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Examining Phils’ outfield options as injuries pile up
The Phillies are considering their options in the outfield if Brandon Marsh needs to be placed on the 10-day injured list. “We are a little thin,” Phillies president of baseball operations Dave Dombrowski said Wednesday morning. “You can look at some things internally, but you can also look at things externally”.
Phillies outfielder Nick Marsh had an MRI exam to determine the severity of a knee injury. Marsh injured his left knee in Tuesday night’s victory over the Cincinnati Reds. One doctor thought it might be a bone bruise, but the Phillies say it’s more serious. The MRI exam will be reviewed by team doctors, and Marsh could be out for several weeks.
Here is a look at the Phillies’ outfield situation:
- Kyle Schwarber has not played since last Thursday because of a mild strain in his right calf. The Phillies say he could return to the lineup Friday against the Mets, but as a DH. It is unclear when Schwarber will play the left field again for the Phillies.
- Triple-A Lehigh Valley outfielder Símon Muzziotti injured his patellar tendon over the weekend. He will not play again this season. Muzziotti was next in line to come up, Dombrowski said.
- Bryce Harper could rejoin the team around Sept. 1, but he will only DH upon his return. He has a tear in the UCL in his right elbow. The Phillies recently shut down his throwing program.
- The Philadelphia Phillies have left only three players on their 40-man roster who can play the outfield, all of whom are currently in the organization’s minor league system. Triple-A Lehigh Valley utility players Yairo Muñoz and Johan Camargo and Double-A Reading outfielder Jhailyn Ortiz are the only players with experience playing in the Major Leagues.
- Double-A Reading outfielder Johan Rojas is the organization’s No. 5 prospect, but he’s not high enough on the list because he bats left-handed.
- The Phillies earlier this month lost two outfielders. They traded Mickey Moniak to the Angels earlier for Noah Syndergaard and released Odúbel Herrera when they acquired Marsh. Herrera remains unsigned.
He made a diving catch and a nice catch in the corner, looked like Ed Delahanty out there, manager Rob Thomson said. It was Maton’s first appearance in the majors after playing only 7 1/3 innings in the outfield in the Minors.
Phillies could look outside the organization for help if Marsh is ruled out for an extended period of time. If they need a fourth or fifth outfielder on Wednesday, Edmundo Sosa and Garrett Stubbs can play.
Cardinals GM Dave Dombrowski says the team is “exploring all options” as they prepare for the possibility of losing Marsh, Schwarber, and Muzziotti within a few days. “I’m still hopeful that he may not have to go on the IL, but we’ll just wait and see,” he said of Marsh’s chances of making the trip to the International League.
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