The Scottsdale Scorpions beat the Salt River Rafters 7-4 in the Arizona Fall League opener for both teams last night. Three Phillies’ prospects saw action – Roman Quinn, Colton Murray, and Nefi Ogando.
Roman Quinn started in centerfield and recorded 2 put outs. He led off for the Scorpions and finished with 1 hit in 5 at bats. Continue reading
Big news of the week – Cody Asche earned praise from a scout on Twitter…for his defense. Wild.
As usual, here’s a link to all the stat lines for all of the Phils minor leaguers in off-season leagues. Justin Friend continues to get the job done. We’ll see what he can do in AAA next season, I imagine. Continue reading
A reminder to anyone interested, the AFL Rising Stars Game is tonight. It’s on MLB Network at 8pm EST for those properly-cabled amongst you. I tried to figure if it was going to be streaming but I can’t tell, (might be), and it looks like it’s not on MLB.TV or MiLB.TV, at least according to their website schedules for today.
Not much to write home about on the stat front – Jay Johnson had a couple nice outings, and Tommy Joseph’s been on base in 4 of his 5 games since coming back from the flu.
As usual, here’s a link to all the stat lines for all of the Phils minor leaguers in off-season leagues. Cesar Hernandez is running wild in Venezuela. 7/8 on steal attempts. Continue reading
Zach Collier is really hitting well out there in AZ. 3 multi-hit games out of his last 5, and really bruising some right-handed pitching. And Tommy Joseph back in action after a week off with the flu, as was first reported (I think) by Jay Floyd over at Phoulballz.com.
Anyway, here’s a link to all the stat lines for all of the Phils minor leaguers in off-season leagues. Darin Ruf is killing him some baseballs. His ISO is .500 (in a SSS of 50 ABs). Even still…killing baseballs. Continue reading
About 2 weeks into the AFL season now. Of note is Kyle Simon’s nice outing yesterday. Looks like he’ll be used as a starter every fifth day. Will be interesting to see how the league handles him (or the top of the league’s lineups, anyway), when they get to see him a second time around in the same game. He was not great with the Baltimore org as a starter in 2012, and was thriving as a reliever in Reading.
Anyway, here’s a link to all the stat lines for all of the Phils minor leaguers in off-season leagues. Looks like a handful more guys are playing than were last time I checked. Lisalverto Bonilla is back in action, which is a good thing. Unfortunately, I am pretty sure Domingo Santana is not Phils property, despite being on that website. Continue reading
More than a week into the AFL season, and Cody Ashce continues to rake. It’s like he’s back in Clearwater with those numbers.
Anyway, here’s a link to all the stat lines for all of the Phils minor leaguers in off-season leagues. Good place to go check in on Freddy Galvis and Darin Ruf and Tyson Gillies, among others. Just ignore Justin Friend’s 27.00 ERA. Give him a full year, and it’ll come down to 0.27. Trust me.
Also of note, the AFL guys have new photos. Which means one important thing: Kyle Simon’s mustache. Continue reading
After a couple games, you can see that all of the Phillies prospects have played. Cody Asche had a nice game in there. Kyle Simon didn’t really have a great one last night. Which is a mild understatement. Come to think of it, calling that a mild understatement is a mild understatement. And so forth.
As most of you know, seven Phillies minor leaguers will participate in the Arizona Fall League this year as members of the Peoria Javelinas. The list includes four Reading relievers, and three interesting position players: C Tommy Joseph, 3B Cody Asche, OF Zach Collier, LHP Jay Johnson and RHPs Colby Shreve, Tyler Knigge and Kyle Simon.
It hasn’t been a great AFL season for the Phillies reps. But Jacob Diekman has done well (except the walks). Find all the rest below the fold.
Here is your latest update. As a reminder, the AFL is very offense-friendly. That said, the Phillies offensive players have been disappointing, and if they were looking at Overbeck’s AFL performance to determine if he was worth a spot on the 40 man roster, the answer might be no. The AFL is a small sample, and while maybe teams shouldn’t place a big emphasis on it, many of them do. I’m less concerned about Gillies, simply because he hasn’t been healthy in like 2 years, and he’s trying to shake the rust off. Simply being on the field and playing is a big step for him, and I think its a no brainer that he will be protected. Cloyd is missing bats, but his other numbers haven’t been overwhelming. Check below the fold for the player pages