Ben Revere CF PHI 1 Month

Ben Revere went 2-for-2 with a triple, a walk and two runs scored to help the Phillies beat the Orioles 6-5 on Wednesday.

The Phillies appear set to go with Revere as their everyday option in the leadoff spot, which will help his fantasy value. Last year, he made 42 of his 79 starts as a leadoff man.

Ben Revere CF PHI 3 Months

Phillies and OF Ben Revere avoided arbitration by agreeing to a one-year, $1.95 million contract.

The deal also includes award bonuses. $1.9125 million was the midpoint of figures exchanged last week, so it's a contract that appears to be fair for both sides. Revere qualified for arbitration eligibility for the first time this winter as a Super Two player.

Ben Revere CF PHI 3 Months

Ben Revere requested $2.425 million and was offered $1.4 million from the Phillies when arbitration figures were exchanged on Friday.

The two sides are likely to settle around $1.9 million. The 25-year-old speedster missed the second half of the 2013 season after undergoing surgery to repair a fractured foot, but should be healthy and ready to go for spring training. His Phillies tenure got off to a terrific start, after slashing .305/.388/.352 with 22 stolen bases in his first 88 games.

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Ben Revere (foot) has been participating in instructional league games this week in Clearwater, Florida.

Revere underwent surgery in mid-July to repair a fracture in his right foot. His recovery has gone smoothly so far and he should be fully healthy by next spring. The 25-year-old center fielder hit .305/.338/.352 with 22 stolen bases in 88 games this season.

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Ben Revere (foot) is not longer using crutches.

Revere is just over two months removed from surgery to repair a fractured right foot. The Phillies aren't ruling out a return later this season, but assistant general manager Scott Proefrock admitted that the main goal is to get him "to the point where there are no surprises in spring training next year."

Ben Revere CF PHI 9 Months

Ben Revere underwent successful surgery for his fractured right foot on Tuesday.

Revere had two screws placed across the fracture and will be sidelined 6-8 weeks while recovering from the injury. John Mayberry is expected to get the majority of playing time in center field in his absence.

Ben Revere CF PHI 9 Months

Ben Revere is scheduled to undergo surgery for his fractured right foot on Tuesday morning.

The estimated recovery time is 6-8 weeks, which means Revere will be on the disabled list until at least late August. Revere, 25, was batting .345/.371/.406 with 15 steals and 24 runs scored over his last 51 games. John Mayberry will get the bulk of playing time in center field.

Ben Revere CF PHI 9 Months

Ben Revere is expected to be sidelined 6-8 weeks with a fractured right foot.

More will be known after Revere is examined on Monday, but he's obviously looking at an extended absence. It's an unfortunate blow for the Phillies, as Revere had really turned things around after a slow start. John Mayberry will handle center field for the time being.

Ben Revere CF PHI 9 Months

Phillies placed OF Ben Revere on the 15-day disabled list with a fractured right foot.

Revere suffered the injury when he fouled a ball off his foot during an at-bat Saturday. The Phillies haven't revealed a timetable for his return, but he seems likely to be on the shelf for at least a month.

Ben Revere CF PHI 9 Months

Ben Revere sustained a broken right foot during the first game of Saturday's doubleheader against the White Sox.

Revere fouled a ball off his foot during an at-bat in the 11th inning, and after the game X-rays showed the fracture. It's a shame, as Revere had been having a nice year, batting .305 with 22 stolen bases for the Phillies. He's headed to the disabled list and it's likely he'll miss at least a month with the injury.