Thursday, May 28, 2015

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The bit of momentum built by the Phillies a week and a half ago officially dissipated Wednesday with a 7-0 loss,
Sean O’Sullivan was easily a forgotten man among the 28 pitchers in Clearwater this spring.
Minor League Report: The Fightin Phils posted season highs in runs and hits Wednesday.
Bryce Harper homered, Max Scherzer outdueled Jon Lester and the Nationals beat the Cubs, 3-0, on Wednesday.
Alex Rodriguez hit a three-run homer to break Lou Gehrig's American League record for RBIs.
Ryan Vogelsong allowed one run in six innings to win his third straight start.
Seattle manager Lloyd McClendon need just one word to describe another great start by Felix Hernandez.
David Murphy: Last year's AL champs took years to get that way, and Phillies will likely have to take the same course.
Ben Revere went into the offseason believing he could turn at least a few singles from last season into extra-base hits.
Sam Donnellon: The general manager did some quick backpedaling after blasting fans.
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