Sunday, May 15, 2022

Game 34 - Bats Stay Hot, Ranger Cools Dodgers

2022 Topps Phillies #PHI-13
Phillies 8
, Dodgers 3
Game 34 - Late Saturday Night, May 14th in Los Angeles
Record - 17-17, 2nd Place, 5 1/2 games behind the Mets

One Sentence Summary:  The Phillies offense continued to unload on Dodgers pitching, and Ranger Suarez went seven solid innings in this 8-3 win.

What It Means:  Somehow, the Phillies have won the first three games of this series and they'll go for the four-game series sweep this afternoon.

What Happened:  Suarez needed to go deep in this game due to the overused Phillies bullpen needing a rest, and he came through.  In seven innings of work, he allowed three runs on five hits while striking out six.  Seranthony Dominguez and Connor Brogdon shut down the Dodgers over the final two innings, with Brogdon striking out the side in the ninth.

The Phillies hit four home runs - Jean Segura had a three-run home run in the first, Bryce Harper added a three-run moonshot home run in the third, Kyle Schwarber and Rhys Hoskins both hit solo home runs in the fourth.  Batting lead-off, Hoskins went 3 for 4 with a pair of runs scored.  Harper was 3 for 4 with a double and home run.  With nine home runs each, Schwarber and Harper are tied for the National League lead with three other sluggers.

Featured Card:  Suarez gets the card here, despite the four home runs delivered by the offense.  This is a preview of what his Series Two flagship card will look like, available from the retail Topps Phillies team set.

Saturday, May 14, 2022

Game 33 - Phils Win Another Wild One in L.A.

2022 Topps Now #11
Phillies 12
, Dodgers 10 (10 Innings)
Game 33 - Late Friday Night, May 13th in Los Angeles
Record - 16-17, 2nd Place, 5 1/2 games behind the Mets

One Sentence Summary:  The Phillies battled throughout this game, ultimately winning in extras over the Dodgers, 12-10.

What It Means:  Somehow I managed to watch all of this game, witnessing the final out somewhere around 2:30am.  Unbelievably, the Phillies will go for a series win late tonight with Ranger Suarez on the mound.

What Happened:  At various points in this game, the Dodgers led 5-2, the score was tied 5-5, the Phillies were up 8-6, the scored was tied at 9-9 and the Phillies took the lead for good to win 12-10.  Kyle Gibson was perfect the first two innings and then imploded in the third, exiting having allowed six runs on eight hits.

There were a lot of big hits in this game from the Phillies offense, including a two-run home run from Kyle Schwarber in the fourth to tie the game at 5-5.  The Phillies pulled ahead in the sixth on an Alec Bohm sacrifice fly, followed by an RBI-double from Bryce Harper and an RBI-single from Nick Castellanos.  Harper added a solo home run, his eighth, in the eighth inning.

With the Phillies leading 9-7, Jeurys Familia attempted to secure the win in the bottom of the ninth, but Justin Turner hit a two-run home run to tie the game.  In the top of the 10th, Castellanos delivered again with a two-run double and in the bottom of the 10th, Francisco Morales worked out of trouble to notch his first big league save.

Featured Card:  Castellanos delivered the game-winning hit, but given my lack of his baseball cards in my collection, I'll go with Bryson Stott here.  Stott drove in three runs, including the game's first two runs in the second inning with an RBI-single to left.  Here's the newest card of his in my collection, a Topps Now offering from opening day.

Friday, May 13, 2022

Game 32 - Phils Hold On to Win Opener in L.A.

2022 Topps 1987 Topps
Chrome Silver Pack #T87C-71
Phillies 9
, Dodgers 7
Game 32 - Late Thursday Night, May 12th in Los Angeles
Record - 15-17, Tied for 2nd Place, 6 1/2 games behind the Mets

One Sentence Summary:  The Phillies bullpen nearly blew another game in which they had led by 7-1, but fortunately the Dodgers bullpen was shaky as well and the Phillies would ultimately win, 9-7.

What It Means:  The Phillies won the series opening game against the best team in baseball in their home ballpark, so that's something to be happy about.  I was preparing for a medical procedure on Friday morning so I was able to watch the entirety of this game, whether I wanted to or not.

