Decision day for the Phillies when it comes to four players

Hey, it’s deadline day for players eligible for salary arbitration. via GIPHY That means the Phillies have to decide what to do with Freddy Galvis, Cesar Hernandez, Jeanmar Gomez and Cody Asche. So what are the chances each player gets a contract. Freddy GalvisLook, Freddy drives me nuts. I know, I know. He plays great defense and he hit 20 homers. But, by god, remember how fans would go nuts…

December 2, 2016
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Cody Asche Hinting at His Return to Phillies from the DL?

Missing from the Philadelphia Phillies all season long has been utility player Cody Asche. The third baseman turned outfielder strained his oblique in spring training nearly three months ago and has been rehabing ever since. Oblique injuries, also called rib cage strains, can be very tricky to recover from and tend to linger. After getting […] Cody Asche Hinting at His Return to Phillies from the DL? – That Balls…

May 27, 2016
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Lowly Phillies Sink to New Depth

Fans of the Philadelphia Phillies have known since before the season even began that their favorite ball club was not going to contend in the 2015 season. But this lowly season sank to new depths in an 8-2 defeat on Wednesday at the hands of the visiting Atlanta Braves. This latest loss dropped the Phils […] Lowly Phillies Sink to New Depth Author: Matthew Veasey From Feed: http://thatballsouttahere.com/category/phillies/feed/ Powered by…

September 10, 2015
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Fish Fry Williams, Hold Off Phils Rally

The Miami Marlins built up an 8-1 lead against Phillies’ starting pitcher Jerome Williams after just two innings, then held off a furious rally by the visitors for a 9-7 win at Marlins Park. Williams (4-9) showed no signs of the competent starting pitcher who had shown up on the mound in his last three […] Fish Fry Williams, Hold Off Phils Rally Author: Matthew Veasey From Feed: http://thatballsouttahere.com/category/phillies/feed/ Powered…

August 21, 2015
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Phils Can’t Keep Up With Big Jays Bats

The Toronto Blue Jays had a powerful lineup before the MLB trade deadline, and since that time they bolstered their attack even further. That big attack came to Philly last night and overpowered the Phillies by an 8-5 score at Citizens Bank Park. The Jays got a pair of homeruns from AL MVP candidate 3rd […] Phils Can’t Keep Up With Big Jays Bats Author: Matthew Veasey From Feed: http://thatballsouttahere.com/category/phillies/feed/…

August 19, 2015
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Utley Passes the Audition in Phils’ Loss

With incessant, pesky trade rumors buzzing around him like biting flies on a warm, breezy Jersey shore beach, Chase Utley put on a show last night at Miller Park in Milwaukee for scouts in attendance and a half-dozen contenders following him. Unfortunately for the Phillies, their beloved 2008 World Series hero was about the only one […] Utley Passes the Audition in Phils’ Loss Author: Matthew Veasey From Feed: http://thatballsouttahere.com/category/phillies/feed/ Powered…

August 15, 2015
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Cameron’s E-Rupp-tion Paces Phils

The Phillies used a huge 3-run homer by catcher Cameron Rupp and a clutch 4-out Save from closer Ken Giles to escape the desert of Arizona with a 7-6 win over the host Diamondbacks, avoiding a sweep in the series at Chase Field. While the afternoon temperatures in Phoenix soared past 100 steamy degrees for […] Cameron’s E-Rupp-tion Paces Phils Author: Matthew Veasey From Feed: http://thatballsouttahere.com/category/phillies/feed/ Powered by WPeMatico

August 13, 2015
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Late Night with Cameron Rupp

Cameron Rupp led off the top of the 12th inning with a solo homer on a 3-2 pitch from San Diego Padres reliever Kevin Quackenbush (1-2), providing the winning margin in the Phillies 4-3 victory in late night Friday action. Of course, it was only late night on Friday if you were with the team, […] Late Night with Cameron Rupp Author: Matthew Veasey From Feed: http://thatballsouttahere.com/category/phillies/feed/ Powered by WPeMatico

August 8, 2015
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Braves Avoid Sweep in Finale

The Braves and Phillies spent a Sunday afternoon blowing opportunities at Citizens Bank Park. But the visitors cashed in a few more than the hosts, avoiding a sweep in the four-game series with a 6-2 win in the finale. Phils’ rookie Adam Morgan continued his inconsistent pitching, yielding 4 earned runs on 7 hits and […] Braves Avoid Sweep in Finale Author: Matthew Veasey From Feed: http://thatballsouttahere.com/category/phillies/feed/ Powered by WPeMatico

August 3, 2015
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Phillies Bring Heat to Canada

The Phillies travelled across the international border to Canada, and brought with them baseball’s best record since the MLB All-Star break. After escaping with a 3-2 win over the host Toronto Blue Jays in the opener of this quick 2-game series at Rogers Centre, the club as now won 9 of 10 games since the […] Phillies Bring Heat to Canada Author: Matthew Veasey From Feed: http://thatballsouttahere.com/category/phillies/feed/ Powered by WPeMatico

July 29, 2015
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