There was a lot of activity as several transactions were conducted. Jesse Valentin and Scott Kingery were both promoted, no accompanying move yet for Clearwater.
Roman Quinn made his first rehab start in Clearwater.
With all the rain outs, there were only a few good performances to report. Tyler Viza tossed a two-hitter over seven innings for Reading. Rhys Hoskins hit his 29th home run.
Nick Fanti picked up his third win for the GCL Phillies, this one in relief..
17-year old catcher Rafael Marchan is probably deserving of some notice. He had another productive game for the DSL Phillies2 and has kept his average well over .300 for about two weeks now after roughly 80 at bats. Continue reading Box Score Recap – 7/25/2016
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The Phillies continued to lose after the break. They dropped a four-game series against the Marlins and three-game series against and the Pirates, winning only one game in each series. Their 2-5 record record dropped their season record to 45-55. They are 3-7 in the 10 games since the all star game.
The Phillies play 13 of their next 17 games on the road.
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The organization’s top five affiliated teams played and won on Sunday. The day’s best performances included David Buchanan’s four-hit, shutout over 6.1 innings for Lehigh Valley. Darin Ruf hit 2 home runs.
Anthony Vasquez pitched a complete game for Reading. Andrew Pullin had 3 hits, Jake Fox hit a home run.
Austin Bossart paced Clearwater early, driving in his first three Threshers’ runs of season. Zach Green contributed a two-run homer run.
In Lakewood, Grenny Cumana’s 4 hits led their 14-hit attack. “C” Randolph had 3 RBI.
Williamsport’s JoJo Romero tossed shutout innings, Luis Encarnacion hit a home run, and Arquimedes Gamboa drove in the game-winning, walk off run. Continue reading Box Score Recap – 7/24/2016