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  • Galvis gets four hits, but IronPigs fall to Durham

    Galvis gets four hits, but IronPigs fall to Durham
    Freddy Galvis opened the 2014 season on the Phillies roster, the third consecutive season he began the season in a major league uniform. A month later in early May, after a brutal 2-for-42 start at the plate, the 24-year-old utility infielder was sent...
  • Buchanan heads for Philadelphia; Manship gets start for IronPigs

    As expected, it was not David Buchanan who took the mound for the IronPigs in this morning’s Camp Day matinee against Durham at Coca-Cola Park. Instead, the starting assignment went to Jeff Manship. “That’s Triple-A baseball,”...
  • IronPigs end 10-game losing streak in dramatic fashion

    IronPigs end 10-game losing streak in dramatic fashion
    Lehigh Valley was six outs away from making franchise history. Instead, the IronPigs equaled their second-largest comeback in their seven-year existence by scoring eight runs on eight hits. Maikel Franco, who had a costly error earlier in the game,...
  • Abreu raises batting average, MAG's sore shoulder and where's Rollins?

     
    Bobby Abreu has a big day Heading into Wednesday’s game against Baltimore, Bobby Abreu was hitting just .150. The recently turned 40-year-old went 2-for-3, including a triple, with a run scored and a walk against the Orioles and has now raised his...
  • Martin a bright spot in another IronPigs blowout loss to Chiefs

    First, Ethan Martin didn't pitch from June 7 with the Phillies until June 23 with the IronPigs. He lost his rhythm and his confidence in those 15 days of inactivity. Martin appears to have regained both. The 25-year-old right-hander had his fourth...
  • IronPigs: 10 things to watch for during season's second half

    On an otherwise calm June 22 night at Coca-Cola Park, Lehigh Valley was in the midst of blowing an early lead when the wind kicked up in the final inning of the game against Columbus. Closer Luis Garcia, who hadn't given up an earned run since the...
  • Jason Hammel 'not too happy' with outing in Orioles' 5-3 loss to Phillies

    Jason Hammel 'not too happy' with outing in Orioles' 5-3 loss to Phillies
    Orioles right-hander Jason Hammel wasn’t pleased with his outing Sunday against the Phillies at Bright House Field, but continues to feel healthy after last year’s right knee injuries. Hammel, the favorite to be the team’s Opening...
  • How Betancourt's release affects the rest of the bench make-up

     
    Surely, it's wasn't because of a lack of production. Despite hitting .447 with 14 RBIs (tied for third on the team), three doubles and a home run, the Phillies released Yuniesky Betancourt after Sunday's Grapefruit League game against the Red......
  • Now What?

     
    OK, so the Phillies have fought their way back to .500 just in time for the All-Star Break. Now what? Several of my recommendations from earlier in the season have been adopted, with Darin Ruff now manning first base and......
  • Decision looming about Betancourt

     
    Looks like Charlie Manuel wants to see what some of his left-handed hitters can do against a left-handed pitcher. Manuel has five left-handed hitters starting against Braves pitcher Paul Maholm. Jermaine Mitchell is playing center field and leading off;...
  • Papelbon patiently waiting his turn

     
    Even if the Phillies are losing, get ready to see Jonathan Papelbon take the mound. The closer hasn’t pitched since April 4, the last game in Atlanta. He wasn’t complaining and understands that getting into a game can be tricky......