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Philles youngsters opening some eyes. Felske Files Episode 94!

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In Episode 94 of The Felske Files, host John Stolnis talks with Phillies beat writer Matt Breen from the Philadelphia Daily News & Philadelphia Inquirer about the prospects and young players in Clearwater who are opening eyes among Phils coaches and manager Pete Mackanin. Is the clock ticking for Cesar Hernandez? Tommy Joseph? Also, in the wake of the news that New York Mets third baseman David Wright's career may be over, Tim Kelly from SportsTalkPhilly.com joins the show to talk about players who had their Hall of Fame-worthy careers derailed by injury.

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Everyone knew youth would be served this spring down in Clearwater. So many of the team's top prospects are in camp, and watching them play has been a lot of fun. But the better part is that some of these guys are already making the coaching staff sit up and take notice.

On Episode 94 of the podcast, Phillies beat writer Matt Breen, of the Philadelphia Daily News and Philadelphia Inquirer, joins the show to talk about the youngsters who have done the most so far in the early going to prove they belong in the big leagues, and the pressure that is putting on some of the guys who are currently holding down starting jobs with the Phillies.

Also, Tim Kelly of SportsTalkPhilly.com hops aboard to talk about the news that New York Mets third baseman David Wright's career might be over, and discusses some other big league careers that seemed destined for the Hall of Fame at first, only to be derailed by injuries.

Plus, could the Phils and Roy Halladay be close to a deal that would bring Doc back to the organization? And some shocking stories from the trial of two Cubans accused of smuggling baseball players from Cuba to the United States.

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