PHILS MARSH ‘DAY-TO-DAY’ WITH HAMMY: BACK FOR METS IN LONDON?

By Sally Hanson

Brandon Marsh is day to day…at this point with a right hamstring strain, Phillies manager Rob Thomson told reporters after Marsh was removed from last night’s game.

In the eighth inning, Marsh was rounding second base after a Nick Castellanos single, but seemed to tweak his hamstring and immediately asked for a trainer.

One of the many Phillies players enjoying a strong season, Marsh is hitting .265/.344/.426 over 186 plate appearances, playing primarily as the regular left fielder against right-handed pitching, and also bouncing around to the other two outfield spots when needed.

Philadelphia has a pair of upcoming off-days on Thursday and Friday, so the club might try to get by without Marsh until that break in the hopes that he can avoid the injured list.

 

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