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Rainy Day- Here and There

Both Phillies split squad games were rained out today. It's a nice day off for all players in major and minor league camps to shop, spend time with family, catch up on rest, hit a movie or do whatever else they like.

Looking forward, tomorrow's home game against Jim Thome's Twins will be televised in the Philadelphia area on PHL 17 and will be broadcast on the Phils' radio network. Clay Condrey is also now with Minnesota.

Speaking of former Phillies, let's take a look around spring training baseball and see how some of our favorite ex-Phils are doing thus far.

Minnesota-
Nick Punto...4 games, 2-for-9, 3 walks, 1 triple, 2 runs, .222 avg.
Jim Thome...3 games, 0-for-6, 2 walks, .000 avg.
Clay Condrey...2 games, 2 innings pitched, 1 hit allowed, 0 runs allowed, 0.00 ERA.

Cleveland-
Carlos Carrasco (traded in July Cliff Lee trade)...has not pitched
Lou Marson (traded in July Cliff Lee trade)...3 games, 2-for-6, 3 runs, 1 RBI, .333 avg.
Jason Donald (traded in July Cliff Lee trade)...4 games, 2-for-9, 1 run, 1 RBI, .222 avg.

Seattle-
Cliff Lee (traded for 3 minor leaguers)...1 game, 3 innings pitched, 5 hits allowed, 1 walk, 1 K, 1 earned run, 3.00 ERA.
Mike Koplove (was in Phillies system all of 2009 season)...3 games, 3 2/3 innings pitched, 4 K's, 3 hits allowed, 0 runs allowed, 0.00 ERA.

Oakland-
Michael Taylor (traded in Roy Halladay deal)...7 games, 3-for-15, 1 HR, 4 RBI, 2 runs, 0 walks, .200 avg.
Adrian Cardenas (traded in Joe Blanton deal)...7 games, 4-for-11, 2 RBI, 4 runs, 1 walk, .364 avg.
Josh Outman (traded in Joe Blanton deal)...still recovering from elbow surgery.
Brad Ziegler (released in spring 2004)...3 games, 3 innings pitched, 4 hits allowed, 2 runs allowed, 3.oo ERA.

San Diego-
Matt Stairs (free agent after 2009)...6 games, 1-for-12, 2 runs, 1 HR, 1 RBI, 1 walk, .083 avg.

Houston-
Pedro Feliz (free agent after 2009)...5 games, 7-for-14, 3 runs, 2 doubles, 1 HR, 3 RBI, .500 avg.
Mike Bourn (traded in Brad Lidge deal)...5 games, 2-for-16, 2 runs, 1 RBI, 1 steal, .125 avg.
Jason Michaels (traded for Arthur Rhodes in 2006)...5 games, 5-for-11, 5 runs, 2 doubles, 1 HR, 4 RBI, 1 walk, .455 avg.
Brett Myers (free agent after 2009)...2 games, 5 innings pitched, 4 walks, 3 K's, 5 runs allowed, 7.20 ERA.

Washington-
Eric Bruntlett (free agent after 2009)...7 games, 3-for-12, 1 double, 1 HR, 3 RBI, 1 walk, .250 avg.
Tyler Walker (free agent after 2009)...2 games, 2 2/3 innings pitched, 11 runs allowed, 4 K's, 37.12 ERA.

Toronto-
Kyle Drabek (traded in Roy Halladay deal)...2 games, 4 innings pitched, 2 runs allowed, 3 walks, 3 K's, 4.50 ERA.

Tampa-
Pat Burrell (free agent after 2008)...6 games, 3-for-15, 1 double, 1 HR, 2 RBI, 3 walks, .200 avg.
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