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July 29, 2014 | BY ANDREW ALBERT, Daily News Staff Writer alberta@phillynews.com
ALLENTOWN - Like the Phillies, Freddy Galvis has had a rough year. The 24-year-old infielder found misfortune even before the season started, and it has not gotten much better since. In late March, Glavis contracted MRSA, a staph infection that can easily lead to other infections, and had to be hospitalized. The Phillies made the decision that he would start the season on the disabled list, putting him behind right from the get-go. "It was really tough because I didn't get to do a spring training," Galvis said.
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July 20, 2014 | By Matt Gelb, Inquirer Staff Writer
ATLANTA - For four days, the Phillies dispersed. Most went home. A few vacationed at the beach, and one traveled to Minnesota. They convened Friday at Turner Field, a group of 25 men still intact from last weekend. That will not last. Ryne Sandberg relaxed in Cape May, and the Phillies manager heard unsolicited advice from fans. He, like everyone in the Phillies clubhouse, knows change is looming. He watched another dispiriting loss, 6-4, to first-place Atlanta, and he must create another lineup Saturday because that is what this job demands.
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June 20, 2014 | By Matt Gelb, Inquirer Staff Writer
There was a break between innings during a recent Phillies loss, and David Montgomery looked toward second base from the owner's suite at Citizens Bank Park. That is Chase Utley's spot; it was his when this sparkling ballpark opened, and when the Phillies signed Utley to a two-year contract last summer with three option years, Montgomery imagined it was Utley's until he relinquished it. Utley and shortstop Jimmy Rollins have started 1,129 games together, the most of all active double-play combinations.
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June 2, 2014 | BY RYAN LAWRENCE, Daily News Staff Writer rlawrence@phillynews.com
IN A WEEK that featured one player contracting a MRSA infections (Freddy Galvis), another suffering a serious rib-cage injury (Darin Ruf) and another disappearing from camp altogether (Kevin Frandsen), it was easy for Justin De Fratus to fall below the radar as the Phillies' time in Clearwater, Fla. began to draw to a close in March. But De Fratus was completely OK with that. Not with catching the flu bug for 9 days and being sidelined from throwing for 6 days, of course. But with the idea of not making headlines for reasons neither good nor bad. Middle relievers, much like placekickers in football, know they're going well if they can do their job and go largely unnoticed.
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May 25, 2014 | BY RYAN LAWRENCE, Daily News Staff Writer rlawrence@phillynews.com
THE COMPOSITION of the Phillies bench took a wild turn in the last week of spring training, when Darin Ruf suffered a severe rib-cage injury, Freddy Galvis contracted a MRSA infection and Kevin Frandsen elected for free agency after being removed from the 40-man roster. It's continued to be an ever-changing piece of the roster, from Jayson Nix coming and going, Reid Brignac arriving, Galvis being activated, sent down and then injured, Hernandez coming and going and Ruf entering the picture this week.
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May 15, 2014 | By David Murphy, Daily News Staff Writer
BEFORE LAST night's game, the Angels trotted out Mike Trout and Raul Ibanez to talk about their connection to the city of Philadelphia. Their connection to the product that the Phillies are putting on the field is a bit more tenuous, but it is worth noting. In 2009, the Angels selected Trout with a pick they received from the Yankees as compensation for New York's signing of Mark Teixeira. Two picks later, the Mariners drafted infielder Nick Franklin with the first-round pick that the Phillies gave them as compensation for signing Ibanez.
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May 14, 2014 | By Matt Gelb, Inquirer Staff Writer
The Phillies removed Jayson Nix from the team Monday, the second bench subtraction in less than a week. The timing of the roster shuffle was interesting, since the Phillies lost another infield option Sunday when Freddy Galvis suffered a broken left clavicle during a collision with a teammate in pursuit of a foul ball. Nix was outrighted to triple-A Lehigh Valley. He can elect free agency or accept his minor-league assignment. The team's 40-man roster is at 39. His replacement will be announced Tuesday.
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May 14, 2014 | BY ANDREW ALBERT, Daily News Staff Writer alberta@phillynews.com
THE PHILLIES were off yesterday and the ballpark was empty. Yet, there was plenty of action in the organization. General manager Ruben Amaro Jr. joined manager Ryne Sandberg and current and former players at Morton's Steakhouse in Center City for the Richie Ashburn-Harry Kalas Foundation Dinner. The foundation runs free camps and clinics throughout the summer to help get kids in the Philadelphia area involved in baseball. Earlier yesterday, the team announced that Freddy Galvis will miss 6 to 8 weeks after fracturing his left clavicle in a collision with a teammate while playing for Triple A Lehigh Valley on Sunday.
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May 13, 2014 | By Matt Gelb, Inquirer Staff Writer
NEW YORK - Cole Hamels exuded caution during spring training. He twice postponed his throwing program when biceps tendinitis and a tired arm served as red flags. The Phillies and Hamels were deliberate in their progressions. He threw a career-high 133 pitches in Sunday's 5-4 loss to the New York Mets, more than any pitcher in the majors since Tim Lincecum emptied 148 pitches July 13, 2013, for a no-hitter. It was Hamels' fourth start of 2014. He did not see any risk in the heavy workload.
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May 11, 2014 | By Matt Gelb, Inquirer Staff Writer
NEW YORK - Kenny Giles possesses the best arm in the Phillies organization, and the minor-league flamethrower is now one step closer to the majors. The 23-year-old righthander was promoted Friday to triple-A Lehigh Valley. Ryne Sandberg said the Phillies did not consider jumping Giles from double-A Reading to the majors. The Phillies manager is eager to see how Giles, who throws in the high 90s, handles better competition. "They'll make him throw more strikes," Sandberg said.
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