Tag Archives: Hector Neris

Looks Like Another Long Season For the Phillies But Nick Maton Gives Us Hope He Can Become the Next Chase Utley!

It’s becoming increasingly difficult lately to watch a Phillies game. After winning five of six games to open the season, they have lost nine of the next 13 games including last night’s 5-4 defeat to the Colorado Rockies. The team … Continue reading

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Yesterday Was A Great Day For Those of Us Who Follow The Phillies Farm System

We have been closely following the Phillies farm system for the last ten years. Yesterday was one of the good days at the major league level for former Phillies farm hands. Not only did the the Phillies win 6-5 over … Continue reading

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The Phillies Power Bats and Bullpen Arms Were Things of Beauty In The 3-0 Win Over The Pirates

All it took in the Phillies Grapefruit League 3-o win over the Pittsburgh Pirates was a ground single by Didi Gregorius followed by a homer by Bryce Harper in the first inning. Then a tack on home run by Andrew … Continue reading

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The Phillies Still Have Greater Needs Than Just Signing J.T. Realmuto At All Cost!

Sure, it would be nice to tie up J.T. Realmuto long term but at what cost?  After yesterday’s games, it seems the Phillies have great depth behind the plate. Most importantly they proved they can win without Realmuto contributing and … Continue reading

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The Phillies Bullpen Might Be an Adventure This Season!

If the Phillies are able to get into the post-season after the 60-game season,e the bullpen  needs to come up big. Now the pen is the big question mark. The closer, Hector Neri, is up and down. They have no … Continue reading

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The Phillies Might Need Some More Right-handed Pop and Late Relief!

The Phillies 7-2 pre-season win Saturday over Max Scherzer and the defending World Series Champions, Washington Nationals, was impressive but it was not a well rounded victory. The power was supplied early on three-run homers by the left-handed bats of … Continue reading

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The Phillies Top Prospect Spencer Howard Still Waiting His Turn to Pitch In the MLB

Just about all Phillies baseball articles are reporting about the past these days such as Dick Allen for the HOF, the 1993 Phillies team, Ferguson Jenkins when he was in the Phillies organization etc. We like to look toward the … Continue reading

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The Phillies Young Starting Major League Pitchers Were On Display Saturday At The Complex

Vince Velasquez, Jarad Eickhoff , Aaron Nola and Ben Lively threw live batting practice Saturday morning at the Carpenter Complex.  Along with veteran starters Jeremy Hellickson and Clay Buchholz, they hold the keys to much of the success for the … Continue reading

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Phillies Cameron Perkins and Hector Neris Have Big Games In Winter Ball

The Phillies major league spring training camp is only five weeks away but a couple of players look ready to report right now. Yesterday, in the Dominican Winter League clean-up hitter Cameron Perkins went 2 for 4 with 2 RBIs … Continue reading

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The 2015 Offseason Leagues Are Finally Coming To An End For Phillies Prospects

For several Phillies prospects the 2015 season seems to never end.  For them the season is still going on and is now moving deep into January of 2016. The likes of Rhys Hoskins and Cord Sandberg are still playing in … Continue reading

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