Tag Archives: Brody Colvin

Phillies Catchers In The Middle Of Winning Baseball At All Levels And Pitcher Ethan Stewart Is A Workhorse

Phillies catchers up and down the organization have been hot at the plate and playing good defense which has resulted in winning baseball.  Carlos Ruiz made a great tag at the plate in last night’s Phillies game and was the … Continue reading

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The Phillies Have Pop In The Reading Lineup With Nebraskans Cody Asche and Darin Ruf.

Last night I decided to kick back, watch some of the Olympics and listen to the Reading Phillies game against the Binghamton Mets on the internet.   Gymnastics and track and field were okay and you have to take a peek … Continue reading

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Moving On Up, Clearwater’s Brody Colvin Gets the Call Up To AA Reading

It’s good news that Clearwater Thresher starter Brody Colvin got the call to Reading.  He is scheduled to make his first Eastern League start Tuesday night against the San Francisco Giants farm team in Richmond Va.   Brody earned the promotion … Continue reading

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The Clearwater Threshers Adam Morgan Is A Younger Version Of The Phillies Cliff Lee

Last night two starting pitchers who are headed in the opposite directions, pitched.  One with the Phillies and the other with team’s farm team, the Clearwater Threshers.  Both are lefties with similar stuff.  They pound the strike zone, have low … Continue reading

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It’s That Hard To Believe that Four Threshers Starters Are The Top Four in Florida State League Strikeouts

As someone who has spent his adult life in politics we would always say “money is the mother’s milk of politics”.   What that means is you can accomplish very little without campaign funds to communicate your message to keep a … Continue reading

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The Ninth Inning Has Become Tyler Time For The Overpowering Clearwater Threshers Pitching Staff

The ninth inning belongs to Tyler Knigge, the Clearwater Threshers’ big 6’4″ 215 lbs. who has become the team’s No. 1 closer.  Last night was no exception.  Knigge picked up his eight save of the season and added two more … Continue reading

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Cameron Rupp On Fire To Start the Second Half of the Florida State League Season

When I go to minor league baseball games I always look around and try to project who will some day be playing in a major league uniform.  Cameron Rupp is one of the few current Clearwater Thresher’s position players that … Continue reading

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