After a 10-2 laugher in Game 3, led by Bryce Harper and his two massive home runs (and staredowns), the Philadelphia Phillies have a chance to repeat last year's trip to the NLCS. To do so, they'll have to beat the Atlanta Braves in Game 4 of the NLDS tonight. In front of the wild Citizens Bank Park crowd, they have an extra helping hand.
Probable starting pitchers
- Ranger Suárez will get the nod for the Phillies tonight. The 28-year-old left-hander pitched a sparkling 3 2/3 innings in Game 1 on Saturday, allowing only one hit and one walk while striking out four before Rob Thomson opted to use the bullpen for the rest of the game. In six postseason appearances over the last two years, Suárez has a 2-0 record, with a 0.98 ERA and 17 strikeouts over 18 1/3 innings pitched.
- The Braves will counter with their ace and Game 1 starter, Spencer Strider. In that game, the 281-strikeout machine kept the damage to a minimum, allowing only two runs (one earned) while striking out eight Phillies over seven innings of work. Hoping to get his team back to Atlanta for Game 5, Strider will be looking to avoid a repeat of last year's NLDS Game 3 when he gave up five runs on three hits through 2 1/3 innings.
Philadelphia Phillies starting lineup, NLDS Game 4
- 1. DH Kyle Schwarber
- 2. SS Trea Turner
- 3. 1B Bryce Harper
- 4. 3B Alec Bohm
- 5. 2B Bryson Stott
- 6. C J.T. Realmuto
- 7. RF Nick Castellanos
- 8. LF Brandon Marsh
- 9. CF Johan Rojas
Atlanta Braves starting lineup, NLDS Game 4
- 1. RF Ronald Acuña Jr.
- 2. 2B Ozzie Albies
- 3. 3B Austin Riley
- 4. 1B Matt Olson
- 5. DH Marcell Ozuna
- 6. C Sean Murphy
- 7. LF Kevin Pillar
- 8. SS Orlando Arcia
- 9. CF Michael Harris II
What channel is the Philadelphia Phillies game on tonight?
- Game time: 8:07 p.m. ET
- The game will be broadcast nationally on TBS
How do I stream the Philadelphia Phillies game tonight?
How can I listen to the Philadelphia Phillies game tonight?
- The Phillies broadcast will be on 94 WIP, WTTM 1680 and ESPN Radio
- Braves fans can tune into the game on 680 AM/93.7 FM The Fan, La Mejor 1600/1460/1130 AM and ESPN Radio