Friday 8:10, Saturday 7:10 and Sunday 2:10
Miller Park - Milwaukee, WI
Phillies 29-58, 5th Place in the N.L. East, 22 1/2 games behind the Nationals
Brewers 50-41, 1st Place in the N.L. Central, 5 1/2 games ahead of the Cardinals and Cubs
Phillies Probables: Nick Pivetta (2-4, 4.73), Aaron Nola (6-6, 3.59), Jeremy Hellickson (5-5, 4.49)
Brewers Probables: Zach Davies (10-4, 4.90), Jimmy Nelson (8-4, 3.30), Matt Garza (4-4, 3.98)
At the Ballpark: The Phillies are lucky enough to be in town while the Brewers are celebrating their 1982 American League Championship year. Both teams will wear throw-back jerseys tonight and the first 20,000 fans will receive a Paul Molitor replica jersey. On Saturday, there will be a pregame ceremony honoring the 1982 Brewers team which will include former Phillies Don Money and Larry Hisle.
Finally on Sunday, all fans with receive a 1982 A.L. Championship replica ring.
Average: Aaron Altherr - .284
Runs: Cesar Hernandez - 40
Home Runs: Tommy Joseph - 15
RBIs: Maikel Franco - 45
Stolen Bases: Howie Kendrick - 8
Wins: Aaron Nola - 6
ERA: Jeremy Hellickson - 4.49
Strikeouts: Aaron Nola - 81
Saves: Hector Neris - 7
Average: Travis Shaw - .299
Runs: Eric Thames - 58
Home Runs: Eric Thames - 23
RBIs: Travis Shaw - 65
Stolen Bases: Keon Broxton - 17
Wins: Zach Davies - 10
ERA: Jimmy Nelson - 3.30
Strikeouts: Jimmy Nelson - 118
Saves: Corey Knebel - 14
Larry Hisle came up with the Phillies in 1968 and appeared in 314 games with the club between 1968 and 1971. His production from a successful 1969 season (.266, 20 home runs, 56 RBIs) significantly tailed off the next two years and the Phils traded him away to the Dodgers following the 1971 season for Tommy Hutton. Hisle spent 1972 with the Dodgers top farm club and then bounced from the Cardinals to the Twins prior to the 1973 campaign. He found success in the American League, serving primarily as a DH for the Twins (1973-1977) and Brewers (1978-1982).
Don Money was Hisle's teammate first in Philly and then with the Brewers. Originally a shortstop, the Phils moved him to third base to make room for rookie Larry Bowa in 1970. He was dealt to the Brewers following the 1972 season to make room for rookie Mike Schmidt. With the Brewers between 1973 and 1983, Money was named to four All-Star teams and he earned the nickname "Brooks" for his fine defense. Over his 16-year career, he tallied 176 home runs.