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The Philadelphia Phillies are heading home to face the Miami Marlins in a best-of-three National League Wild Card Series starting Tuesday.
All games will be held at Citizens Bank Park.
The MLB released the following schedule on Sunday night:
Game 1: Tuesday, Oct. 3 at 8:08 p.m. on ESPN
Game 2: Wednesday, Oct. 4 at 8:08 p.m. on ESPN
Game 3: Thursday, Oct. 5 at 8:08 p.m. on ESPN (If needed)
Meanwhile, the Phillies released the following fan schedule for Tuesday:
10 a.m. – New Era Phillies Team Store opens until 4:30 p.m. (entrance on Citizens Bank Way)
5 p.m. – Phillies Postseason Block Party on Citizens Bank Way (no game ticket required)
5:38 p.m. – All gates open. Postseason rally towels for all fans, compliments of Hatfield Quality Meats and Herr’s
7:30 p.m. – Be in your seats for the on-field festivities surrounding the introduction of the Phillies and Marlins
8:08 p.m. – Phillies vs. Marlins game begins
7th Inning – “God Bless America”: Sung by Jillian Patricia Pirtle from the Marian Anderson Museum & Historical Society
“They’re a good team, they’ve got a good staff, they’ve got a lot of good hitters in the lineups,” Marlins infielder Jon Berti said of the Phillies. “We’ve played them tough this year, though. It should be a good fight.”
Third baseman Alec Bohm hit a tiebreaking homer in the sixth inning on Sunday, sending the playoff-bound Phillies to a 9-1 victory in Buck Showalter’s final game as New York Mets manager.
Brandon Marsh homered and finished with four RBIs for the Phillies (90-72), who won four more games than a season ago when they qualified as the final wild card in the NL before reaching the World Series. Bryson Stott, Johan Rojas, and Garrett Stubbs each had RBI hits, and Bohm also had a sacrifice fly.
The Marlins are headed to the postseason for the first time since qualifying for the expanded playoffs during the pandemic-shortened 2020 season. Miami hasn’t appeared in the postseason during a full season since 2003 when they upset the New York Yankees to win the World Series.