Philadelphia Phillies vs Los Angeles Dodgers: Live Stream, Start Time, TV Info, and More

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Apr 29, 2017; Los Angeles, CA, USA; Philadelphia Phillies catcher Andrew Knapp (34) runs the bases after hitting a solo home run against the Los Angeles Dodgers during the eighth inning at Dodger Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Kelvin Kuo-USA TODAY Sports
Apr 29, 2017; Los Angeles, CA, USA; Philadelphia Phillies catcher Andrew Knapp (34) runs the bases after hitting a solo home run against the Los Angeles Dodgers during the eighth inning at Dodger Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Kelvin Kuo-USA TODAY Sports /
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The Phillies look to salvage a win Sunday afternoon from the Dodgers after a tough loss Saturday night. Here’s everything you need to know for the game.

The Phillies seemed poised to even up their series with the Dodgers Saturday night with a 5-2 lead heading into the bottom of the ninth. Hector Neris entered with a comfortable three-run lead but gave up three straight home runs before an infield single secured the win for the Dodgers.

With the series already lost for the Phils, they hope to salvage a win before heading off to Chicago for a series with the Cubs. Here’s everything you need to know for Sunday afternoon’s game:

Date: April 30, 2017
First Pitch:4:10 pm ET
Location: Los Angeles, CA
Stadium: Dodger Stadium
Pitchers: Nick Pivetta (3-0, 0.95 ERA in Triple-A) vs. Hyun-Jin Ryu (0-4, 4.64 ERA)
Radio Station: 94.1 WIP (Phils), 570 LA Sports, KTNQ 1020, Radio Korea 1540 (Dodgers)
TV Channel: CSN-Philadelphia (Phils), Sportsnet LA, KTLA, SNLA Spanish (Dodgers), MLB Network
Live Stream: MLB.tv, CSNPhilly.com, NBCSports App

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This is Philadelphia’s lineup for the game:

  1. 2B Cesar Hernandez
  2. SS Freddy Galvis
  3. LF Daniel Nava
  4. 3B Maikel Franco
  5. CF Aaron Altherr
  6. RF Michael Saunders
  7. 1B Tommy Joseph
  8. C Cameron Rupp
  9. P Nick Pivetta

With the left-handed throwing Ryu on the mound, Pete Mackanin opted to rest Odubel Herrera in favor of Nava.

Altherr moves over to center while Nava starts in left.

Mackanin also dropped the struggling Joseph to the seventh spot while moving up Galvis, whose hit streak now sits at 11 games.

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Pivetta is set to make his major-league debut after spending nearly the last week with the major-league team. His debut was originally going to be last Wednesday, but Tuesday’s game being postponed pushed the rotation back a day and forced Pivetta’s debut to be moved to Sunday.

Pivetta was electric in his first three starts in Triple-A, giving up just two earned runs in 19 innings. He had already collected 24 strikeouts with just walks before being called up.

Ryu is coming off his best start of the season so far, giving up just one run in six innings against the Giants. He has a career 2.77 ERA against the Phils in two starts.

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With the Korean Ryu on the mound, the game will be broadcast on the radio in his home country, so if you are reading this and live in Korea, you can listen.

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