Cody Asche

Phillies activate Asche, Hollands, designate Lough
Phillies activate Asche, Hollands, designate Lough
While heading into Spring Training, Cody Asche had no clear role.  Would he be an outfielder or an infielder?  Would he have the opportunity to start with the likes of Aaron Altherr on the roster?  The Phillies were unable to answer these questions in Spring Training as Asche strained his oblique early in Spring Training and later aggravated it more to the point he has spent the entire season on t
Phillies Place Mark Appel on DL; Ben Lively Moves to AAA
Phillies Place Mark Appel on DL; Ben Lively Moves to AAA
The Phillies lost yet another pitching prospect to the disabled list on Friday in the midst of a flurry of moves reported by long-time Phillies employee Larry Shenk. The Phillies had plenty of depth at AAA but it took yet another hit. Starting pitcher Mark Appel, who opened 2016 at AAA Lehigh Valley very strongly, has been placed on the seven-day disabled list with a right shoulder strain ... Read
Cody Asche Getting Closer to Return to Phillies
Cody Asche Getting Closer to Return to Phillies
Cody Asche went 2-for-5 with a homer and two RBI on Tuesday night at Double-A Reading and appears that he will be ready to go when his 20-day rehab ends on June 1. The former third baseman, now leftfielder has been on the disabled list the entire season because of a Grade 1 strain of his right oblique that he suffered in late February and then had an untimely setback at the end of spring training

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