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Monthly Archives: April 2010
Outfielder Quintin Berry, who has played just one game this season and has missed the last two weeks of the season with an infection was activated today from the disabled list. To make room on the roster, INF Keoni DeRenne … Continue reading
The injuries continue for the Phils, and the flavor of the day is Ryan Madson, who was placed on the DL with a broken toe, which was apparantly suffered AFTER his appearance on Wednesday. Antonio Bastardo was called up to … Continue reading
Long time reader/commenter DiamondDerby was kind enough to provide us with his thoughts on his trip to see Lakewood play the other day, and so I’ll just post his entire entry below the fold. Check it out and enjoy, and … Continue reading
The weekly report a day early, thanks to a couple of scheduling conflicts. Since the last weekly report, Lehigh Valley has gone 2-3, and stand at 8-11, in 4th place of the Northern Division of the International League, 4.5 games … Continue reading
With the upcoming activation of Brad Lidge on Friday prior to the Phils game against the Mets, the Phillies have announced their intention to send LH reliever Antonio Bastardo back down to the Minors, presumably to Lehigh Valley. Bastardo, 24, … Continue reading
Lehigh Valley loses 5-4. Savery; 5 IP – 7 H – 3 ER – 4 BB – 3 K – 1 HR Reading loses 5-2. Gillies: 0/4 Galvis: 0/3, 1 BB Brown: 0/3, 1 BB Schwimer: 1 IP – 1 … Continue reading
Just the links, here they are Lehigh Valley wins 6-3. Reading loses to the Harrisburg Strasburg’s 1-0 Reading loses 7-6. Clearwater loses 3-0. Lakewood wins 3-2.
Only one game to discuss, as LHV and Reading were rained out, and Clearwater didn’t have a game. Lakewood wins 8-6.
You can check it out here. The angle isn’t really the best, and its only a few pitches interspersed with the interview (and for English being his second language, he’s picked it up well), but he appears to have removed … Continue reading