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Regular Season .273 4 9 .838 1

Top Brandon Marsh News

  • Phillies' Brandon Marsh: Not starting versus lefty

    Marsh isn't in the Phillies' lineup for Saturday's matchup against the Pirates.

    The lefty-hitting Marsh will take a seat as left-hander Marco Gonzales prepares to start on the mound for Pittsburgh. Cristian Pache will fill the void in left field and bat eighth while Marsh sits.

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  • Phillies' Brandon Marsh: Belts homer Thursday

    Marsh went 1-for-3 with a two-run home run in a 5-1 win against the Pirates on Thursday.

    The Phillies were clinging to a narrow 1-0 lead in the seventh inning when Marsh gave them some breathing room with a two-run blast off talented rookie Jared Jones. The long ball was the outfielder's fourth of the campaign through 12 games. He's already one-third of the way to the 12 homers he hit over 133 contests last season, and Marsh has added a .333/.357/.641 slash line, nine RBI, six runs and a stolen base to his strong start.

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  • Phillies' Brandon Marsh: Moves up to six hole

    Marsh will start in left field and bat sixth in Wednesday's game in St. Louis.

    Marsh has been the Phillies' best hitter in the early going this season, putting together a .344/.371/.625 batting line with three home runs. He will switch lineup spots with fellow left-handed batter Bryson Stott, who has been moved down to the No. 8 spot.

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  • Phillies' Brandon Marsh: Drills third home run

    Marsh went 2-for-4 with a solo homer and two runs scored in Monday's win over the Cardinals.

    Marsh singled and scored a run in the fifth inning before capping off his day with a solo blast in the ninth. He was just 2-for-11 over his previous four games since his last long ball April 2. Marsh is now slashing .310/.323/.621 with three home runs and six RBI through 31 plate appearances.

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  • Phillies' Brandon Marsh: On bench against southpaw

    Marsh is not in the lineup for Sunday's game against the Nationals, Alex Coffey of The Philadelphia Inquirer reports.

    Washington's MacKenzie Gore is the fifth left-handed starter the Phillies have faced this season, and Marsh has started just one of those games. Whit Merrifield will take over in left field and bat seventh.

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  • Phillies' Brandon Marsh: Leaves yard Tuesday

    Marsh went 3-for-4 with a solo homer and two runs scored in Tuesday's 9-4 win over the Reds.

    Marsh notched his first multi-hit game of the early season and capped it off with a solo blast in the eighth to pad the Phillies' lead. The 26-year-old also managed to not strike out after doing so seven times over his first 10 at-bats. Marsh has shown some added power early on by hitting both his homers to the opposite field, though opening the year in the strong side of a platoon hurts his ceiling a bit.

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  • Phillies' Brandon Marsh: Sitting against another lefty

    Marsh is out of the lineup for Sunday's game against Atlanta, Scott Lauber of The Philadelphia Inquirer reports.

    The 26-year-old clubbed a two-run homer Opening Day but finds himself on the bench for the second straight contest Sunday as Chris Sale makes it consecutive lefty starters for Atlanta. Marsh had an .830 OPS in 133 games last season but fared worse against southpaws with a .229/.321/.396 slash line in 110 plate appearances, and he appears locked into the strong side of a platoon in left field to begin 2024. Cristian Pache is manning left field and batting eighth.

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  • Phillies' Brandon Marsh: Swats first homer of season

    Marsh went 1-for-4 with a two-run home run in Friday's 9-3 loss to Atlanta.

    The 26-year-old outfielder lofted a Spencer Strider fastball over the fence in left-center field in the fifth inning for the game's first runs. Marsh took a step forward at the plate in 2023, posting a .292/.287/.477 slash line over 362 plate appearances against right-handers, and he could be effective on the strong side of a platoon in left field with Whit Merrifield this season.

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  • Phillies' Brandon Marsh: Resting Saturday

    Marsh isn't in the Phillies' lineup Saturday against Atlanta, Alex Coffey of The Philadelphia Inquirer reports.

    Marsh will get a breather after swatting a two-run homer during Friday's loss. Whit Merrifield will take his place in left field and bat eighth.

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  • Phillies' Brandon Marsh: Starts in outfield in spring debut

    Marsh (knee) will start in left field and bat eighth Wednesday in the Phillies' Grapefruit League game against the Tigers.

