Category Archives: 2. GCL
This post will provide a brief summary about the new names seen on the minor league work groups this spring. There are more than 20 players on the minor league spring training rosters that are new signings or who played … Continue reading
It’s that time of year again. The draft has ended and the short-season leagues in Williamsport and Clearwater have started. The Crosscutters and GCL Phils are giving us our first looks at some new prospects. After the first week plus of games, … Continue reading
Instructional league starts today (9/21). Preliminary roster and schedule after the jump. New names from the Latin American leagues include Lino Martinez and Lisalberto Bonilla as well as the first extended look at recent signees such as Brody Colvin and … Continue reading
Sorry for the lack of updates. I had been having some computer troubles that I finally got resolved. I’m sure you’ve all been faithfully following along the last few weeks so I’ll recap Williamsport’s last two weeks and the past … Continue reading
Williamsport: 13-11, 3 GB, T2 in the NYPL Pinckney Division Is Anthony Hewitt’s light bulb coming on? Is Matt Way the next JA Happ? Take a look inside the weekly recap and start the discussion.
The shortseason teams are in full swing, so let’s get to the recaps. GCL, as usual, has missed a few games due to the rain.
It’s that time of year again, so let’s get right to it. Williamsport : 5-4, 1 GB in the NYPL Pinckney division Williamsport beats State College 15-2 Leandro Castro got the year off on the right note by going 5-6 … Continue reading
Each year the Phillies bring a host of new International players to spring training, mostly from their complex league teams in the Dominican Republic and Venezuela. This article will summarize some notes on all the new players that have not … Continue reading
Today I’m going to start my reviews of the 6 Phillies minor league affiliates. I was originally planning to do something more in depth, but I haven’t quite finished my new system yet. Its to the point where I can … Continue reading