Phillies Spring Training
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Latest Philly Phillies Spring Training
On a staff of aces and team of stars, Lee has been the center of attention since the Philadelphia Phillies opened spring training.
The 32-year-old Utley got the shot Friday. He has not appeared in any of the Phillies eight exhibition games this spring, and was out of the lineup for Saturday’s game against the Pittsburgh Pirates.
In Clearwater, Phillies general manager Ruben Amaro spoke today with KYW’s Jack O’Rourke about Chase Utley’s patella tendinitis.
“Yeah, I don’t remember the last time I showed up to spring training being healthy or not having any type of suspension, issues, anything like that,” Romero told KYW Newsradio today.
Friday is reporting day for Phillies position players at spring training in Clearwater, but many have been in camp for days already.
On the first day of workouts for Phillies pitchers and catchers, the team’s vaunted starting rotation held a press conference to preview the upcoming season.
Phils fans will be flocking to Florida for spring training but there are many fans who won’t have to travel far to see their Fightin’s.
* Who plays right field — Really the biggest question the Phillies have heading into Clearwater is how they will replace Jayson Werth. There are no shortages of candidates in house, although none of them […]
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