Hardball Talk "Center fielder Ben Revere and the Phillies have avoided arbitration with a one-year, $1.95 million deal. Revere had a terrible first month in Philadelphia after coming over in a trade from Minnesota, but then caught fire by hitting .347 in 65 games from May 1 until mid-July. Unfortunately..." January 25
Philly.com "Despite finishing at just 73-89, the Phillies actually significantly outperformed their run differential: their Pythagorean win-loss record, a measure of where they "should" have finished given runs for and against, was 66-96. Now, you can dismiss this as a bunch of mathematical hocus pocus. After..." November 06
MLB.com "Ben Revere said Sunday he could miss six to eight weeks because of a broken right ankle. His timetable remains the same following surgery today at the Rothman Institute. The Phillies announced foot and ankle specialist Steve Raikin placed two screws percutaneously across the fracture. Revere..." July 16
Ben Revere will have surgery tomorrow morning w/ Dr. Raikin at the Rothman Institute. Revere's estimated recovery period is 6 to 8 weeks.
Sporting News "Ben Revere has been one of the hottest hitters in baseball since the end of April. The only thing that can slow him down is an injury. The Philadelphia Phillies centerfielder suffered a broken right foot in Saturday's extra-inning loss in the first game of a day-night doubleheader to the..." July 13
Philly.com "DOMONIC BROWN and Ben Revere were never teammates before 2013, but they became off-the-field friends even as on-field foes when they came up through the minor leagues together, Brown in the Phillies' system and Revere in the Minnesota Twins'. In the offseason, before Brown had even solidified..." June 05
Philly.com "While the debut of Delmon Young drew most of the attention that wasn't being paid to the Cleveland homecomings of Charlie Manuel and Cliff Lee, Ben Revere quietly returned to the Phillies lineup Tuesday night for the first time in nearly a week. After 5 days off while battling a sore left..." May 02
Courier-Post "Phillies center fielder Ben Revere never had the problem that fictional character Willie Mays Hayes from the movie “Major League” had, where he would have to do 20 pushups every time he hit a ball in the air. Revere knew right away that he never would be a home run hitter from the leadoff spot,..." April 12