Tag Archives: Mauricio Llovera

The 2020 Phillies Season Can’t End Too Soon For Me!

I have waved the white flag. The sooner this baseball season ends the better.  I have never been so disappointed trying to watch Phillies baseball since the 1964 season Last night’s game was the end for me. “No mas” as … 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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First Ever MLB Summer Training Begins-Who Stands Out For The Phillies

It’s the shortest MLB season ever. Only 60 games starting in two weeks. No time to dawdle. I’ll get right to the points I want to make. Here’s mine so far based on the first week of “summer training”. Trevor Kelley … Continue reading

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Let’s Get This Party Started, The Phillies Start Summer Training Camp Today

Finally, it looks like the 2020 season is getting started. No more Phillies spring training games in Clearwater. Just some summer training tuneups at Citizens Bank Park before the regular season starts with a 60 game schedule. It’s a sprint … Continue reading

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Homegrown Mauricio Llovera and Spencer Howard Show The Increasing Depth Of Phillies Pitching

It’s always fun when players you have watched in the minor leagues progress up the ladder to the major league level. We were there for Mauricio Llovera in 2018 and Spencer Howard in 2019. They were the best starters the … Continue reading

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Phillies Catchers and Pitchers Have Reported To Clearwater: J.T. Realmuto Stands Out With the Bat

If you want a batting practice home run ball, just stand behind the left field fence at Roberts Field. This is where J.T. Realmuto deposited at least ten long balls over the fence in catchers batting practice on Thursday. He … Continue reading

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Lots of Fun Watching Darick Hall Light Up the Scoreboard For Reading Last Night!

We had a lot of fun last night watching MiLB-TV.  Darick Hall put on quite a show hitting a two-run double and a three-run homer leading Reading to an 8-1 win over the Blue Jays farm team from New Hampshire. … Continue reading

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After Only Five Games Into the Season, the Phillies Farm System Is Taking Shape

The top two farm teams in the Phillies system are off to strong starts. Last night they both won closely contested games to go 4-1 on the season. Lehigh Valley won at home 5-4 over Scranton Wilkes-Barre thanks to a … Continue reading

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The Phillies Minor League Team Downs Villanova University 6-0 at Spectrum Field

The Phillies Minor League team made up of A ball and rookie level players downed the Villanova University Wildcat team 6-0 at Spectrum Field. The Phillies received strong pitching which allowed only one hit and had solid hitting in the … Continue reading

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Do The Phillies Have Enough Starting Pitching to Win the N.L. East?

The really big question remains “Do the Phillies have Enough Starting Pitching to Win the N.L. East?  Philly,com Bob Brookover asked that question in today’s Extra Innings column, Read HERE. Brookover points out that the current projected Phillies starting pitching … Continue reading

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