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Dalton Guthrie

Dalton Guthrie

AVG
.333
HR
1
RBI
5
R
3
Bio
Height/Weight: 5' 11"/160 lbs
Bat: R
Throw: R
Born: Sarasota, Florida
College: Florida
Draft: 2017 6th round by the
  • Warminster, PA Patch

    Philadelphia Phillies Gear Headed To Spring Training

    WARMINSTER, PA —Once the Super Bowl is over marking the end of another football season, most Philadelphia sports fans will turn their focus toward the Philadelphia Phillies. The team held its Truck Day last Thursday as the Phillie Phanatic and front office workers loaded up equipment to send south for the spring training. With the first official workout for the reigning 2022 NL champions just around the corner, thousands of items were loaded from the Phillies clubhouse at Citizens Bank Park into the team's equipment truck and then shipped off on a 1,058-mile trek to BayCare Ballpark in Clearwater, Fla.

  • The Morning Call

    Trea Turner's path to Phillies began as a baby-faced freshman at NC State

    During Trea Turner's three years at North Carolina State, the only opponents who could stop him were the ones manning the entrances to the local taprooms. When Turner was a freshman, his buddies on the baseball team would bar-hop on Friday and Saturday nights, many of them bearing driver's licenses that indicated they were eligible to consume alcohol legally when, in fact, they were not. Turner wanted to go with them. Turner, at first, tried to go with them.

  • Press of Atlantic City

    Phillies' opening-day roster projection: Andrew Painter, No. 5 starter? How will the DH be used?

    A few months ago, as the Phillies began to map out their offseason plans, one team official said he "will be shocked" if 19-year-old phenom Andrew Painter "isn't our No. 5 starter coming out of spring training." Pitchers and catchers will report to Clearwater, Florida, next week and barring injuries — even with Bryce Harper expected to miss the first few months of the season while recovering from Tommy John elbow surgery — all but three, maybe four, of the 26 roster spots are locked up. Within that budget, president of baseball operations Dave Dombrowski was able to fill five roster spots via free-agent signings totaling $399 million, $300 million of which went to star shortstop Trea Turner.