Former Phillies outfielder Aaron Altherr went deep in a Koreana Baseball Organization game today, against former Phillies pitcher Ben Lively this morning.

Altherr became a fan favorite of Phillies fans during the 2017 season, hitting .272 with 19 homers and 63 RBI in 107 games, but a broken wrist derailed his career since.

After hitting .181 with 8 homers and 38 RBI for the Phillies in 2018, he went just 5-for-61 (.082) for three teams last season, including the Mets and Giants.

Lively moved to the KBO this past August after posting a 4.48 ERA between the Triple-A affiliates of the Royals and Diamondbacks.

Altherr a member of the NC Dinos, who beat the Samsung Lions 4-3 earlier this morning.

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