The Phillies and Nationals are set to meet for the second time in a week, this time in Philadelphia for game four of a four-game series.
After losing Vince Velasquez to an arm bruise last night the Phillies are set to lean on Jake Arrieta against the Washington Nationals.
Carlos Santana gets a rare day off, meaning Rhys Hoskins will start at first base for the second time this season. Pat Neshek was also activated off the disabled list prior to the game.
Here’s everything needed for the fourth game of a four-game series between Washington D.C. and Philadelphia.
Date: July 1, 2018
First Pitch: 1:35 PM ET
Location: Philadelphia, PA
Stadium: Citizens Bank Park
Pitchers: Jake Arrieta (5-6, 3.54 ERA) vs Gio Gonzalez (6-5, 3.68 ERA)
Radio Station: 94 WIP, WSAN AM 1470, WTTM 1680 (Philadelphia); 106.7 The Fan (Washington D.C.); Sirius XM Radio (National)
TV Channel: NBCSP+ (Philadelphia), MASN 2 (Washington D.C.), MLB Network (out of market only)
Live Online Stream: NBC Sports Philadelphia, MLB.tv
Here are the lineups for Philadelphia and Washington:
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- Cesar Hernandez, 2B
- Rhys Hoskins, 1B
- Odubel Herrera, CF
- Aaron Altherr, RF
- Scott Kingery, SS
- Jesmuel Valentin, 3B
- Jorge Alfaro, C
- Nick Williams, LF
- Jake Arrieta, SP
Philadelphia will need Jake Arrieta to go long today after the bullpen threw a combined 265 pitches in the last two games.
- Adam Eaton, RF
- Trea Turner, SS
- Juan Soto, LF
- Anthony Rendon, 3B
- Bryce Harper, CF
- Daniel Murphy, 2B
- Mark Reynolds, 1B
- Pedro Severino, C
- Gio Gonzalez, SP
Formerly a member of the Phillies farm system, Gonzalez is 11-7 in 24 starts against Philadelphia with a 2.60 ERA. Earlier this season he pitched five shutout, two-hit innings in a win over the organization that traded him to Chicago for Freddy Garcia