The Philadelphia Phillies and the San Diego Padres meet up for a neutral-site game in El Paso, Texas. Here’s your quick and easy guide to learn how to watch the Philadelphia Phillies vs. San Diego Padres baseball game online or on TV.
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The Philadelphia Phillies vs. San Diego Padres baseball game will start at 7:05 PM ET.
The Philadelphia Phillies and the San Diego Padres meet up for a neutral-site game in El Paso, Texas.
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– Nick Pivetta – Pivetta has been dominant this season, posting a 2.60 ERA in 16 starts. He’s struck out 116 batters in just 94 innings, and has a sparkling 1.04 WHIP. Pivetta has a great shot at making the All-Star team, and he could be a Cy Young contender.
– Rhys Hoskins – Hoskins has been pretty much everything the Phillies could have hoped for and more, hitting .244/.339/.533 with 20 HR. It’s impressive that he’s been able to hit for average given how much time he’s spent in pitcher’s counts. – J.T. Realmuto – Realmuto has been an offensive force for the Phillies, batting .270/.329/.484 with 13 HR. Meanwhile, he’s been a Gold Glove-caliber catcher, sporting a 26.5 Defensive Runs Saved.
– Eric Hosmer – Hosmer has been solid but unspectacular for the Padres, batting .267/.329/.438 with 8 HR. He’s been an above-average fielder, but not in a particularly exciting way. – Manny Machado – The Padres acquired Manny Machado in a blockbuster trade over the winter, and he has been a mixed bag in his first few weeks in San Diego.
He’s batting just .246/.310/.434 with 5 HR, but he’s also made some dazzling plays at third base. – Joey Lucchesi – Lucchesi has been brilliant since making his MLB debut, posting a sparkling 3.44 ERA in 16 starts. He’s given up just 109 hits in 102.1 innings, striking out 118 batters.
Overall, this has been a disappointing season for the Padres after acquiring Manny Machado and Eric Hosmer. Meanwhile, the Phillies have been one of the most surprising teams in baseball, and they look like a playoff team. This should be a fun, high-scoring game, and it’s a great way to spend a Sunday evening.