What Happened:  The Phillies were up 7-1 after five and a half innings.  Bryce Harper hit a solo home run in the first and added an RBI-double in the fifth.  Three runs crossed in the second on a Kyle Schwarber RBI-single and a Johan Camargo two-run home run.  Jean Segura scored a head's up run in the fourth, tagging and scoring on a Camargo pop up to deep second base.  After the game was tied 7-7 (see below), the Phillies scored in the ninth on a Daniel Hudson wild pitch and a Harper sacrifice fly.

Zack Wheeler returned from the Covid list and provided 5+ innings, allowing three runs on six hits.  Jose Alvarado was the culprit out of the bullpen who couldn't hold a 7-3 lead.  Alvarado allowed four runs on five hits and a walk in the eighth inning and Andrew Bellatti was able to work out of a bases loaded mess to keep the score tied.  Closer Corey Knebel created some drama of his own by loading the bases in the ninth, with no outs, before retiring Austin Barnes, Cody Bellinger and Chris Taylor on three fly outs.  Knebel recorded his seventh save.

Featured Card:  Harper went 2 for 4 with 3 RBIs in this game, and he'll be settling in as the team's permanent DH for a bit longer.  Tests show he's partially torn his UCL, leaving him unable to throw and play the field.  As much as I'm a National League purist, the introduction of the permanent DH in the National League in 2022 is extremely fortuitous, considering that otherwise Harper would have been lost for the season because of his injury.

Transaction:  Wheeler (rhp) was activated from the Covid injured list and Bailey Falter (lhp) was optioned back to Lehigh Valley.

2022 Chachi #33 Jeff Singer


#73

Jeffrey Michael Singer
Relief Pitcher

Bats:  Left  Throws:  Left  Height:  6'0"  Weight:  200
Opening Day Age:  28
Born:  September 13, 1993, Philadelphia, PA
How Obtained:  Signed by the Phillies as a non-drafted free agent, October 15, 2015
Major League Teams:  N/A

Singer was recalled for one day, April 12th, and did not make it into the game.

First Phillies Minor League Card:  2017 Grandstand Clearwater Threshers #29
First Phillies Card:
  N/A
Newest Card Added:  2021 Choice Lehigh Valley IronPigs Update #30
Topps Flagship Set Appearances (0):  N/A

9 - Singer baseball cards in my collection per The Phillies Room Checklist as of 5/12/22.
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2022 Chachi #33

Photo by Matt Gelb, via Twitter.


2022 Chachi #32 Phillies Coaches / 2022 Chachi #34 James Norwood

2022 Chachi #14 Simon Muzziotti


#40

Simon Jose Muzziotti
Outfield

Bats:  Left  Throws:  Left  Height:  6'1"  Weight:  175
Opening Day Age:  23
Born:  December 27, 1998, Cumana, Venezuela
How Obtained:  Signed as a free agent formerly with the Boston Red Sox organization, July 5, 2016
Major League Teams:  Philadelphia Phillies 2022

First Phillies Minor League Card:  2018 Choice Lakewood BlueClaws
First Phillies Card:
  N/A
Newest Card Added:  2021 R-Phils Holiday #17
Topps Flagship Set Appearances (0):  N/A

6 - Muzziotti baseball cards in my collection per The Phillies Room Checklist as of 5/12/22.
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2022 Chachi #14


Thursday, May 12, 2022

Phillies at Dodgers: May 12th to May 15th

2022 Chachi 2000 Topps Missing Links #36
2000 Topps #264

Thursday, Friday and Saturday 10:10, Sunday 4:10

Dodger Stadium - Los Angeles, CA

At the Ballpark:  On Thursday night, the Dodgers are giving away a Max Muncy bobblehead, and there will be fireworks following the Friday night game.  On Saturday, the Dodgers are giving away yet another bobble head, this time for Dodgers' great Don Drysdale.

Phillies 14-17
Tied for 3rd Place in the N.L. East, 6 1/2 games behind the Mets

Phillies Probables
Zack Wheeler
Kyle Gibson
Ranger Suarez
Aaron Nola

Phillies Leaders
Average:  Alec Bohm - .311
Runs:  Bryce Harper - 24
Home Runs:  Kyle Schwarber - 7
RBIs:  Bryce Harper - 19
Stolen Bases:  Bryce Harper - 6

Wins:  Kyle Gibson and Ranger Suarez - 3
ERA:  Kyle Gibson - 2.94
Strikeouts:  Aaron Nola - 47
Saves:  Corey Knebel - 6
Dodgers 20-9
1st Place in the N.L. West, 1 1/2 games ahead of the Padres

