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  1. Gabe Kapler has said the "meat and potatoes" for a catcher is his work behind the plate.
  2. Phillies infielder Will Middlebrooks appeared to suffer a serious left leg injury in the eighth inning of Saturday afternoon's game against the Orioles at Spectrum Field.
  3. Phillies right-hander Zach Eflin entered camp last spring at 198 pounds, nearly 40 pounds lighter than the spring of 2016.
  4. Roman Quinn has been an outfielder so long that he no longer needed an infielder's glove.
  5. Kapler starts team social media challenge
  6. If the Phillies fall short in their pursuit of Jake Arrieta, they could move forward with what they have. They believe that in part because they believe Nick Pivetta, who allowed two runs in two innings Friday in a 2-1 loss to Toronto in the Grapefruit League opener at Dunedin Stadium, will establish himself as a reliable, effective starter in the National League. The numbers tell them it is possible.
  7. Francisco Rodriguez drove himself to Dunedin Stadium on Friday, but he had trouble finding the entrance to the parking lot.
  8. Who do the Phillies have in the pipeline? Get scouting reports, video, stats, projected ETAs and more for Philly's Top 30 Prospects on MLBPipeline.com's Prospect Watch.
  9. Scott Boras is known to call an owner or two as he pursues and closes monster contracts for clients. The agent can be persuasive. So how often has Phillies owner John Middleton heard from Boras recently? Middleton shaped his thumb and index finger into a circle Thursday, a couple of hours before the Phillies played an exhibition against the University of Tampa at Spectrum Field. Zero.
  10. Is there an Eddie Oropesa in Phillies camp this spring? Is there a Brock Stassi? The Phillies open their Grapefruit League season on Friday against the Blue Jays at 1:07 p.m. ET in Dunedin, Fla., which means it's not too early to think about dark-horse candidates to make the Opening Day roster.