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Phillies likely to disperse after MLB encourages players to return home as coronavirus precaution

In a memo to teams on Sunday, MLB discouraged players from continuing to gather at spring-training complexes even for informal workouts.

Most Phillies players staying in Florida (for now), awaiting more word on coronavirus protocol

"I told guys [to do] whatever makes you comfortable," pitcher Jake Arrieta said.

How Phillies might actually benefit from delayed start to season | Scott Lauber

With opening day pushed back at least two weeks, maybe more, leadoff-hitting left fielder Andrew McCutchen will get more time to get his surgically repaired knee ready for the season.

Phillies, MLB face unanswered questions after coronavirus halts spring training | Extra Innings

Multiple sources speculated that players will be advised to stay in Florida and Arizona during the shutdown. “I really don’t know what’s going to happen," Jake Arrieta said.

Phillies reliever Seranthony Dominguez suffers elbow setback

The hard-throwing reliever will be reevaluated Thursday to determine the severity of the issue, which has cast doubt on his readiness for the start of the season.

Adam Haseley or Roman Quinn? Sizing up center field, other unresolved Phillies spring-training questions.

There’s more than merely a No. 5 starter competition that remains up in the air over the final 2? weeks of spring training.

Phillies adjusting to new reality of living amid coronavirus fear, as MLB ponders next steps

“I think we’re all in uncharted territory,” Phillies star Bryce Harper said. “We’ve never seen this. We’ve never done this."

As Phillies take MLB-mandated coronavirus precautions, Bryce Harper’s daily routine remains unchanged

MLB is taking extreme, unprecedented measures to try to keep the coronavirus from infecting clubhouses, but the Phillies star isn't changing how he lives.