On Sunday Night Baseball, both Phillies fans and the organization were concerned to see Outfielder Brandon Marsh start limping after he reached second base. As the player affectionately known as "Brother Marsh" was helped off the field, everyone started to wonder how long he would be missing.

On Monday afternoon, the Phillies organization at least gave a short-term answer to Brandon Marsh's status moving forward. The organization placed the Outfielder on the 10-day Injured List with what they are calling a Right Hamstring Strain.

For context on how long the Phillies could be without Marsh, the organization placed Trea Turner on the Injured List on May 4th. The Phillies have not given a timetable for Turner's return from a left Hamstring Injury and his original timetable was six to ten weeks. If we use that as a reference for Marsh's future, he would be unavailable until after the July 16th MLB All-Star Game.

Who Will Take Brandon Marsh's spot on the Phillies Roster?

To take Brandon Marsh's place on the roster, the organization called up Outfield David Dahl, who is in the Phillies lineup playing Left Field on Monday Night. Dahl was selected to the 2019 All-Star Team when he played for the Colorado Rockies. In 43 games at Triple-A Lehigh Valley, David Dahl had a .340 Batting Average with 12 Home Runs and a .660 Slugging Percentage.

Philadelphia Phillies David Dahl
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Due to Injuries, Dahl has not played more than 63 games since the 2019 MLB season. The Phillies have been playing Brandon Marsh as part of a platoon that had the Left Fielder alternating between Marsh and Merrifield most of the 2024 season, so one can expect the same for Dahl who is also a Left-Handed Hitter like "Brother Marsh".

The Phillies had to make two more roster moves on Monday due to Injuries after Kody Clemens was a late scratch from the starting lineup before Sunday Night Baseball. Clemens was also placed on the 10-day Injured List, retroactive to May 31st, with low back spasms.

Clemens appeared in 17 games for the Phillies this season with Three Starts at Second Base, Two Starts at Third Base, and One Start at First Base. Clemens versatility made him very valuable along with his bat, hitting Three Home Runs and 10 RBI in 41 Plate Appearances.

Taking Kody Clemens' place on the roster will be Utility Player Weston Wilson. Playing primarily Third Base and Shortstop in Triple-A this season, Wilson has the most RBI of any player for Lehigh Valley with 35 in 51 games played.

How Does Weston Wilson's Call-Up impact the Phillies moving forward?

Because Weston Wilson can play all four Infield Positions along with both corner Outfield Positions, he becomes a viable replacement for Clemens over the next couple weeks.  Wilson is also a Right-Handed Hitter and I wonder if he will cut into Whit Merrifield's playing time. Merrifield has really struggled this year for the Phillies while Wilson has shown himself to be a productive hitter at Triple-A.

The Phillies are scheduled to face two right-handed pitchers this week during their 3-game series against the Milwaukee Brewers. It will be interesting to see if Whit Merrifield or Weston Wilson start in Left Field when the Phillies play the New York Mets in London.

Philadelphia Phillies Weston Wilson
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This weekend, the Mets have two Left-Handed Pitchers scheduled and this season, the Phillies have benched Brandon Marsh in almost every game against a Left-Handed Starting Pitcher.

Including Monday Night's game against the Brewers, the Phillies have 13 games at Citizens Bank Park in the month of June.  If you have been thinking about going to a Phillies Home Game this Summer, here is a breakdown of the 2024 Phillies Theme Nights and Giveaways this season.

Complete Guide to Phillies 2024 Season Theme Nights

The Philadelphia Phillies home games schedule so about so much more than just the field play. The folks at Citizens Bank Park are bringing the fun with some awesome theme nights this 2024 season. We've put together your ultimate guide!

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