Friday, March 6, 2015

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The Phillies added two more pitchers to their major league spring training roster on Thursday.
Larry Bowa tapped his knuckles on the wooden bench in the visiting dugout.
Houston is proving that acquiring prospects for veterans might not be the best way to overhaul a squad.
Phillippe Aumont's last-ditch push to make the Phillies' bullpen is not off to a good start.
Matt Breen: A right elbow strain in 2012 led to an identity crisis for Justin De Fratus.
Cliff Lee's first start since July took all of 20 minutes. He handled two innings, and he did so using only 22 pitches.
Miguel Alfredo Gonzalez allowed two runs in two innings, a nondescript spring debut.
Cliff Lee throws two shutout innings in his first game action since last July.
Cliff Lee threw two scoreless innings, but the Phillies fell to the Astros, 6-3, in Grapefruit League action.
Cole Hamels will make his first start of spring training on Friday when the Phillies take on the New York Yankees.
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