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Vance Worley is currently a starting pitcher for the Double A level Reading Phillies. Last season, along with Mike Stutes, Worley became the first pitcher in the Phillies organization since Randy Wolf to begin the season at Double A the year after he was drafted, completely skipping High A level Clearwater. In his time with Reading, Vance is a two-time Eastern League All-star.

This season, Worley has posted an 8-4 record with a with a 3.44 ERA. This week, Worley was named Eastern League pitcher of the week for hurling a complete game shut out against Harrisburg in his last start. Worley topped off that amazing outing by contributing at the plate with a homerun.

Check out the media player below to listen to my interview with Vance, recorded prior to Reading's game in Trenton on Thursday.


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