We’re at the tail end of the rainy season in Florida. Tuesday’s game was played at an earlier time and over before I got to the stadium. Today’s intrasquad game started at 1:00pm. Phils1 played Phils2. The game was called after 6 innings. Phils 2 made up an early 3-0 deficit to win 10-3. The pitching was a little sketchy, but some of the guys threw well. Ismael Cabrera started for Phils2 and Carlos Indriago started for Phils1. Each threw 2 innings. Continue reading Florida Instructional League, Intrasquad Game – 10/1/2014
The Florida Instructional League scheduled an intrasquad game for Friday at 1:45pm. In an effort to get the game in ahead of the rainy weather, they moved the game up to 10:00am, but still had to call it by 10:30am.
The rain was so heavy that Bright House Field was unplayable for Saturday’s 10:00am game against the Yankees, and was moved to Robin Roberts Field at the Carpenter Complex.
I arrived in the bottom of the first inning after getting a flat tire on Route 19. Those of you who have been down here know that is not the best place to get a flat. So, by the time I got to the correct field, I just tracked highlights and didn’t chart pitches or keep a proper score card. Continue reading Baseball, Prospects, and an Icon; 9/20/2014
The Phillies topped the Jays 8-3 today. They remain 2 games behind the Yankees with 5 games remaining. They play the Yankees twice next week in games that will likely determine the division winner.
Sam McWilliams drew the start for the Phils. His fastball was 86-87 mph. He also had a change up at 82, slider at 78, and a slow curve at 68. He allowed single runs in each of the first two innings, and was pulled when he reahed his pitch count in the fourth inning. His pitching stats – Continue reading GCL Phillies Beat Jays, Josh Taylor Shines; August 22, 2014