Haseley went 2-for-5 with a home run and two RBI in a 6-1 victory against the Pirates on Friday.
The 23-year-old hit the first homer of his career Thursday, but it didn't take him long to go deep for his second. Haseley also drove in a run on a double. He is 7-for-28 (.250) with five extra-base hits, five RBI and five runs in 10 games this season.
Haseley went 1-for-3 with a solo home run and two runs scored Thursday against the Dodgers.
Haseley took Ross Stripling deep in the second inning to record his first big-league home run. He's struggled through his first 25 plate appearances in Philadelphia, hitting .217/.280/.435. However, he'll have the chance to improve on those results, as he'll get regular at-bats so long as Jay Bruce (oblique) remains sidelined.
Manager Gabe Kapler suggested Wednesday that he's committed to giving Haseley regular at-bats following Jay Bruce's (oblique) move to the injured list, Meghan Montemurro of The Athletic reports. "We have a much better idea of Nick Williams and who he is, in a similar way to a lot of the players, because we've had longer looks with them than we have with Adam, who we don't know yet and want to find out by giving him opportunities," Kapler said of the rookie. "We're looking to do that with Adam."
Williams was recalled from Triple-A Lehigh Valley in a move that corresponded with Bruce's placement on the IL, but as Kapler alluded to, the Phillies have already had a chance to get a good evaluation on Williams during parts of three seasons in the big leagues. As such, Williams looks set to fill a fourth- or fifth-outfielder role while Haseley gets his shot as an everyday player while Bruce is likely out for at least the next two weeks. Haseley will draw a third straight start in the outfield Thursday against the Dodgers and will bat eighth.
Haseley was recalled by the Phillies on Saturday, Matt Gelb of The Athletic reports.
The eighth pick in the 2017 draft, Haseley made his first two career big-league appearances back in early June before promptly straining his left groin. He looks like mostly a bench outfielder for now, since he's left-handed and therefore can't platoon with Jay Bruce in left field and since Scott Kingery is having a breakout campaign in center. Sean Rodriguez (abdomen) landed on the 10-day injured list in a corresponding move.
Haseley (groin) was activated off the 10-day injured list Friday and optioned to Triple-A Lehigh Valley.
The 22-year-old landed on the IL on June 8 with a left groin strain and has no clear path to playing time with the Phillies while Roman Quinn and Scott Kingery split time in center field. Haseley played in only two big-league games before suffering the injury and went 1-for-8 with a double, two runs scored and one RBI.
Haseley (groin) will begin a rehab assignment with Double-A Reading on Monday, Scott Lauber of The Philadelphia Inquirer reports.
Haseley has been out since early June. He may not have a major-league spot available to return to with Roman Quinn healthy and starting in center field.
Haseley (groin) is expected to begin a rehab assignment Monday with Double-A Reading, Meghan Montemurro of The Athletic reports.
Haseley has been out of action for two weeks. He ran and threw Friday without issues. It's unclear if he'll have a big-league spot to return to once healthy now that Roman Quinn is back from the injured list.
Haseley was placed on the 10-day injured list with a left groin strain.
Haseley was considered day-to-day with a hip issue, but the injury, now called a groin strain by the Phillies, was evidently serious enough to warrant a trip to the 10-day IL. He received an MRI on Saturday, and a timetable for his return will be determined once the results are reviewed. The Phillies called up Nick Williams in a corresponding move. Williams should fill a bench outfield role, while Scott Kingery serves as the starting center fielder in Haseley's absence.
Haseley isn't in Friday's lineup against the Reds due to left hip flexor soreness, Matt Breen of The Philadelphia Inquirer reports.
The Phillies had planned on giving Haseley a start Friday, but he'll be held out after experiencing hip flexor soreness. He'll be considered day-to-day moving forward and will have a chance to return for Saturday's clash.
Haseley is out of the lineup for Friday's game against the Reds, Meghan Montemurro of The Athletic reports.
Haseley started the last two games in center field after being called up from Triple-A Lehigh Valley on Tuesday, and went 2-for-7 with one double, one run and one RBI. Scott Kingery will take over in center field while Maikel Franco starts at third base.
Haseley started in center field and went 0-for-4 in Tuesday's 9-6 win over the Padres.
After Andrew McCutchen (knee) was diagnosed with a season-ending ACL tear earlier in the day and placed on the 10-day injured list, the Phillies summoned Haseley from Triple-A Lehigh Valley for his big-league debut. The 23-year-old immediately stepped into a starting role in center field, but he was one of the few players not to produce on a night the Phillies pounded out 13 hits. Haseley should get an extended opportunity to prove himself against major-league pitching, as manager Gabe Kapler said prior to the contest that Maikel Franco would transition to a bench role while the rookie starts regularly in the outfield and Scott Kingery shifts to third base, per Matt Gelb of The Athletic.
Haseley was called up for his major-league debut Tuesday, and he'll bat eighth and play center field against the Padres.
