5 Philadelphia Phillies who’ve earned a ticket to the All-Star Game
Brad Hand’s 1.13 ERA over 23 appearances is the best on the entire pitching staff, and by far the best of his 12-year career, though it’s still early in the season.
Across 16 total innings of work, Hand has only allowed two earned runs, neither of which was a homer.
Hand was an All-Star three years running from 2017-19, but his numbers this year are better. This selection should be a slam dunk.
After everything Seranthony Dominguez went through over the last two years just to be healthy enough to pitch, it would be amazing to see him on the All-Star roster.
Dominguez has been one of the Phillies’ most reliable relievers this season, pitching to a 1.74 ERA (second-best on the team) over 21 appearances, including one game finished. Across 20 2/3 innings, he’s struck out 26 batters – tied for most in the bullpen – and like Hand, has yet to allow a home run.