BOTTOM LINE: The Philadelphia Phillies play the Miami Marlins after Rhys Hoskins had four hits on Tuesday in an 11-9 loss to the Marlins.
Philadelphia has a 31-31 record overall and an 18-17 record at home. Phillies hitters have a collective .426 slugging percentage to rank fourth in the majors.
Miami has a 28-32 record overall and a 13-18 record on the road. Marlins hitters have a collective .398 slugging percentage to rank sixth in the NL.
Wednesday’s game is the seventh meeting between these teams this season. The Marlins have a 4-2 advantage in the season series.
TOP PERFORMERS: Bryce Harper has a .318 batting average to rank second on the Phillies, and has 20 doubles, a triple and 15 home runs. Hoskins is 15-for-40 with five home runs and 11 RBI over the last 10 games.
Jazz Chisholm leads the Marlins with 24 extra base hits (seven doubles, four triples and 13 home runs). Jesus Aguilar is 10-for-42 with three doubles, three home runs and nine RBI over the past 10 games.
LAST 10 GAMES: Phillies: 8-2, .285 batting average, 3.90 ERA, outscored opponents by 16 runs
INJURIES: Phillies: Jean Segura: 60-Day IL (finger), Johan Camargo: 10-Day IL (knee), Nick Maton: 10-Day IL (shoulder), Ryan Sherriff: 60-Day IL (shoulder), Sam Coonrod: 60-Day IL (shoulder), Kent Emanuel: 60-Day IL (elbow), JoJo Romero: 60-Day IL (elbow)
Marlins: Pablo Lopez: day-to-day (wrist), Brian Anderson: 10-Day IL (back), Joey Wendle: 10-Day IL (hamstring), Cody Poteet: 15-Day IL (elbow), Paul Campbell: 60-Day IL (elbow), Anthony Bender: 15-Day IL (back), Jesus Luzardo: 15-Day IL (forearm), Sean Guenther: 60-Day IL (arm)
The Associated Press created this story using technology provided by Data Skrive and data from Sportradar.