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Spring Training Game 7: Bucs/Phils Live Blog

Spring Training Game 7: Bucs/Phils Live Blog

Final Score: Phillies 11, Pirates 10. If you’re reading the log after the conclusion of the game, you’re going to want to start from the bottom and scroll to the top. I’ll provide a recap later tonight.
4:34: Ballgame.

4:33: MRI already back on Freddy. No tear, just a sprain. Day to day.

4:30: Eldred hit the top of the batter's eye. "That was a bomb," says Walk. The wind is actually blowing in from center today. Greg Brown is beside himself. Big Country has hit a homer in every game he's played this spring. Walk is telling Greg how Eldred can't make it as a bench player in the bigs, that he'll rely on being in a groove to have any amount of success. Nonetheless, it's 11-10 and everyone will be talking about the big man.

4:26: Down two headed to the bottom half. If you're ...

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