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  • Inbox: What are Phils' plans for middle infield?
    What are the Phillies' plans next season with Cesar Hernandez, Freddy Galvis, Scott Kingery and J.P. Crawford? Beat reporter Todd Zolecki answers this and more in the latest Inbox.
  • Daulton remembered for what he shared -- love
    Larry Andersen took the Phillies charter home from San Francisco after Sunday's series finale at AT&T Park, got home around 3 o'clock Monday morning, then turned right around and went back to the airport without bothering to sleep.
  • Kingery extends hit streak to 19
    Francisco Mejia and Bobby Bradley helped bring Akron's five-game losing streak to an end as the duo combined for five extra-base hits, five runs and six RBIs in a 13-5 victory against Harrisburg.
  • No substitute for Altherr on Players Weekend
    Aaron Altherr will wear "A-a-ron" across the back of his jersey during Players Weekend as a nod to the well-known substitute teacher comedy skit.
  • Florimon gives Phillies win to close road trip
    Pedro Florimon delivered the biggest hit of the Phillies' three-run seventh Sunday, squeaking a two-run single to right field off Giants reliever Hunter Strickland, giving the Phillies back-to-back wins to cap their West Coast road trip. Starter Ben Lively delivered six innings of two-run ball while Jorge Alfaro brought home the game-tying run to help the Phillies knock off the Giants, 5-2.
  • Young Phillies providing excitement for future
    Several players who spent time this season with Triple-A Lehigh Valley, many them prospects. played key roles in Sunday's 5-2 win over the Giants, helping the Phillies split the series after opening their seven-game road trip through San Diego and San Francisco with five losses.
  • Phillies Minor League review for Aug. 14-20
    Players of the Week: Lehigh Valley second baseman Scott Kingery and Williamsport lefty David Parkinson.
  • Phillies' Top 30 Prospects list
    Who do the Phillies have in the pipeline? Get scouting reports, video, stats, projected ETAs and more for Philly's Top 30 Prospects on MLBPipeline.com's Prospect Watch.
  • Nola set to open twin bill vs. Marlins
    Rained out April 25, the Marlins and Phillies will make the game up as part of a doubleheader Tuesday at Citizens Bank Park. The first game will start at 4:05 p.m. ET, with the second game to get underway 30 minutes after the conclusion of the first contest.
  • Kingery makes Pipeline Team of the Week
    MLBPipeline.com's Prospect Team of the Week honors the best performances from the previous seven days. Any player currently on an organization Top 30 Prospects list on our Prospect Watch is eligible.
  • Phillies trying prospect Crawford at third
    J.P. Crawford is moving to third base, at least temporarily to find him playing time next month in the big leagues. He started at third base Sunday evening with Triple-A Lehigh Valley.
  • PA Junior Leaguer leaps fence to rob home run
    PA Junior Leaguer leaps fence to rob home run
  • Kingery extends streak to 18
    Yankees prospects Miguel Andujar and Domingo German led Triple-A Scranton/Wilkes-Barre to a 3-0 win over Durham with a pair of strong performances on Sunday.
  • Phillies race past Giants with grand 6th
    Ty Kelly put the punctuation mark on the Phillies' breakout night at the plate Saturday, lifting a grand slam in the sixth -- part of a seven-run inning -- to help Philadelphia break a six-game losing streak in a 12-9 win over the Giants.
  • Kelly's slam, Hoskins' big fly fuel Phillies' win
    Ty Kelly has barely played this season, and when he has played, he has only 14 hits in 75 at-bats. But he has made those hits count, like his grand slam in Saturday night's 12-9 victory over the Giants. While Kelly is the forgotten man on the roster, Rhys Hoskins is the center of attention.
  • Alfaro gets first big league start at first base
    Phillies manager Pete Mackanin found an unexpected way to keep Jorge Alfaro in the lineup. He started him at first base in Saturday night's game against the Giants at AT&T Park.
  • Phillies can't recover from Giants' outburst
    The Giants wasted no time in becoming the latest National League West team to see Phillies starter Zach Eflin well, notching three runs in the first and adding three more over the second and third innings in San Francisco's 10-2 win over Philadelphia on Friday.
  • Sore shoulder hampers Eflin in loss to Giants
    Phillies right-hander Zach Eflin left Friday night's 10-2 loss to the Giants at AT&T Park after the fifth inning because of discomfort in his right shoulder. He stressed that leaving the game was precautionary, but he will be examined further Saturday. Eflin missed time earlier this season in Triple-A because of a strained right elbow.
  • Herrera goes on DL with left hamstring strain
    The Phillies will miss one of the hottest hitters in baseball a little while longer.They announced shortly before Friday night's game against the Giants at AT&T Park that Odubel Herrera has been placed on the 10-day disabled list with a strained left hamstring.
  • Phillies fall short of picking up Nola
    The Giants' outfield of Jarrett Parker, Denard Span and Hunter Pence combined to generate most of the club's offense in Thursday night's 5-4 victory over the Phillies that opened a four-game series.
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