Found April 17, 2013 on Phillies Nation:
Philadelphia Phillies (6-7) at Cincinnati Reds (6-7) Tuesday’s Game (Resumed from Bottom of 9th, No Outs) Time: 5:30 pm, Great American Ballpark TV: The Comcast Network, Home of Phillies Nation TV Weather: Partly Cloudy, 100% chance of precipitation, 75 Media: Twitter and Facebook The Phillies and Reds will look to squeeze the conclusion of last night’s pitcher’s duel in before the rain and before the scheduled 7:05 PM start of tonight’s regularly scheduled game. Phillippe Aumont is officially in the game for the Phillies and he will face the heart of the Reds line-up: Cozart, Votto, and Phillips. LINEUP: Revere CF, Rollins SS, Utley 2B, Howard 1B, Young 3B, Brown LF, Nix RF, Quintero C Kratz C, Kendrick P Bastardo P Aumont P Your Gameday Beer – Double Dog Pale Ale Not quite a double-header but almost just as good, Double Dog Pale Ale is tonight’s Gameday Beer! GO PHILS!  
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