Breakout Performances from Phillies' First Two Weeks of Spring Training

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Breakout Performances from Phillies' First Two Weeks of Spring Training
Charlie Neibergall/Associated Press

It's already been a long spring for the Philadelphia Phillies, and it may be the start of an unbearably long season. While spring training usually isn't a full indication of the regular season to come, all games are taken into account by some measure.

At this point in time, the Phillies' spring training record is 4-10. They're the worst team in the Grapefruit League, the worst National League team in spring training and the second-worst team in baseball this spring. Only the 3-9 Texas Rangers are worse. Simply put, spring has been a disaster for the Phillies thus far.

The offense has not looked sharp. The rotation continues to thin out due to injuries. And while bullpen pitching has been surprisingly decent, the relievers have had their moments of surrendering hits and runs.

However, there have been a few bright spots worth mentioning. Here are the breakout performances from the Phillies' first two weeks of spring training games.

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