Fielding: (as 2B) 113 G, 992.1 innings, 529 total chances, 308 assists, six errors, 75 double plays turned, .989 Fld %; (as 3B) 4 G, 33 innings, 10 total chances, nine assists, zero errors; (as SS) 2 G, 18 innings, 10 totals chances, eight assists, zero errors, one double play turnedKingery had a real surge in power this year particularly during his time in Reading.
After finishing up their major league coaching staff last week, the Phillies announced their 2018 minor league coaches and player development staff. The other bit of news is that the Phillies are adding a second GCL team. This move will weaken the talent level of the single GCL team, but will allow the Phillies to bring more players stateside as they continue to invest heavily in Latin America, as well as provide more developmental at bats to players in the complex.
The minor league season may have wrapped up three months ago, but it is never too late to take a look around at the events of the 2017 season in the Phillies’ system. The Phillies’ rebuild loaded up the upper minors of the system with top prospects, and for the past two seasons Reading has been the beneficiary of that bounty. This year the team looked to be down from the start with Scott Kingery and Thomas Eshelman as the two big prospects for the Fightins.
@longenhagen@jeffpaternostro Oh that was me giving him shit. And he actually should have dropped. The whole process is very non-exact because of the nature of lists in general. A number really has no meaning list to list. Even now we could all have the same opinions on a guy and rank them different
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Selecting a term
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