Philadelphia Phillies vs Los Angeles Dodgers: How to watch, lineups, and more
Phillies return to rebound from a devastating loss that took out one of their young stars
A blown four-run lead in Los Angeles set the Phillies back to third in the National League East and has Rhys Hoskins out of the lineup for the first time in weeks. Thankfully for Philadelphia ace Jake Arrieta gets the ball to do what he was signed for; to right the ship.
Hoskins is out tonight with a cut lip after taking a foul ball to the face, which may benefit him in the longrun. The 25-year-old outfielder has been in a month-long slump hitting just .150 since the calendar turned.
Here’s everything needed for a late-night game in Los Angeles against the Dodgers.
Date: May 29, 2018
First Pitch: 8:10 PM ET
Location: Los Angeles, California
Stadium: Dodgers Stadium
Pitchers: Kenta Maeda (4-3, 3.38 ERA) vs Jake Arrieta (4-2, 2.45 ERA)
Radio Station: 94 WIP, WSAN AM 1470 WTTM 1680; AM 570 LA Sports, KTNQ 1020; Siriux SM
TV Channel: NBCSP+; SportsNet LA, SNLA Spanish
Live Online Stream: NBC Philadelphia (subscribers only)
- Cesar Hernandez, 2B
- Pedro Florimon, 3B
- Odubel Herrera, CF
- Carlos Santana, 1B
- Aaron Altherr, RF
- Nick Williams, LF
- Scott Kingery, SS
- Jorge Alfaro, C
- Jake Arrieta, SP
Chase Utley, who is not in the Dodgers lineup tonight, is the only hitter on the team with a home run against Arrieta in his career. That home run came last year on May 26 when Arrieta was with the Cubs.
Los Angeles Dodgers
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- Max Muncy, 1B
- Jacob Turner, 3B
- Cody Bellinger, CF
- Matt Kemp, LF
- Chris Taylor, SS
- Yasiel Puig, RF
- Logan Forsythe, 2B
- Austin Barnes, C
- Kenta Maeda, SP
Maeda is 3-0 in four starts against Philadelphia with a 3.86 ERA, and 24 strikeouts in 21 innings.
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