The Phillies monthly minor league honors for May were handed out, with outfielder Adam Haseley, pitcher Kyle Glogoski and infielder Alec Bohm being honored as the Phillies Minor League Hitter, Pitcher and Defender of the Month.
Haseley’s month of May started in Reading before moving to Lehigh Valley for six games and then making his major league debut with the Phillies. With Reading and Lehigh Valley, Haseley hit a combined 5-15-.330/.402/.570 with seven doubles, one triple, 19 runs, 11 walks and three stolen bases in 27 games. While with Reading, Haseley played in 24 games and reached base in 22 of them and then opened his Triple-A stint with three hits in his debut with the IronPigs. Haseley, 23, joined the Phillies in early June and went 1-for-7 (.243), playing in just two games before being placed on the IL. His one hit was a double that proved to be a game-winner against San Diego.
The 20-year old Glogoski pitched in six games, five in relief, in the month of May and went 3-1 with a 0.96 ERA and a 0.75 WHIP. Opponents batted just .123 against Glogoski in May. On the season, Glogoski is 3-1 with a 1.30 ERA with Lakewood in eight games, including three starts for the BlueClaws. This is just Glogoski’s second professional season after going 4-0 with a 2.31 ERA in eight starts and two relief appearances in the Gulf Coast League last season. Glogoski is a native of Auckland, New Zealand and was recently named as the BlueClaws’ lone representative in the South Atlantic League All-Star Game and is on a trek to become the first native of New Zealand to play in the majors.
Bohm, 22, made 15 starts at third base and five more at first base in May, handling a combined 88 total chances flawlessly. Bohm had 30 assists and 58 combined putouts, helping to turn six double plays as a member of the Clearwater Threshers. The Phillies selected Bohm with the third overall pick in the 2018 Draft out of Wichita State. In two minor league seasons, Bohm has handled 101 chances at first base, committing just one error for a .990 fielding percentage. As a third baseman, Bohm has a career .931 fielding percentage, having made 11 errors in 160 chances. In addition to his fielding, Bohm is hitting 6-33-.332/.398/.518 in 59 games this season with Lakewood and Clearwater.