This spring has undoubtedly belonged to Domonic Brown.

Brown is hitting .400 with three home runs, including a 2-for-4 day at the plate in Thursday’s 10-6 loss to the Twins.

Brown looks more confident at the dish, something Phillies manager Charlie Manuel and many others have noticed. He finally appears to be the feared hitter he was supposed to be when he debuted in 2010.

But Brown’s maturation has been more than just a tweak in his approach at the plate. His reputation as an outfielder had been average at best.

Yet, there was Brown on Thursday, darting across left field to track down a hard-hit ball, turning what should’ve been a double into a single.

“He ran like he was wanting to get it,” Manuel said, with the emphasis on “get.”