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Phils' Middlebrooks carted off field after injury

Will Middlebrooks, in camp with the Phillies on a minor-league contract, appeared to injure his left ankle or leg Saturday after his ankle seemed to get caught under left fielder Andrew Pullin as both were pursuing a pop fly.

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Eagles' Kelce inspires Phillies with camp visit

Wearing a red No. 62 Phillies spring training jersey, Eagles star Jason Kelce was the main guest inside the team clubhouse on Monday during the first official day of workouts.

David Schoenfield ESPN Senior Writer 

Phillies GM Matt Klentak told me the other day the club will give second base prospect Scott Kingery -- No. 33 on Keith Law's top 100 prospects list -- reps at multiple positions in spring training and Triple-A. Klentak said Kingery is a dynamic defender at second and can handle shortstop and will play some third and outfield. He didn't play short in college only because he was a teammate of Pirates prospect Kevin Newman. It's a great idea. Cesar Hernandez is a solid player (3.1 WAR in 2017), so the Phillies don't HAVE to trade him and maybe Kingery develops into a Ben Zobrist-like super-utility guy.

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RHP Geltz among 4 banned for drug violations

Former Tampa Bay pitcher Steve Geltz, currently on Philadelphia's Triple-A roster, was banned 100 games after a third positive test for a drug of abuse. Three other minor leaguers drew 50-game suspensions.

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Phils give Flaherty, Cowgill minor league deals

Infielder Ryan Flaherty and outfielder Collin Cowgill have agreed to minor league contracts with the Philadelphia Phillies and will attend big league spring training.

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Phillies agree with K-Rod on minor league deal

Former All-Star reliever Francisco Rodriguez has agreed to a minor league contract with the Phillies and will report to major league spring training.

David Schoenfield ESPN Senior Writer 

Two years ago, Curt Schilling was 11 percent ahead of Mike Mussina in the voting. Now Mussina is 12 percent ahead and trending in the right direction while Schilling has stalled. Both are very strong candidates in my opinion, well above the bar for Hall of Fame pitchers, especially when considering Schilling's postseason numbers. You have to think Schilling's controversial political views have hurt him at the ballot box.

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Chipper, Vlad among 4 elected to Cooperstown

The Baseball Hall of Fame will welcome four new members into its ranks, as Chipper Jones, Vladimir Guerrero, Trevor Hoffman and Jim Thome were named to the class of 2018.

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Phils reach deals with 2B Hernandez, 3B Franco

The Philadelphia Phillies have agreed to a $5.1 million, one-year deal with Cesar Hernandez, avoiding arbitration with the second baseman who has led the team in batting average each of the past two seasons.

Team Stats

  • Pitching
  • Batting
Earned Run Average3.7812th
Quality Starts0Tied-1st
Batting Average.27313th
On Base Percentage.333Tied-14th
Slugging Percentage.42412th