Rolling through the Wednesday’s results of the Phillies’ minor-league affiliates. Lehigh Valley 5, Gwinnett 1: Zach Eflin allowed just one run in seven innings and the IronPigs used some more late magic to improve to 60-47. 2B Scott Kingery and RF Dylan Cozens had RBI singles in the top of the ninth as Lehigh Valley won for the third consecutive night by scoring in their final at-bat. Lehigh Valley put up four in the ninth, the first two scoring on an error by Gwinnett 3B Carlos Franco.
Buzzing the NFC East with a quick look at each team heading into training camp. Training camp schedule: The only two days practice is open to the public are Saturday, July 29 and Sunday, Aug. 6. Both at 10 a.m. at Lincoln Financial Field. Watching out for: The development of chemistry (or lack thereof) between Carson Wentz and new receivers Alshon Jeffery and Torrey Smith is the primary storyline. Also curious to see how the backfield will shape up.
Lehigh Valley 5, Gwinnett 3 (10 Inn. ): Slugging RF Dylan Cozens helped manufacture what turned out to be the winning run as the Iron Pigs (59-37) won in their last at-bat for the second consecutive game. Cozens opened the top of the 10th with a single, stole second, advanced to third on a throwing error on a failed fielder’s choice and scored on Pedro Florimon’s two-run single. 2B Scott Kingery forced extra innings with a ninth-inning single.
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