Friday and Saturday 7:05, Sunday 1:35
Citizens Bank Park - Philadelphia, PA
Reds 14-20, 4th place in the N.L. Central, 11 1/2 games behind the Cubs
Phillies 20-15, 3rd place in the N.L. East, 1 1/2 games behind the Mets and Nationals
Reds Probables: Brandon Finnegan (1-1, 4.15), Tim Adleman (1-0, 2.45), Dan Straily (1-1, 3.47)
Phillies Probables: Jeremy Hellickson (2-2, 4.91), Aaron Nola (2-2, 3.13), Adam Morgan (1-0, 3.94)
At the Ballpark: Tomorrow night is Teva Respiratory Night and all fans will receive a gray Phillies hat. On Sunday, all kids will receive a Phillies wiffle ball and bat set and they'll be able to run the bases following the game.
Average: Zack Cozart - .330
Runs: Zack Cozart - 19
Home Runs: Four tied with - 6
RBIs: Jay Bruce - 23
Stolen Bases: Billy Hamilton - 7
Wins: Ross Ohlendorf and Blake Wood - 3
ERA: Dan Straily - 3.47
Strikeouts: Dan Straily - 30
Saves: Tony Cingrani - 2
Average: Odubel Herrera - .339
Runs: Odubel Herrera - 22
Home Runs: Ryan Howard - 8
RBIs: Maikel Franco - 19
Stolen Bases: Odubel Herrera - 6
Wins: Vince Velasquez - 4
ERA: Vince Velasquez - 2.70
Strikeouts: Aaron Nola and Vince Velasquez - 49
Saves: Jeanmar Gomez - 13
Alex Johnson started his 13-year career with the Phillies, appearing in 140 games primarily in left field in 1964 and 1965. He'd enjoy his best season in 1970, but it wasn't with the Reds. Johnson was traded to the Angels in November 1969 and he'd have an All-Star season in California, hitting a league leading .329 with 14 home runs and 86 RBIs.
This is Sparky Anderson's rookie card as a manager, as he took over the Reds in 1970 guiding them to a National League pennant. His actual rookie card can be found within the 1959 Topps set from when he was the starting second baseman for the Phillies.
Pat Corrales and Johnson were teammates on the 1964-1965 Phillies teams. Both were part of a big six-player trade in October 1965 with the Cardinals. Corrales spent parts of five seasons with the Reds beginning in 1968, his longest stint with any team. He'd come back to the Phillies as their manager in 1982.
Bobby Tolan was the starting center fielder for the Reds between 1969 and 1973, missing the entire 1971 season due to an Achilles injury. He joined the Phillies for the 1976 and 1977 seasons, appearing in 125 games and hitting .253.