Thursday, March 5, 2015


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Larry Bowa tapped his knuckles on the wooden bench in the visiting dugout.
Cole Hamels will make his first start of spring training on Friday when the Phillies take on the New York Yankees.
Elvis Araujo impressed in Thursday's Grapefruit League game.
Odubel Herrera did not need his translator Wednesday when asked about his play this spring.
Last spring, Ken Giles was the kid in the back corner of the clubhouse with the filthiest fastball in the Grapefruit League.
Bob Brookover: Six years ago they were World Series headliners and at the peak of their popularity.
Top pitching prospect Aaron Nola is excited to have a shot to further his skill set this spring.
David Murphy: Rule 5 pick Odubel Herrera showed some potential in his first Phillies outing.
Aaron Rowand is in Clearwater to work with outfielders on routes and with hitters inside the batting cage.
Kevin Slowey said his career since high school has been built on throwing his fastball for strikes.
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