A lopsided loss to the Arizona Diamondbacks cost the Phillies a chance to win the three-game series against the National League team with the best record. It also exposed some of the Phillies' weaknesses.
It seems like Aaron Altherr has broken his funk. Now it's Carlos Santana's turn.
The Phillies lost the rubber game of the three-game series, 8-2.
While player development has remained the biggest focus, the Phillies put an emphasis on winning in the minors as they have attempted to rebuild their major-league roster.
Less than two years after being drafted first overall, Mickey Moniak has fallen off most top-prospect lists. Now, he's out to prove he's as good as the Phillies thought.
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The Phillies will start Ben Lively against the Diamondbacks today. But you won't find the game on TV.
Jake Arrieta was not as dominant Wednesday night against Arizona as he had been in his previous outing against Pittsburgh, but he still delivered a victory for the Phillies.
Aaron Altherr homered in the sixth off Zack Greinke as he continues his resurgence.
The Phillies struck out 16 times as Scott Kingery, Carlos Santana, and Jorge Alfaro continued to struggle.
Gabe Kapler says Phillies prospect Seranthony Dominguez has the talent to reach the majors this season.