Season Recap: Pedro Florimon

No one had a worse 2017 Phillies season than Pedro Florimon. And it’s not because he played poorly. In fact, he played very well.
In the coming days, we’re going to recap every player who spent a part of  2017 with the Philadelphia Phillies. The previous post looked at starting pitcher Pedro Florimon. We even have a landing post with a link to each player’s season.
The Phillies signed Florimon, who had played more than 200 Major League games, to a minor league deal heading into the season. All he did was play exceptionally well at Triple-A and earn a promotion to the big leagues.
Then, in 15 games, Florimon hit a robust .348/.388/.478. The problem was the last of those games. Florimon gruesomely broke his ankle and ended his season midway through September.
Florimon might bot repeat what he did in 2017, but the Phillies would likely be wise to stock him in Triple-A this year if he’s willing to return.

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