Phillies live stream info: How to watch final spring training game

Former Philadelphia Phillies managers Larry Bowa, left, and Charlie Manuel (Photo by Joe Robbins/Getty Images)
Former Philadelphia Phillies managers Larry Bowa, left, and Charlie Manuel (Photo by Joe Robbins/Getty Images) /

Monday marks the final time the Phillies will play before they head back home to open the season. Here is how you can watch the game.

Spring training is just about over with Opening Day against the Braves coming up on Thursday. This spring training has felt extra long for the Phillies considering how the offseason dragged well into camp.

This will be the last chance to see how the team looks heading into the season. The final roster is essentially set, but some questions still remain unanswered regarding the team.

Many fans may already be looking forward to the first game of the season, but one final spring training game remains. Here’s everything you need to know to watch the game:

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Date: March 25, 2019
First Pitch: 1:05 PM EST
Location: Clearwater, FL
Stadium: Spectrum Field
Pitchers:  Jake Arrieta (0-1, 7.88 ERA, 8 K) vs. Wilmer Font (1-0, 9.39 ERA, 5 K)
TV Channel: NBC Sports Philadelphia, MLB Network (out-of-market only)
Live Stream: NBC Sports Philadelphia (subscribers only), MLB Network,

The lineup for the game sure looks like it could be what we see on Opening Day:

Arrieta started off the spring strong but his numbers have not been great as a whole. He got rocked in his last start on March 14 against the Pirates, giving up five runs in 3.1 innings. A good finish to the spring will inspire confidence for his first start Sunday night against the Braves.

Arrieta will be the team’s third starter this season. Aaron Nola was the obvious pick for the Opening Day starter. Nick Pivetta‘s strong spring earned him the ball Saturday night. Zach Eflin will take get the fourth start when the team hits the road in Washington.

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Vince Velasquez is in a precarious spot to start the year after struggling this spring. His job as the fifth starter is seemingly safe for now with Jerad Eickhoff in Triple-A. However, due to the off days early on, a fifth starter won’t be needed until April 9. In the meantime, Velasquez could be used in the bullpen, and if the team likes him there, he could stay.