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Schenectady High School grad Wells suffers loss in Phillies' 12-7 setback to Diamondbacks in 18 innings

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It was a rough night at the plate and on the mound for Philadelphia Phillies outfielder and Schenectady High School graduate Casper Wells against the Arizona Diamondbacks in an 18-inning game Saturday night and Sunday morning at Citizens Bank Park in Philadelphia. Wells, who started the game in right field, went 0-for-7 at the plate with four strikeouts and seven runners left on base. With the Phillies out of relief pitchers, Wells came on to ...


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jslomka
August 25, 2013
7:36 a.m.

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They asked this guy to pitch after playing 17 innings in the outfield?!

cidbil
August 25, 2013
10:15 a.m.

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He took one for the team.

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