The Phillies promoted second base prospect Scott Kingery to Triple-A Lehigh Valley, where he made his debut only last night.  The IronPigs lost their fourth game in a row on Tuesday night.  However, Kingery immediately got his offense going at his new level.

Kingery connected for two home runs for the IronPigs on Tuesday evening.   That gives Kingery three hits in his first 10 at bats for the IronPigs (a .300 average).  Combined with his home runs at Reading, Kingery has now hit 20 home runs combined between the IronPigs and Reading Fightin' Phils.   That number leads the Phillies organization.

Dylan Cozens is not far behind Kingery with 18 home runs.  Cozens started in center field for the IronPigs and hit that 18th home run of the season.   With 
Andrew Pullin playing left field, Cozens has been occupying center field in recent days.  
Nick Williams  has been in right field.