Eflin activated, optioned to Triple-A

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He struggled in his first Major League start and his final three last season with the Phillies, but was impressive in the seven in between. In those starts, he held a 2.08 ERA and tossed two complete games, one a shutout.

Eflin made a rehab start at Class A Clearwater on Thursday, striking out six and allowing one hit over five innings. Just 12 of his 56 pitches were out of the strike zone.

Phillies reorganize business side

Michael Stiles, the Phillies’ executive vice president and chief operating officer, will step down from both roles at the end of June. Stiles began working for the Phillies in 2001 as the vice president for administration and operations before being put in charge of the team’s business operations before the ’15 season.

The current senior vice president of marketing and advertising sales, David Buck, will be promoted to the role of executive vice president.

John Nickolas serves as vice president and chief financial officer and will be promoted to senior vice president and retain his position as CFO. Rick Strouse was promoted from vice president and general counsel to senior vice president and general counsel.

Special occasion uniforms unveiled

The uniforms the Phillies will wear on a number of special occasions this season — from Mother’s Day pink-accented threads to Stars and Stripes Independence Day get-ups — were unveiled on Tuesday.

Included are their All-Star Game hats that utilize a heathered red cap with gold-tinted logos and accents, and the orange uniform and black hat that any Phillies Home Run Derby participant would don. The All-Star Game is July 11 at Marlins Park in Miami.

Ben Harris is an associate reporter for MLB.com. This story was not subject to the approval of Major League Baseball or its clubs.


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