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Bronx Banter Jul 25, 2015

Don’t Look Back

And yeah, Phil Hughes was good too. Naturally. But the story was Big Mike getting...

Headley: “We swung the bats better than what it showed”

From Jon Krawczynski of The Associated Press: MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — Phil Hughes has settled in nicely in Minnesota, where a smaller media market and a bigger ballpark have helped him become the kind of pitcher the New York Yankees always hoped he would be. Hughes pitched seven shutout innings against his former team and Miguel […] The post Headley: “We swung the bats better than what it showed” appeared first on The LoHud Yankees Blog.
New York Post Jul 25, 2015

Even after strong night, Phil Hughes can’t earn Yanks’ respect

MINNEAPOLIS — If the Yankees had seen Phil Hughes pitch the way he did against them on Friday night more often when he was with them, he might still be...

Hughes happy to break HR habit

Twins righthander Phil Hughes says it was nice, after giving up a homer in eight straight games, to break that streak with seven shutout innings on Friday.
St. Paul Pioneer Press Jul 25, 2015
Twins' Phil Hughes contains Yankees sluggers in 10-1 win

Twins' Phil Hughes contains Yankees sluggers in 10-1 win

Twins starter Phil Hughes had been tagged for an American League-leading 23 home runs when the powerful New York Yankees came to Target Field on Friday.
New York Daily News Jul 24, 2015
Pineda shelled while Hughes shuts down Yankees in 10-1 loss

Pineda shelled while Hughes shuts down Yankees in 10-1 loss

Phil Hughes and the Yankees went their separate ways after the 2013 season.
Newsday Jul 24, 2015

Phil Hughes outpitches Michael Pineda as Yankees lose to Twins, 10-1

The easy narrative from Friday night's 10-1 loss to the Twins would be the Yankees, strong at home all season, getting a degree of comeuppance on the road to start a three-city, 10-game trip.
Bronx Banter Jul 24, 2015

Hello, Ol’ Chum

Ah, Phil Hughes, we hardly knew ye. Be nice to see him tonight and also...

Hughes sharp again in Twins win

Twins righthander Phil Hughes pitched into the seventh inning as he won his third straight start.
Red Reporter Jun 30, 2015

Reds vs. Twins, Game 2: Preview and Predictions Thread

Minnesota Twins @ Cincinnati Reds Tuesday, June 30, 20157:10 PM EDTGABP Anthony DeSclafani vs. Phil Hughes Disco looks to keep the good vibes going, as he takes on Phil Hughes with a chance to win the series. Disco gave up 4 runs in his last start, but only one was earned, so he'll look to have better luck in this next iteration. Phil Hughes is coming off of back-to-back 8-inning 1-run starts against both Chicago teams, so this probably is a bad time to run into him. Hopefully the weather holds up. Go Reds! Editor's Note: SB Nation's partner FanDuel is hosting a $100,000 one-day...

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