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July 8, 1993 | By Dave Caldwell, INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
Would someone please remind Ruben Amaro Jr. that this is only batting practice? Here it is, two hours before game time, and Amaro is shagging fly balls as if he were playing the seventh game of the World Series. Then Amaro stands in the batter's box and studies Phillies coach John Vukovich, a jelly-armed 45- year-old BP pitcher, as if he were facing Dwight Gooden. Then Amaro puts on full catcher's gear in 92-degree heat and starts catching batting practice. No one catches big-league batting practice.
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May 23, 1993 | THE INQUIRER STAFF
Ruben Amaro's single with one out in the bottom of the 10th inning lifted the Scranton/Wilkes-Barre Red Barons to a 3-2 victory over the Rochester Red Wings last night in the International League. Amaro's hit came off Jeff Williams with the bases loaded. Joe Millette, who reached on a fielder's choice after Sean Ryan led off the inning with a single, scored the winning run. He advanced to third base on walks by Steve Bieser and Kevin Stocker. Tim Mauser retired the only two men he faced, with two on in the top of the 10th, to earn the victory.
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November 25, 2008 | By Todd Zolecki INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
Ruben Amaro Jr. has not had much time to reflect on the Phillies' World Series championship. He has been too busy since he replaced Pat Gillick as general manager. "It's been a bit of whirlwind," Amaro said last night at the Phillies' World Series DVD premiere at the Bridge Cinema De Lux in Philadelphia. "It'll be nice to sit down, watch what happened, and kind of relive it. " But while the Phillies and their fans enjoyed the story of the 2008 season at five area theaters last night, the Phillies' future remains a hot topic of conversation - and nothing has been hotter than the condition of Chase Utley's hip. Utley had surgery on his right hip yesterday at the Hospital for Special Surgery in New York.
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July 25, 1992 | By Frank Fitzpatrick, INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
Ruben Amaro began this season a hero in his home town. Now, unless he is recalled in September, he will end it forgotten in Scranton. The Phillies sent the struggling rookie outfielder back to triple-A Scranton/Wilkes-Barre yesterday to make room on the roster for another outfielder, Jim Lindeman, who was reactivated after being on the disabled list since May 10 with a back ailment. Amaro, who hit three homers in the season's first week, while filling in for the injured Lenny Dykstra, couldn't maintain that pace.
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October 15, 2005 | By Todd Zolecki INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
Houston Astros general manager Tim Purpura said Thursday that Ruben Amaro Jr. should be a candidate for every general manager's vacancy in baseball. Well, he's a candidate for at least two jobs so far. Amaro is a candidate for the Phillies' job, and a baseball source said yesterday that he will interview for a senior front-office position with the Baltimore Orioles today. It's unclear exactly what the position will be, but it clearly would be a promotion for Amaro, who has been assistant GM with the Phillies since 1998.
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August 25, 1992 | by Paul Hagen, Daily News Sports Writer
It was 139 nights ago, but it seems like another lifetime to Ruben Amaro when he electrified a city. It was the second game of the season. Lenny Dykstra had interrupted a fastball with his wrist in the opener. A funk descended. Everybody understood what Dude meant to the Phillies. Manager Jim Fregosi, who had little choice, wrote Amaro into Dykstra's spot playing center and leading off and hoped for the best. That first game was better than Fregosi or anybody else could have possibly hoped for. On April 8 at Veterans Stadium, he had a fairy tale beginning, with two doubles, a homer, three runs batted in and three runs scored.
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February 14, 2014 | BY RYAN LAWRENCE, Daily News Staff Writer rlawrence@phillynews.com
CLEARWATER, Fla. - While most of the 27 other pitchers in camp got their arms in motion, half of them preparing to throw off the mounds, Cole Hamels played catch at a shorter distance. He's behind the rest of the pitchers in camp, just as he said he would be a day earlier. He hopes to throw his first bullpen session before the end of next weekend. Hamels, who is throwing pain-free after battling biceps tendinitis in November, is unconcerned and believes he can play catch-up, even if he's not able to take the ball on Opening Day. The man who signed Hamels to the richest contract in Phillies history also isn't worried.
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June 5, 1987 | By TED SILARY, Daily News Sports Writer Compiled from staff and wire reports
Ruben Amaro, Stanford University's senior leftfielder, is feeling better than the average College World Series participant. That's because he soon will be playing pro ball, having been selected by the California Angels in the 11th round of the major league draft. "I was hoping to get a chance last year, but I was thinking too far ahead of the game," Amaro said. "I was worried more about getting drafted than I was about just playing well. "I didn't come around to hit like I knew I could until I played last summer in the Cape Cod (college)
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August 30, 1993 | By Frank Fitzpatrick, INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
Sometime before the team leaves Chicago on Wednesday, it's very likely that Ruben Amaro will be wearing a Phillies uniform again and that Mike Williams will be, briefly, off the big-league roster. General manager Lee Thomas yesterday preferred not to discuss the specifics of any move he might make, beyond indicating that one would take place before the Sept. 1 deadline for adding postseason-eligible players. By demoting Williams temporarily - he probably would be put back on the roster when it can be expanded after Sept.
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March 27, 1993 | by Paul Hagen, Daily News Sports Writer
The Phillies have 35 players left in camp. The simple arithmetic means that sometime before the regular season opens a week from Monday in Houston, there will be 10 players who will be approached by a coach and get the whispered message that manager Jim Fregosi would like to see them in his office. There, the news will be delivered that the player is being returned to the minors or, occasionally, released. More arithmetic is working against outfielder Ruben Amaro. The numbers began to add up at the winter meetings when the Phillies signed outfielders Pete Incaviglia and Milt Thompson to free agent contracts and announced that Dale Murphy would be returning as a non-roster invitee.
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