Haseley looks to be one of the primary beneficiaries of Andrew McCutchen's season-ending ACL tear. He lines up as at least the Phillies' fourth outfielder for now and could see plenty of time in center field if the team prefers to bench Maikel Franco and use Scott Kingery at third base, as will be the case for Tuesday's game. Haseley, the eighth-overall pick in the 2017 draft, doesn't have any standout tools but should be able to hit for a good average with a bit of power and speed while playing an acceptable center field. It remains to be seen if he's able to reach that level immediately, as McCutchen's injury led to his promotion after he'd played just six games for Triple-A Lehigh Valley.
Haseley will join the Phillies in San Diego ahead of Tuesday's game against the Padres and is expected to have his contract selected from Triple-A Lehigh Valley, Todd Zolecki of MLB.com reports.
Though the Phillies will wait for the results of Tuesday's MRI on Andrew McCutchen's sprained left knee before making any roster moves, the expectation is that the veteran will require a stay on the 10-day injured list. Assuming that's the case, Haseley would be formally promoted in a corresponding move, fortifying an outfield that is already missing Odubel Herrera, who remains on administrative leave through at least June 17. The newly acquired Jay Bruce might represent a more realistic candidate to fill McCutchen's spot in the everyday lineup, so there's a good chance Haseley -- who has played all three outfield spots in the minors this season -- may settle into more of a part-time or reserve role in his first taste of the big leagues. The No. 8 overall pick in the 2017 first-year player draft has slashed .275/.358/.466 with seven home runs and five steals in 204 plate appearances this season between Double-A Reading and Triple-A, but has only played in six games with the latter affiliate.
Haseley was promoted to Triple-A Lehigh Valley on Wednesday, Matt Gelb of The Athletic reports.
Haseley will get his first taste of Triple-A after putting together an impressive May with Double-A Reading, slashing .337/.410/.584 with five homers, five doubles and a trio of stolen bases in 24 games this month. The 2017 first-round pick isn't on the team's 40-man roster, so he'll likely finish out the season with Lehigh Valley unless he really forces Philadelphia's hand.
Haseley was reassigned to minor-league camp Thursday, Todd Zolecki of MLB.com reports.
Haseley isn't quite ready for the big-leagues, as his .461 spring OPS showed. He'll likely head to Double-A Reading to open the season after playing just 39 games there last year, though his .316/.403/.478 line in those games suggests he doesn't have much left to prove at that level.
Haseley went 2-for-3 with a homer and four RBI in Friday's Grapefruit League win against the Pirates.
Haseley led off for the Phillies and drove in over half the team's seven runs. He hit a three-run shot in the second inning off Nick Kingham and a RBI single in the fourth off Tyler Lyons, so it's not as if he was simply beating up on pitchers with no big-league experience. The Phillies' outfield got more crowded over the offseason with the additions of Bryce Harper and Andrew McCutchen, and Haseley has only 39 games at Double-A under his belt, but he's been promoted fairly quickly as an advanced college hitter, so a debut sometime late this season can't be ruled out.
Haseley went 3-for-4 with a solo home run and a walk for Double-A Reading in its 8-7 loss to Trenton on Wednesday.
With a .969 OPS over 21 games at his home park, Haseley has certainly benefited from playing regularly at one of the Eastern League's more hitter-friendly venues, but his acceptable .840 OPS in Double-A road games reveals that park factors alone aren't accounting for his success. While Haseley doesn't project to supply noteworthy power production in more neutral environments, his exceptional plate discipline and quality bat-to-ball skills could make him a passable regular in the Philadelphia outfield down the road. He has nearly as many walks (16) as strikeouts (17) through 37 games with Reading.
Haseley has hit an impressive .304/.484/.652 through eight games for Double-A Reading.
Haseley earned the promotion earlier in the month after hitting a solid .300/.343/.415 for High-A Clearwater. He's added a leg kick in an attempt to put the ball in the air more and tap into some more power, The Athletic Philadelphia reports. Haseley was considered a fairly low-ceiling player for his draft slot (eighth overall in 2017), but if his strong performance continues he could certainly raise his profile.
Haseley was promoted to Double-A Reading on Tuesday, Gerard Gilberto of MiLB.com reports.
It's Haseley's fourth promotion since he was selected with the No. 8 overall pick last June following a productive career at the University of Virginia. After a slow start to the season, Haseley had been on a tear for High-A Clearwater since about mid-May, lifting his average to .300 prior to his move to the Eastern League. The 22-year-old boasts a solid skill set across the board, but his lack of high-end tools makes him a rather low-ceiling prospect in dynasty formats.
Haseley went 5-for-9 with a home run, double and seven RBI during High-A Clearwater's doubleheader Tuesday.
The 22-year-old outfielder has enjoyed a nice surge at the plate over the past 10 games, hitting .359 with four extra-base knocks and a stolen base. Due to a poor first month in the Florida State League, Haseley's season line still sits at an underwhelming .275/.299/.386, so he may need to maintain his current hot-hitting ways for a little while longer before the organization seriously considers promoting him to Double-A Reading.
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