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May Leaders…

The Month of May had its ups and downs for the Reading Phillies.

In 28 games in May, the club posted a 13-15 mark, and had some incredible wins, combined with some heart-breaking losses.

The month saw the emergence of Vance Worley (3-0, 3.35), Yohan Flande (3-2, 3.72), and Drew Naylor (3-2, 3.68), who all enjoyed success on the hill.

Offensively, Domonic Brown got bozied_4_11_10_FULL.jpgoff to an incredible start to the month, and finished with a .296 BA, 8 HR, 21 RBIs, and 7 SB. Tagg Bozied also was a solid contributor in the everyday lineup. Bozied hit .321 with 4 HR, 17 RBIs.

Let’s take a look at the Reading Phillies May Leaderboard:

BATagg Bozied hit .321 in 81 at-bats. Matt Rizzotti hit an impressive .353 in 51 at-bats. He was promoted from Clearwater on May 14.

HR Domonic Brown ripped 8 of his 10 home runs in May. Bozied & Rizzotti each had 4.

RBI Brown led the way with 21. Bozied was second with 17.

2B Bozied had 8, while Brown was second with 7.

3B Brown had 2, both came in one game. The last R-Phils player to have 2 in a game was   Pat Burrell in 1999.

SB Quintin Berry stole 12 in May.  

SLG %Brown had an impressive .622 Slugging Percentage, which led the E.L.

Pitching Leaders

WinsYohan Flande, Drew Naylor, and Vance Worley all had 3 wins.

ERA Naylor’s 2.68 in 40.1 IP was impressive.

SVMichael Schwimer led the way with 3 saves.

SOVance Worley had 29.

SHODrew Naylor had a complete game, three-hit shutout on May 25 against Portland. 

Spring Training Wrap #10 – First Cuts

Welcome back to day #10 of my daily coveragescissors.png of Spring Training. It was nice relaxing today in front of the tv and watching the Phillies beat the Twins by a score of 5-4. Let’s take a look around and check in on some former R-Phils from today — ENJOY!

Monday marks the start of Minor League spring training games and today the Phillies assigned 14 players to Minor League camp — 8 of the 14 have spent  time in Reading at some point over the past couple of seasons (Tuffy Gosewisch, John Suomi, Kevin Nelson, Joe Savery, Scott Mathieson, Yohan Flande, and Freddy Galvis).

Let’s take an in-depth look at a few of those who were cut today:

Quintin Berry (2009) – Berry, a member of the Phillies 40-man roster, found himself among today’s cuts. A native of San Diego, California, Berry, 25, had just one at-bat this spring for the Phils, and finished 1-1 with 3 runs scored, one RBI, and two walks. With a crowded outfield in Philadelphia this season (Werth, Victorino, and Ibanez), Berry will begin the season in the minors — where, will depend on his next couple of weeks in Minor League camp.

Joe Savery (2009) – Savery, a product of Rice University, was among eight pitchers reassigned today. The 24-year-old Houston, Texas native appeared in two games for Philadelphia this spring (3 IP, 4 H, 3 R, 1 K, 3 BB). Savery will most likely start the year at Lehigh Valley, where he could work on his control.

John Suomi (2008) – Suomi “the money”, was among three catchers cut today. Suomi, a native of Toronto, Ontario, appeared in just two games this spring with the Phils and went 1-2 at the dish. Much like the crowded Phillies outfield, Suomi finds himself in another crowded position at both the Major and Minor League levels — catcher.