By Peter Marks
Matt Strahm was terrific in a no-decision against the Yankees, allowing just one hit over four shutout innings.
The left-hander walked one and struck out three on the night. He retired the first eight hitters he faced before Anthony Volpe dumped a single into center with two outs in the third inning.
He then issued a one-out walk to Gleyber Torres in the fourth, but he never advanced past first base.
Strahm generated nine swings and misses on 61 pitches in the ballgame, posting a CSW of 23 percent. He’ll take the ball again for the Phillies next Monday against the Marlins.