Dodgers Probables
Tyler Anderson (3-0, 2.78)
Clayton Kershaw (4-0, 1.80)
Walker Buehler (4-1, 1.96)
Julio Urias (2-2, 2.10)

Dodgers Leaders
Average:  Freddie Freeman - .315
Runs:  Mookie Betts - 26
Home Runs:  Mookie Betts - 5
RBIs:  Trea Turner - 21
Stolen Bases:  Trea Turner - 5

Wins:  Walker Buehler and Clayton Kershaw - 4
ERA:  Clayton Kershaw - 1.80
Strikeouts:  Walker Buehler and Clayton Kershaw - 32
Saves:  Craig Kimbrel - 5

Game 31 - Hoskins Slams Phils to Victory

2021 Topps Big League #64
Phillies 4
, Mariners 2
Game 31 - Wednesday Afternoon, May 11th in Seattle
Record - 14-17, Tied for 3rd Place, 6 1/2 games behind the Mets

One Sentence Summary:  Rhys Hoskins hit a fourth inning grand slam as the Phillies escaped Seattle with a series win.

What It Means:  Winning two out of three in Seattle was great, and now the Phillies are tasked with taking on the Dodgers in a four-game set beginning late Thursday night.

What Happened:  With Zack Wheeler and Zach Eflin on the Covid-injured list, Bailey Falter was called upon for the spot start and he did well.  Falter threw exactly 65 pitches (his limit) in 4 2/3 innings, allowing a run on five hits while striking out four.  Seranthony Dominguez picked up the win with an inning and a third of scoreless relief, and Corey Knebel recorded the final four outs to notch his sixth save.

Featured Card:  All the Phillies needed was Hoskins' slam.  In the series, Hoskins was 6 for 13 (.462) with three home runs and seven RBIs.

Transaction:  Falter (lhp) was recalled prior to the game and Matt Vierling (of) was optioned down to Lehigh Valley.  In 23 games so far this season, Vierling is hitting just .170 (8 for 47) with a pair of doubles, raising his batting average from .189 to .222.  He's also hitting .289 so far in the month of May.

Wednesday, May 11, 2022

Game 30 - Phils Go Quietly Into the Night

2020 Chachi #31
Mariners 5
, Phillies 4
Game 30 - Late Tuesday Night, May 11th in Seattle
Record - 13-17, Tied for 3rd Place, 7 1/2 games behind the Mets

One Sentence Summary:  The Mariners didn't hit the ball hard, but they scored more runs than the Phillies in this 5-4 loss in Seattle.

What It Means:  After splitting the first two games of the series, the Phillies will go for the elusive series win on Wednesday afternoon.

What Happened:  The Mariners took advantage of bloop hits, softly hit singles and four Phillies errors in this frustrating loss.  Aaron Nola didn't pitch poorly, but he did allow nine hits and five runs (four earned) in his 5 1/3 innings of work.  Bryce Harper had a pair of doubles with Nick Castellenos, Rhys Hoskins and Jean Segura all hitting solo home runs.  Manager Joe Girardi was ejected in the second inning when third base umpire Bill Miller refused to review a play in which Mariners runner Adam Frazier was clearly out.

Featured Card:  Girardi, who took over as Phillies manager before the pandemic-shortened 2020 season, has managed 252 Phillies game and has yet to appear on a Phillies baseball card.  Topps has stopped featuring manager cards in its flagship sets, and managers haven't appeared in recent years in their Heritage sets either.  And with the Phillies not issuing photo cards over the past two seasons, Girardi doesn't even have a team-issued card to his name.  His Phillies-less streak should hopefully end soon when the Phillies finally release a 2022 photo card set, but for now here's his first Chachi card from that 2020 season.

2022 Chachi #19 Bailey Falter


#70
Bailey Falter
Relief Pitcher

Bats:  Right  Throws:  Left  Height:  6'3"  Weight:  205
Opening Day Age:  24
Born:  April 24, 1997, Chino Hills, CA
How Obtained:  Selected by Phillies in 5th round of June 2015 amateur player draft
Major League Teams:  Philadelphia Phillies 2021-

First Phillies Minor League Card:  2016 Choice Williamsport Crosscutters #9
First Phillies Card:
  2015 Bowman Draft #3
Newest Card Added:  2021 Choice Lehigh Valley IronPigs #10
Topps Flagship Set Appearances (0):  N/A

