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Once a top prospect in the system with high expectations, Scott Kingery has officially rejoined the Philadelphia Phillies' Triple-A affiliate, per the Iron Pigs Transaction Log.

Kingery was sidelined with a right shoulder (labrum) injury, which he received surgery for, and underwent a lengthy recovery process.

In his time since surgery, Kingery has received a solid amount of individual attention, as some briefly noticed this spring:

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Hopes within the organization remain high with Kingery, as the now 28 year-old will receive regular playing time in the Minors, relatively free of pressure. It's expected that Kingery will see a majority of his at-bats at second base, and less time in center field and the corner outfield spots.

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