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7:05pm EST

Detroit +1.5
Philadelphia -1.5

Over 8 (-105)
Under 8 (-115)

Community Picks: Detroit 55% vs Philadelphia 45%

Detroit and Philadelphia Thread

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Nick Pivetta struck out 14 batters in six innings at Triple A Lehigh Valley on Sunday. "We talked a lot about that yesterday," manager Gabe Kapler said before the Phillies got back to work against the Detroit Tigers on Tuesday night. Pivetta's demotion has coincided with the Phillies sending a couple of key relievers, David Robertson and Victor Arano, to the injured list. Continue to Article
April 30, 2019 6:38:pm EST
Third baseman Alec Bohm was officially promoted to Class A Advanced Clearwater after tearing it up at Lakewood in the first month. At Class A Lakewood, Bohm hit .367/.441/.595 in 93 plate appearances with nine doubles, three homers and 11 RBI. Bohm, the third overall pick last June out of Wichita State, should be a relatively fast riser. Continue to Article
April 30, 2019 6:06:pm EST
This adorable Phillies fan received replica Bryce Harper Phanatic cleats originally appeared on Well, apparently Phanatic cleats make the most awesome gifts these days. On Opening Day, Bryce Harper wore the most incredible green Phillie Phanatic cleats in his first game as a member of the Phils. Then, at the Phanatic's birthday celebration on Sunday, Harper gave the gift of Phanatic cleats to the big guy. Continue to Article
April 30, 2019 5:45:pm EST
Jake Arrieta wins the debate with Gabe Kapler, but his ERA takes a hit in difficult Phillies' win over Marlins originally appeared on Jake Arrieta is off to a very nice start for the Phillies this season. It would be even better if he had taken his skipper's advice Saturday night. Arrieta and manager Gabe Kapler could be seen on television talking in the dugout after the Phils had opened a nine-run lead on the Miami Marlins after five innings. Continue to Article
April 27, 2019 11:43:pm EST
Outfielder Ben Revere has inked a minor league deal with the Blue Jays, Scott Mitchell of TSN Sports said Saturday. The 30-year-old outfielder was traded to Toronto for Phillies right-handers Alberto Tirado and Jimmy Cordero at the trade deadline in 2015, and batted a hearty .319/.354/.381 through the end of the regular season before ending up on the wrong side of a pivotal strike call in Game 6 of the ALCS. After his gig with the Blue Jays, he bounced around the league on short-lived deals with the Nationals, Angels, and Rangers. Continue to Article
April 27, 2019 7:23:pm EST
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