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Ex-catcher, longtime coach Mike Ryan dies at 78

Mike Ryan, a backup catcher when the Red Sox went to the World Series in 1967 and the bullpen coach when the Phillies won the 1980 World Series, has died. He was 78. Ryan spent 35 years in professional baseball, and he appeared in 636 games in the majors.

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Phillies' Realmuto not focusing on contract talks

Eligible for free agency after this season, Phillies catcher J.T. Realmuto said Thursday that he's not worried about what the future holds despite the possibility that the coronavirus pandemic could affect salaries going forward.

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Haseley reports to Phillies' camp after test delay

Philadelphia Phillies outfielder Adam Haseley reported to camp Tuesday after waiting several days for clearance because the lab used by Major League Baseball didn't return the results of his initial test for the coronavirus.

Marly Rivera ESPN Writer 

Yankees announce they will play three exhibition games later this month: --Saturday, July 18 against the Mets at Citi Field (first pitch at 7:10 p.m.) --Sunday, July 19 vs. the Mets at Yankee Stadium (first pitch at 7:05 p.m.) --Monday, July 20 vs. the Phillies at Yankee Stadium (first pitch at 6:05 p.m.)

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Nola clears virus protocol, arrives to Phillies camp

Phillies ace Aaron Nola reported to camp on Monday after waiting a few extra days because he was in contact with someone who tested positive for the coronavirus. "All my tests came back negative," Nola said.

Marly Rivera ESPN Writer 

For the first time since the start of interleague play in 1997, the Yankees will face a National League team in a home opener, playing against former manager Joe Girardi and the Phillies.

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Ex-MLB pitcher Brummett dies in plane crash

Tyson Brummett, who pitched in one game for the Philadelphia Phillies in 2012 in his lone appearances in the major leagues, was one of four people killed in a plane crash in rural Utah on Friday.

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Sano, LeMahieu, Perez among positive cases

Minnesota Twins third baseman Miguel Sano, New York Yankees infielder DJ LeMahieu and Kansas City Royals catcher Salvador Perez are among a host of MLB players who have tested positive for the coronavirus, it was revealed Saturday.

Harper clobbers the ball in batting practice (0:26)
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Phillies place 4 on injured list without listing why

The Philadelphia Phillies have placed infielder Scott Kingery and pitchers Hector Neris, Ranger Suarez and Tommy Hunter on the 10-day injured list with no specified injuries.

Marly Rivera ESPN Writer 

ESPN has learned that more than half of all intake testing is almost complete as MLB prepares for preseason workouts to officially resume tomorrow. General information about the results will be released in the next 24-48 hours, but will not have identifying factors in order to protect players' privacy. As previously reported, COVID-19 related information won't be disclosed without players' permission.

Marly Rivera ESPN Writer 

Manager Luis Rojas confirms Mets hitting coach Chili Davis will be working remotely. Rojas also said all Mets players have reported to "summer camp" and are currently undergoing the intake and COVID-19 testing process.

Marly Rivera ESPN Writer 

In a statement to ESPN, MLB said it wouldn't disclose COVID-19 related information without an individual's permission. MLB does plan to publish general testing information, for example, number of tests and positive results, but with no player names or identifying characteristics.

Marly Rivera ESPN Writer 

MLB statement to ESPN regarding teams not naming players that test positive for coronavirus: "Because COVID-19 is not considered an employment-related injury, we will respect the privacy of the players who test positive or who are under evaluation, and we will defer to their wishes regarding public updates about their status. Without their voluntary permission, we will not disclose any COVID-19 related information."

Marly Rivera ESPN Writer 

When players report to the second "spring training," they will be required to undergo “intake screenings,” which will include a COVID-19 saliva test and a COVID-19 antibodies blood test. All players will be tested for COVID-19 at least every other day during the season, or more frequently if deemed necessary.

Team Stats

  • Pitching
  • Batting
Earned Run Average4.3212th
Quality Starts0Tied-1st
Batting Average.2698th
On Base Percentage.3622nd
Slugging Percentage.4753rd