Former Phillies pitcher Roy Oswalt was on the mound again.

Oswalt, who pitched for the Phillies during the 2010-2011 seasons, was on the mound for the Savannah Bananas baseball team.

The game was played at Houston's Minute Maid Park where Oswalt spent 10 seasons, pitching for the Astros.

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The Phillies traded three playersAnthony Gose, J.A. Happ, and Jonathan Villar to obtain Oswalt during the 2010 season.  After coming over from Houston, Oswalt went 7-1 with a 1.74 ERA in 13 games with Philadelphia.  In 2011, he was 9-10 with a 3.74 ERA in 23 games. 

He was known for his devastating 12-6 style of curveball, which he still has in 2024.

Oswalt struck out a batter, giving up a hit and an unearned run.

Oswalt wasn't the only former Major Leaguer to take the mound for the Bananas.

Seven-time Cy Young Award winner Rogers Clemens, 61, also took the ball for the Bananas. Clemens pitched 24 seasons in Major League Baseball with the Boston Red Sox, Toronto Blue Jays, New York Yankees, and Houston Astors.

The team has had other former Phillies take the field during their existence including Jonathan Papelbon and Shane Victorino.

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The team played in Trenton last season and will play at Citizens Bank Park on September 21, 2024 against the Party Animals.

"Banana Ball" as they call it has a unique set of rules, which include a two-hour time limit on games, no bunting, batters are not allowed to step out of the batter's box, no mound visits are allowed, walks are now called sprints, and foul balls caught by fans are counted as outs!

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