The Philadelphia Phillies return to the diamond after an off-day welcoming the Toronto Blue Jays to South Philadelphia for the first of a quick two-game set.
The Phillies will look to build off of a 6-1 win on Sunday over the Boston Red Sox. The Phils’ will start righty Aaron Nola. Nola surrendered 7-hits and 4-earned runs in his last outing, a no decision at the Los Angeles Dodgers. The Phils’ starter is 0-2 with a 5.48 ERA in four career starts against Toronto.
The Blue Jays are fresh off a sweep of the Pirates in Pittsburgh. The Jays outscored the Buccos 22-2 in the three-game sweep. Toronto will lean on 25-year-old Alek Manoah, he will be making his first career start against the Phillies.
First pitch is set for 7:10 PM/EDT from South Philadelphia.
Fresh off their first victory of the 2023 season, the Philadelphia Phillies will look to take the rubber match of the three-game set from the New York Yankees. The Phils will send Aaron Nola to the mound and the Yankees will counter with Gerrit Cole.
First pitch is set for 1:05 PM/Eastern from Yankee Stadium in the Bronx.
The PhiladelphiaPhillies head into Tuesday’s game against the New York Yankees as the only winless team remaining in Major League Baseball. Riding an 0-4 start, the Phils will send lefty Matt Strahm to the mound in a spot start. The Yankees will counter with Domingo German.
First pitch is set for 7:15 PM from the Bronx. The game will be available nationally on TBS and locally on NBC Sports Philadelphia Plus.
The PhiladelphiaPhillies look to end a three-game skid on Monday against the New York Yankees in the Bronx. The Phils will send Taijuan Walker to the mound for his first regular season start with the club. The Yankees will counter with Nestor Cortes.
The PhiladelphiaPhillies return to the field on Saturday in Arlington, turning to their ace –ZackWheeler– looking to notch the first win of the 2023 regular season. The TexasRangers will counter with free agent acquisition NathanEovaldi.
The Fightins hope to have short memories after blowing a 5-0 lead on Opening Day on their way to a horrific 11-7 loss to the Rangers.
Despite the loss, not all was bad for the Phillies.
Offensively, the Phils looked as advertised especially from the power department accounting for seven extra-base hits and seven runs on Thursday. 3B AlecBohm was the star of the game for the Phils, the 26-year old went 3-for-4 with 3 RBIs and was a single short of the cycle. TreaTurner, J.T. Realmuto, Nick Castellanos, and BrandonMarsh joined the extra-base hit parade and 1B Darrick Hall was robbed of a late-inning home run.
First pitch is set for 4:05 PM/Eastern from GlobeLife Park.
The oft-maligned Philadelphia Phillies outfielder Nick Castellanos went 3-for-4 with one double and 3 RBIs on Tuesday afternoon to lead the Phils to a 7-3 NLDS game one victory over the Atlanta Braves.
The Philadelphia Phillies (87-73) partied hard following Monday night’s 3-0 victory over the Houston Astros (104-56). The win ended the Fightin’s 11-years of futility and propelled them into the postseason.
Somehow, if they have enough sober players, the Phils will have to take the field for game two of a three-game set in “Space City.”
First pitch is set for 8:10 PM/Eastern from Minute Maid Park in Houston.