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Sun, April 22
Citizens Bank Park
Pittsburgh Pirates
Philadelphia Phillies


W: Y. Rios (3-0)
R. Rodriguez (0-1)

Home Runs

PIT - E. Diaz (2)  
- None


Fri Apr 13
W 2 - 1@TB
Sat Apr 14
W 9 - 4@TB
Sun Apr 15
W 10 - 4@TB
Mon Apr 16
L 1 - 2@ATL
Tue Apr 17
W 5 - 1@ATL
Wed Apr 18
L 3 - 7@ATL
Thu Apr 19
W 7 - 0PIT
Fri Apr 20
W 2 - 1PIT
Sat Apr 21
W 6 - 2PIT
Sun Apr 22
W 3 - 2PIT
Tue Apr 24
7:05 pm ET
Wed Apr 25
7:05 pm ET
Thu Apr 26
1:05 pm ET
Fri Apr 27
7:05 pm ET
Sat Apr 28
6:05 pm ET
Sun Apr 29
1:35 pm ET
Mon Apr 30
7:10 pm ET
Tue May 1
7:10 pm ET
Wed May 2
7:10 pm ET
Fri May 4
7:05 pm ET


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Phillies' Nick Pivetta: Turns in quality start versus Pirates
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Pivetta allowed two runs on five hits and two walks across 6.1 innings in Sunday's no-decision against the Pirates. He struck out seven.

Pivetta threw an impressive 70 percent of his pitches for strikes, inducing 15 swinging strikes as he reached seven punchouts for the third time this year. His only major mistake came in the fifth inning, when Elias Diaz hit a two-run home run to center. Pivetta pitched well enough to win, but neither team found another run until Aaron Altherr's game-winning hit in the 11th inning. Though he's still won just once, the early returns have been excellent for Pivetta, who will take a 2.57 ERA and a 1.00 WHIP into his next scheduled outing against the Braves.

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Phillies' Ranger Suarez: Solid pair of starts at Double-A
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Suarez allowed just two runs in 14 innings over his last two starts for Double-A Reading and didn't walk a single batter, The Athletic Philadelphia reports.

The young lefty is notable for his excellent control, with a 4.1 percent walk rate so far this season. Back in 2014, he walked just one batter in 80.2 innings in the Venezuelan Summer League, good for a ridiculously low 0.3 percent walk rate. The 22-year-old may not be much more than a back-end starter, and he's likely still a few years away from the majors, but the profile is intriguing, especially for a team who hasn't had a left-hander start a game since 2016.

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Phillies' Enyel De Los Santos: Strong start at Triple-A
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

De Los Santos is off to a strong start in his first taste of Triple-A ball for Lehigh Valley, The Athletic Philadelphia reports.

De Los Santos was acquired from the Padres in exchange for Freddy Galvis back in December. In his first three Triple-A starts, he has a 1.98 ERA and a 1.63 FIP, striking out 36.1 percent of batters while walking 8.2 percent. In 150 innings for Double-A San Antonio last season, the young righty was good, but not nearly this good, posting a 3.78 FIP with a 22.4 percent strikeout rate. The Phillies' analytics department made minor adjustments to De Los Santos' mechanics and pitch sequencing, which may have unlocked a new level of performance for the young righty. He wasn't in consideration for a rotation spot to begin the year, but if his hot start continues and he begins to look like something more than the back-end starter he projected to be coming into the season, there's a chance he could make a push for big-league starts later in the season.

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Phillies' Odubel Herrera: Impressing defensively
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Herrera has been impressing the Phillies defensively so far this season, the Phillies' official site reports.

Herrera leads all major-league outfielders with four 4-star plays (balls with a 26 to 50 percent likelihood of being caught according to Statcast) so far this season. He's already recorded four defensive runs saved, matching his total from last season. That stellar defense won't benefit owners in most fantasy leagues, but it will provide one more reason for manager Gabe Kapler to keep Herrera in the lineup every game. Herrera's hot bat (.338/.380/.473 through 19 games) is reason enough for him to remain in the lineup every day for now, but even once that falls back to earth, his glove should keep him largely immune from the Phillies' policy of heavily rotating their hitters.

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Phillies' Tommy Hunter: Rejoins bullpen Sunday
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Hunter (hamstring) was activated from the 10-day disabled list Sunday.

Hunter will rejoin the Phillies' bullpen after missing the start of the season with a Grade 1 hamstring strain. The 31-year-old will be a welcomed addition to the team's relief corps, as he posted a solid 2.61 ERA and 21.9 percent K-BB% with the Rays last season. Hoby Milner was optioned to Triple-A Lehigh Valley on Saturday to make room for Hunter's activation.

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2018 Team Leaders
AVGOdubel Herrera , CF.338
HRRhys Hoskins , LF4
RBIRhys Hoskins , LF19
OBPRhys Hoskins , LF.488
SLGRhys Hoskins , LF.639
RCesar Hernandez , 2B15
SBCesar Hernandez , 2B5
WLuis Garcia , RP2
ERAAaron Nola , SP2.30
WHIPAaron Nola , SP0.93
KVince Velasquez , SP24
SVHector Neris , RP4

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