Philadelphia Phillies Player News: Last 24 hours, All Positions

News: Nola (elbow) said Tuesday that he will enter spring training without restrictions, Jim Salisbury of reports.
Impact: The right-hander said something similar in early November, suggesting he was 100 percent healthy even then, but this is still notable as Nola has been throwing for some time and has avoided setbacks. He said Tuesday that he's feeling "great," now nearly five months removed from suffering a low-grade UCL sprain and a low-grade flexor pronator tendon strain. Nola, who's just 23, figures to see his ADP steadily creep up if he can prove his health in camp.
News: Quinn will likely open the 2017 season at Triple-A Lehigh Valley, Jim Salisbury of CSN Philadelphia reports.
Impact: The Phillies signed Michael Saunders on Monday to a one-year deal with an option. He will see the majority of the playing time in right field, leaving Quinn without a regular role. Quinn has yet to see any time at Triple-A, so the move buys him some more development time. He is likely to get another opportunity in the majors later this season.