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Houston Astros vs Philadelphia Phillies
Time: 1:05 pm
Osceola County Stadium – Kissimmee, FL
Weather: 73, Cloudy
TV: MLB Network (Delayed broadcast)
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If you’re reading this at 1:05 PM and you haven’t adjusted your clocks, it is too late. Dom Brown finally gets a day off as Cole Hamels leads the Phils against the Houston Astros in Kissimmee in game 16 of 32. Most of the top-tier players are traveling with the team today and, minus Brown’s day off and Jimmy Rollins in the WBC, this is likely a line-up you could see in May or June.
The other pitchers scheduled to throw today: Zach Miner, Tyler Cloyd, Justin De Fratus, Jeremy Horst, and Justin Friend.
1. Revere – CF
2. Frandsen – DH
3. Utley – 2B
4. Howard – 1B
5. Young – 3B
6. Nix – RF
7. Ruf – LF
8. Kratz– C
9. Galvis – C
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