9 - Falter baseball cards in my collection per The Phillies Room Checklist as of 5/10/22.
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2017 Chachi BlueClaws Signing Autographs #2
2021 Chachi #39
2022 Chachi #19


Tuesday, May 10, 2022

Game 29 - Offense is Thankfully Sleepless in Seattle

2022 Topps Heritage #326
Phillies 9
, Mariners 0
Game 29 - Late Monday Night, May 9th in Seattle
Record - 13-16, Tied for 3rd Place, 6 1/2 games behind the Mets

One Sentence Summary:  The Phillies offense unloaded on Mariners' pitching, collecting 17 hits in this 9-0 shutout victory.

What It Means:  I wish I had been awake to see this?

What Happened:  These heavy offensive games were a regular occurrence for the Phillies back during their golden years of 2007 to 2011, but when they happen now it's a pleasant surprise.  Bryce Harper, Nick Castellanos and Rhys Hoskins all collected three hits a piece, with Jean Segura driving in three runs in his return to Seattle.  The Phillies got back-to-back home runs from Segura and Hoskins in the second to start the night's outburst.  J.T. Realmuto contributed two RBI-singles.

Ranger Suarez, Francisco Morales and James Norwood combined for the four-hit shutout against the Mariners.  Morales, making his major league debut, allowed a walk and struck out three in his first two innings in the big leagues.

Featured Card:  The Phillies need for Hoskins to get hot, and his three-hit night raised his season average 21 points from .189 to .210.  Here's his 2022 Topps Heritage card, which is a good representation of a card that could have been in the original 1973 Topps set.

2022 Chachi #22 Connor Brogdon


#75
Connor Michael Brogdon
Relief Pitcher

Bats:  Right  Throws:  Right  Height:  6'6"  Weight:  205
Opening Day Age:  27
Born:  January 29, 1995, Clovis, CA
How Obtained:  Selected by the Phillies in the 10th round of the June 2017 amateur player draft
Contract Status: Arbitration eligbile in 2024, free agency eligible in 2027
Major League Teams:  Philadelphia Phillies 2020-

First Phillies Minor League Card:  2017 Choice Williamsport Crosscutters #4
First Phillies Card:
  2021 Topps Update #US218
Newest Card Added:  2021 Topps Update #US218
Topps Flagship Set Appearances (1):  2021

5 - Brogdon baseball cards in my collection per The Phillies Room Checklist as of 5/9/22.
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2020 Chachi #39
2021 Chachi #22
2022 Chachi #22
2021 Topps Update #US218


Chachi #21 Cristopher Sanchez


#61
Cristopher Alexis Sanchez
Relief Pitcher

Bats:  Left  Throws:  Left  Height:  6'5"  Weight:  190
Opening Day Age:  25
Born:  December 12, 1996, La Romana, Dominican Republic
How Obtained:  Acquired from the Tampa Bay Rays for Curtis Mead, November 20, 2019
Major League Teams:  Philadelphia Phillies 2021-

First Phillies Minor League Card:  2021 Choice Lehigh Valley IronPigs #26
First Phillies Card:
  N/A
Newest Card Added:  2021 Choice Lehigh Valley IronPigs Update #29
Topps Flagship Set Appearances (0):  N/A

2 - Sanchez baseball cards in my collection per The Phillies Room Checklist as of 5/9/22.
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2020 Chachi New Additions #5
2021 Chachi #37
2021 Chachi #58 - Weird Game HL
2022 Chachi #21


Monday, May 9, 2022

Phillies at Mariners: May 9th to May 11th

2000 Topps Traded #T25
2000 Topps #379

Monday and Tuesday 9:40, Wednesday 3:40

T-Mobile Park - Seattle, WA

At the Ballpark:  Monday night is Bark at the Park at the ballpark formerly known as Safeco.

