies be in 2015?

Without Jimmy Rollins, the Philadelphia Phillies are tied for the worst odds to win the World Series in the MLB. They are also dead last in odds to win the NL pennant at 80/1, with the next worst team being at 40/1. These odds beg the question: Will the Philadelphia Phillies really be that bad? Recent History First, it helps to look at the record trend from the last few years...
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December 19, 2014  |  Discuss

Jesse Biddle Exits Game, MRI Forthcoming

Some not so great news out of Phillies camp today is the status of former top prospect, Jesse Biddle. After missing most of the season with a concussion while with Double-A Reading, Biddle looked to rebound in the Puerto Rican League. Unfortunately, things took a turn for the worst after...
Via Philliedelphia
November 11, 2014  |  Discuss

Nola, Biddle strong with new teams

Two big name pitching prospects took the mound and shined for their respective new teams on Wednesday night as this year’s top draft pick Aaron Nola and 2010 first round selection Jesse Biddle looked strong and notched wins. Nola, who was selected by the Phillies with the 7th overall pick in June’s MLB amateur draft, made his Double-A debut with the Reading Fightins, going five...
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August 07, 2014  |  Discuss

“Unhappy” Biddle Placed on Leave by Phillies

File this under not good. Jesse Biddle has left the Reading Fightins and spoke to the Reading Eagle about his unhappiness. “I’m struggling with a lot of stuff. I’m miserable out there. I’m very unhappy. And I don’t know why. There’s really no answer right now. Nothing feels fluid on the mound, nothing feels natural, nothing feels right. Everything feels out of sync. I...
Via Phillies Nation
June 26, 2014  |  Discuss

Vicious Hail Storm That Devastated Reading Area Injured Phillies Prospect Jesse Biddle

This is not something you can make up. Phillies prospect Jesse Biddle is missing a start because he was hit with a hailstone during Thursday's thunderstorms in the Reading area. Mike Drago of the Reading Eagle reports: Jesse Biddle didn't make start today because he was struck in the head...
Via Philliedelphia
May 26, 2014  |  Discuss
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