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Kansas City Royals (2-2) vs. Philadelphia Phillies (1-3) Luis Mendoza vs. John Lannan Time: 7:05 PM, Citizens Bank Park TV: TCN, MLBN Weather: Sunny/Wind, 48 Media: Twitter and Facebook Yesterday’s performance from the bullpen was embarrassing.  The Phillies will try to rebound against the Royals tonight. John Lannan will be making his Phillies debut. Lannan is 2-5 with a 6.49 career ERA at Citizens Bank Park. Mendoza is a sinker ball pitcher, so expect a lot of ground balls from the Phillies’ offense. LINEUP:  Gameday Beer:  Dogfish Head 90 Minute Imperial IPA — Suggested by Adam H. via Facebook. GO PHILLIES!
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