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Phillies the favorite to sign No. 16 on this list.
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Todd Zolecki May 4
Phillies' 6 shutouts are most through 27 games since 1913 when they had six in first 20. They picked up seventh SHO in 28th game in 1913.
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MLB Pipeline May 4
Tuesday's best: ⚾ 's Moncada, Benintendi ⚾ ' Crawford ⚾ ' De Leon
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MLB Pipeline May 3
J.P. Crawford hits his second HR of the year for . ' #1/'s #3:
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Todd Zolecki May 3
Tonight's lineup in St. Louis.
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MLB Pipeline May 2
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Todd Zolecki May 2
Hector Neris has been a big boost to the Phillies bullpen. He got his first save yesterday.
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Todd Zolecki May 1
Phillies 2, Indians 1. Phillies have won six straight games.
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Todd Zolecki May 1
Only a wet mound could slow Vince Velasquez. Pitches third scoreless start of season.
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Todd Zolecki May 1
Hector Neris is a happy man. He got his first career save, and the ball to remember it.
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Todd Zolecki May 1
Hector Neris is fired up.
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Todd Zolecki May 1
Phillies 2, Indians 1. Velasquez throws six scoreless. Neris picks up first save.
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Todd Zolecki May 1
This is the first time Phillies have swept consecutive series since Sept. 7-12, 2012, against Rockies and Marlins.
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Todd Zolecki May 1
Hector Neris fired up, picking up first save of his career. Phillies (15-10) sweep Indians.
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Todd Zolecki May 1
Hector Neris will pitch the ninth, trying to pick up the first save of his career. Jeanmar Gomez unavailable.
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Todd Zolecki May 1
The Indians just snuffed out an attempted squeeze by the Phillies. Pitched out. Blanco dead man running at third.
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Todd Zolecki May 1
Velasquez retired final nine batters he faced after walking two in a row then having wet mound fixed by Phillies grounds crew.
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Todd Zolecki May 1
This could be Vince Velasquez's final inning. He has thrown 103 pitches. Six scoreless innings, though.
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Todd Zolecki May 1
Vince Velasquez finally gets Jason Kipnis to fly out to left, finishing a 14-pitch at-bat to start the 6th.
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Phillies May 1
SuperRuf out here saving runs.
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