Notes on prospects who stood out yesterday, including Jorge Alfaro, Anthony Alford, Francis Martes, and Jake Woodford.
Jorge Alfaro, image- Jay Floyd For Phillies catching prospect Jorge Alfaro, his skills on the field are what have earned him consideration as one of the team’s most promising prospects, but his killer instinct and aggressive style of play are what fans will come to find as the most endearing things about him. When he went 3-for-3 in last week’s Eastern League All-Star Game,...
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Phillies No. 6 prospect Jorge Alfaro will hit for Double-A Reading against Harrisburg at 6:35 p.m. ET on MiLB.TV.
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Philadelphia Phillies' catching prospect Jorge Alfaro reportedly could return from an oblique strain early next week.
Just one day after being named as the Eastern League Player of the Week, Phillies top prospect Jorge Alfaro is headed to the seven-day disabled list with an oblique injury.
The Philadelphia Phillies sent catching prospect Jorge Alfaro to the minors on Friday, but on his way out manager Pete Mackanin complimented him.
Alfaro, image- USA Today Acquired as part of the the return for Cole Hamels and Jake Diekman from Texas last summer, catcher Jorge Alfaro quickly became one of the Phillies’ most promising young talents. With a powerful bat and outstanding skills behind the dish, Alfaro could become a fast moving performer for his new organization. Originally signed by the Rangers for a reported...
View image | gettyimages.com The season is winding down in the minor leagues and plenty of the Phillies minor league clubs are fighting for a spot in the playoffs, with Advanced 'A' Clearwater having already clinched. With a farm system filled with new prospects along with home grown talent, this...
New Phillies prospect Jorge Alfaro made his Phillies organization debut on Thursday, going 1-for-1 while reaching base twice after being hit with a pitched ball. Starting at catcher for the Phils’ rookie level Gulf Coast League team, the Colombia native left the game early after three plate appearances. Reached via text message, Phillies director of player development Joe Jordan...
Wooden baseball bats break quite often during games in the major and minor leagues, but rarely do they break quite like this. Taking batting practice for the Class-A Myrtle Beach Pelicans, Texas Rangers prospect Jorge Alfaro got jammed on pitch and split his bat in half, from top to bottom. Take a look: Not a shining endorsement for this particular bat company.
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