    After undergoing arthroscopic knee surgery in early February, Marsh was eased into baseball activities to begin spring training, and the 26-year-old has apparently responded well after gradually increasing the intensity of his workouts. Marsh had already played in an intrasquad game last week, but he'll now test out his knee in an uncontrolled setting for what will be his Grapefruit League debut. Because of the time he's already missed, Marsh will still need to stack up at-bats over the course of several games to guarantee his availability for Opening Day, but he appears on track to do that provided he doesn't experience a setback with his knee along the way.

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  • Phillies' Brandon Marsh: On precipice of Grapefruit debut

    Phillies manager Rob Thomson said Saturday that Marsh (knee) could make his Grapefruit League debut by the middle or end of next week, Alex Coffey of the Philadelphia Inquirer reports.

    Working his way back from arthroscopic left knee surgery, Marsh took five live at-bats on Saturday and is now up to 29 at-bats off live pitching this spring. He will serve as a designated hitter in an intrasquad game Sunday and could be ready for an official spring game shortly thereafter. The hope remains that Marsh will be ready to go for Opening Day, but he's working with a tight window.

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  • Phillies' Brandon Marsh: Plays in intrasquad game

    Marsh (knee) played in a minor-league intrasquad game Thursday, Scott Lauber of The Philadelphia Inquirer reports.

    Marsh resumed taking batting practice Friday, and getting back into a game environment is a good sign that Marsh is recovering well from his arthroscopic knee surgery. It remains unclear whether or not Marsh will return in time to play in the Grapefruit League, but the Phillies have not yet ruled him out for Opening Day.

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  • Phillies' Brandon Marsh: Takes batting practice

    Marsh (knee) progressed to taking regular batting practice Friday, Matt Gelb of The Athletic reports.

    It's another box checked off for Marsh, whose rehab from left knee surgery has gone as well as can be expected. While it's not yet clear when he might be able to participate in Grapefruit League games, the hope remains that he has enough time to be ready for Opening Day.

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  • Phillies' Brandon Marsh: Starts jogging

    Marsh (knee) said Wednesday that he's been cleared for jogging, Matt Gelb of The Athletic reports.

    Resuming light running work represents Marsh's first meaningful step forward in his recovery from the left knee scope he underwent earlier this month. He's expected to require 3-to-4 weeks to make a full recovery from the procedure, and while the Phillies anticipate that Marsh will be ready for Opening Day, he's unlikely to be cleared for game action until late in the Grapefruit League schedule. When healthy, Marsh is projected to handle the strong side of a platoon in left field with Whit Merrifield, though full-time roles would likely be opened up for both Merrifield and center fielder Johan Rojas if Marsh hits a snag in his recovery and is forced to begin the season on the injured list.

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  • Phillies' Brandon Marsh: Out up to four weeks after surgery

    Marsh will be sidelined 3-4 weeks following arthroscopic surgery on his left knee, Matt Gelb of The Athletic reports.

    The Phillies expect Marsh to be back in time for Opening Day, but he won't be working with much margin for error. It's a hit to the outfield depth of a Phillies team that was already pretty thin. Marsh is tentatively slated to be Philadelphia's left fielder, although he could slide back over to center field if the club decides Johan Rojas isn't ready.

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  • Phillies' Brandon Marsh: In left field for Game 4

    Marsh is starting in left field and batting eighth Thursday in Game 4 of the NLDS against Atlanta.

    Marsh has been sitting versus lefties this postseason, but he'll get the nod Thursday versus right-hander Spencer Strider as the Phillies look to eliminate the NL East champs. Marsh went 3-for-4 with a solo homer and two runs scored in Wednesday's 10-2 victory in Game 3.

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  • Phillies' Brandon Marsh: Starting in left field

    Marsh is starting in left field and batting eighth Wednesday in Game 3 of the NLDS versus Atlanta.

    It's only Marsh's second start in five games this postseason, as he's began on the bench each of the three times the Phillies have faced a left-hander. Marsh is hitless in six playoff at-bats.

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Player Bio

HT/WT: 6-4, 215 lbs
Birthplace: Buford, GA
Age: 26
Experience: 2
Bats/Throws: L, R