Phillies 12-16
4th Place in the N.L. East, 7 games behind the Mets

Phillies Probables
Ranger Suarez (2-1, 4.63)
TBD
Aaron Nola (1-3, 3.38)

Phillies Leaders
Average:  Alec Bohm - .312
Runs:  Bryce Harper - 21
Home Runs:  Kyle Schwarber - 7
RBIs:  Bryce Harper - 19
Stolen Bases:  Three tied with - 3

Wins:  Kyle Gibson - 3
ERA:  Kyle Gibson - 2.94
Strikeouts:  Aaron Nola - 41
Saves:  Corey Knebel - 5
Mariners 13-16
3rd Place in the A.L. West, 5 1/2 games behind the Angels

Mariners Probables
Chris Flexen (1-4, 3.10)
Robbie Ray (2-3, 4.38)
Logan Gilbert (4-0, 1.36)

Mariners Leaders
Average:  J.P. Crawford - .340
Runs:  Adam Frazier - 16
Home Runs:  Eugenio Suarez - 6
RBIs:  Ty France - 22
Stolen Bases:  Julio Rodriguez - 10

Wins:  Logan Gilbert - 4
ERA:  Logan Gilbert - 1.36
Strikeouts:  Logan Gilbert - 33
Saves:  Three tied with - 1

Game 28 - Mother's Day Sweep Falls Short

2022 Topps Phillies #PHI-5
Mets 6
, Phillies 1 (Game 2)
Game 28 - Sunday Afternoon, May 8th in Philadelphia
Record - 12-16, 4th Place, 7 games behind the Mets

One Sentence Summary:  The Mets easily handled the Phillies in this sparsely attended Mother's Day matinee.

What It Means:  Honestly, I have no idea.  We were enjoying Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness at the movie theater and almost completely missed this game.  Turns out we didn't miss much.

What Happened:  Cristopher Sanchez received the spot start, and gave up a pair of runs on a first inning home run to Pete Alonso.  Alonso connected again for a three-run home run off reliever Nick Nelson in the fifth inning.  The Phillies' only run came on Jean Seguara's 100th career home run, hit in the second inning off Mets' starter Chris Bassitt.

Featured Card:  Congrats are in order for Segura, who provided the sole Phillies highlight from this game.  The Phillies passed along a note that there are now five active players with 100 home runs, 225 doubles and 45 triples:  Jean Segura, Mike Trout, Andrew McCutchen, Charlie Blackmon and Starling Marte.

Game 27 - Phils Win First Game of Twinbill

2022 Topps Heritage #245
Phillies 3
, Mets 2 (Game 1)
Game 27 - Sunday Afternoon, May 8th in Philadelphia
Record - 12-15

One Sentence Summary:  In a game the Phillies almost had to win, they held on to defeat the Mets, 3-2.

What It Means:  Both Friday and Saturday's games with the Mets were washed out due to heavy rain in the area.  Friday's game will be made up as part of a double header later in August, and the two teams played a double header on Sunday to make up Saturday's game.

What Happened:  Kyle Gibson turned in another solid start, earning the win with six innings of six-hit, two run ball.  Seranthony Dominguez, Jose Alvarado and Corey Knebel shut the Mets down over the final three innings with a combined seven strikeouts.  Bryce Harper hit a solo home run in the first off Mets' starter Max Scherzer and added an RBI-single in the third.  Bryson Stott singled home Jean Segura with what turned out to be an important insurance run in the fourth.

Featured Card:  Here's Harper's 1973 Topps-inspired Topps Heritage card from this year's release.

Transactions:  In a series of transactions all announced separately, the Phillies on Saturday placed Didi Gregorius (ss) on the injured list with a left knee sprain and recalled Bryson Stott (ss).  Then on Sunday, Zach Eflin (rhp) landed on the Covid injured list with Francisco Morales (rhp) getting recalled.  Cristopher Sanchez (lhp) was added as the 27th man for the double header.  Finally, Zack Wheeler (rhp) also landed on the Covid injured list with Connor Brogdon (rhp) getting recalled.

Sunday, May 8, 2022

2022 Chachi #28 Corey Knebel


#23

Corey Andrew Knebel
Relief Pitcher

Bats:  Right  Throws:  Right  Height:  6'3"  Weight:  224
Opening Day Age:  30
Born:  November 26, 1991, Denton, TX
How Obtained:  Signed as a free agent formerly with the Los Angeles Dodgers, December 1, 2021
Contract Status:  Signed through 2022
Major League Teams:  Detroit Tigers 2014; Milwaukee Brewers 2015-2018, 2020; Los Angeles Dodgers 2021; Philadelphia Phillies 2022

First Phillies Card:
  N/A
Newest Card Added:  N/A
Topps Flagship Set Appearances (5):  2016-2019, 2021

0 - Knebel baseball cards in my collection per The Phillies Room Checklist as of 5/6/22.
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2022 Chachi New Additions #8
2022 Chachi #28
2016 Topps #517
2017 Topps #646
2018 Topps #214
2019 Topps #554
2021 Topps Update #US225


