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Replacing a legend

Paul Hagen of MLB.com writes about the challenge of repeating a legend throughout Major League Baseball history, a tradition being continued now by shortstops Didi Gregorius of the Yankees and Freddy Galvis of the Phillies, as well as new Rays manager Kevin Cash. Take a look . . .

Opening Day

Tigers beat Phillies 6-0

CLEARWATER, Fla. – Detroit pitcher Alfredo Simon showed off his slowest stuff in another sharp outing.

Simon tossed three scoreless innings, Daniel Fields, J.D. Martinez and Steven Moya hit homers and the Detroit Tigers beat the Philadelphia Phillies 6-0 on Tuesday. 665 more words


Important Position Battles: NL East

By Jim McCormick

Spring Training is an important time for managers and GM’s alike, as it is the perfect time to see how a player can perform. 1,955 more words


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Aumont, Hernandez Out of Options

Projecting the Phillies’ Opening Day roster is an annual rite of spring.

For that reason it is worth knowing the players in camp without options. Options play a considerable role in a player’s chances of making the 25-man roster. 288 more words

It's the Freddy Galvis Show

Freddy Galvis is the man of the hour. With the Jimmy Rollins trade, Galvis has been the one to watch…and it seems that everyone IS watching. 444 more words


The Phillies Front Office Shows A Strong Focus On Bunting Practice In Today's Spring Training Action

Yesterday, we watched the long ball over at Bright House as Jeff Francoeur, Darin Ruf and even Oduble Herrera all went deep in BP as Mike Schmidt and Charlie Manuel looked on from behind the batting cage.   391 more words

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Galvis Gets His Shot, But Is He Ready?

Freddy Galvis swears he cannot remember the moment he heard the Phillies traded Jimmy Rollins.

Funny, it would seem to be a momentous occasion. 534 more words