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PhoulBallz Minor League Podcast: Episode 2

Need some more minor league information in your life? Jay Floyd and Tug Haines have you covered. On a weekly basis, we will be focusing our brand new podcast on the developmental side of the Phillies organization. Check us out each week as we bring you news and details on all the top Philadelphia prospects as well as insider stories that you can't get anywhere else.

On this week's edition, Tug and I spoke about the recovery of a few ailing prospects, Zach Collier's suspension and his presence in spring training, promotional giveaway highlights throughout the organization's affiliates, some cool stuff about Carlos Ruiz's ice cream connection and more. We also have a fun announcement for Twitter savy and media focused Phils fans as well.

Click HERE to check out episode 2 of the PhoulBallz minor league podcast.


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