2022 Chachi #29 Joe Girardi MG


#25
Joseph Elliott Girardi
Manager

Bats:  Right  Throws:  Right  Height:  5'11"  Weight:  195
Opening Day Age:  57
Born:  October 14, 1964, Peoria, IL
Contract Status:  Signed through 2022 with a club option for 2023
Major League Teams:  Chicago Cubs 1989-1992; Colorado Rockies 1994-1995; New York Yankees 1996-1999; Chicago Cubs 2000-2002; St. Louis Cardinals 2003
As a Coach:  New York Yankees 2005
As a Manager:  Florida Marlins 2006; New York Yankees 2008-2017; Philadelphia Phillies 2020-

First Phillies Card:
  N/A
Newest Card Added:  2020 Topps Allen & Ginter Field Generals #FG-6
Topps Flagship Set Appearances (16):  1990-1998, 2000-2003, 2008-2010

1 - Girardi baseball card in my collection per The Phillies Room Checklist as of 5/7/22.

1990 Topps #12
1993 Topps #425
1997 Topps #291
2003 Topps #521
2009 Topps #555


2022 Chachi #28 Corey Knebel / 2022 Chachi #30 Phillies Coaches

Saturday, May 7, 2022

2022 Chachi #36 Odubel Herrera


#37
Odubel David Herrera
Outfield

Bats:  Left  Throws:  Right  Height:  5'11"  Weight:  220
Opening Day Age:  29
Born:  December 29, 1991, San Jose, Venezuela
How Obtained:  Selected from the Texas Rangers in the rule 5 draft, December 11, 2014
Contract Status:  Signed through 2022
Major League Teams:  Philadelphia Phillies 2015-2019, 2021-

First Phillies Minor League Card:  2018 Reading Phillies Rehab Series #17
First Phillies Card:  2015 Phillies Team Issue #37
Newest Card Added:  2022 Topps Phillies #PHI-12
Topps Flagship Set Appearances (5):  2015-2019

91 - Herrera baseball cards in my collection per The Phillies Room Checklist as of 5/6/22.
2015 Topps #687
2016 Topps #68
2017 Topps #612
2018 Topps #203
2019 Topps #224


2022 Chachi #37 Roman Quinn


#24
Roman Tredarian Quinn
Outfield

Bats:  Switch  Throws:  Right  Height:  5'10"  Weight:  175
Opening Day Age:  28
Born:  May 14, 1993, Port St. Joe, FL
How Obtained:  Signed as a free agent formerly with the Miami Marlins, April 9, 2022
Contract Status:  Arbitration eligible in 2023, free agency eligible in 2025
Major League Teams:  Philadelphia Phillies 2016, 2018-2021, 2022

First Phillies Minor League Card:  2012 Choice Williamsport Crosscutters #24
First Phillies Card:
  2013 Bowman Prospects #BP95
Newest Card Added:  2021 Topps Big League #260
Topps Flagship Set Appearances (4):  2017, 2019-2021

75 - Quinn baseball cards in my collection per The Phillies Room Checklist as of 5/6/22.
2017 Topps #498
2019 Topps #430
2020 Topps #256
2021 Topps #79


2022 Chachi #36 Odubel Herrera / 2022 Chachi #38 Franciso Morales

2022 Chachi #27 Brad Hand


#52

Bradley Richard Hand
Relief Pitcher

Bats:  Left  Throws:  Left  Height:  6'3"  Weight:  224
Opening Day Age:  32
Born:  March 20, 1990, Minneapolis, MN
How Obtained:  Signed as a free agent formerly with the New York Mets, March 15, 2022
Contract Status:  Signed through 2022
Major League Teams:  Florida Marlins 2011; Miami Marlins 2012-2015; San Diego Padres 2016-2018; Cleveland Indians 2018-2020; Washington Nationals 2021; New York Mets 2021; Philadelphia Phillies 2022

First Phillies Card:
  N/A
Newest Card Added:  N/A
Topps Flagship Set Appearances (6):  2011, 2017-2021

0 - Hand baseball cards in my collection per The Phillies Room Checklist as of 5/6/22.
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2022 Chachi New Additions #11
2022 Chachi #27
2011 Topps Update #US282
2017 Topps Update #US196
2019 Topps #368
2020 Topps #101
2021 Topps Update #US89