With less than two weeks left to go in the season,  the Phillies bullpen just took a hit, losing veteran right-hander Archie Bradley to a strained oblique.

Bradley was placed on the 10-day I.L. retro to Sept 24.

The 29-year-old righty has been solid this season with a 3.71 ERA and two saves in 51 innings (53 appearances) this season.

To take his place, the Phillies purchased the contract of lefty Kyle Dohy from Triple-A Lehigh Valley.

The 25-year old has a 2.95 ERA with 65 strikeouts across 42.2 innings between Double-A Reading and Triple-A Lehigh Valley this season.

The team is also expected to have Connor Brogdon rejoin the bullpen on Tuesday.

The team also transferred lefty Matt Moore to the 60-day I.L. ending his season.

One pitcher to keep an eye on is prospect Hans Crouse, who was acquired along with Kyle Gibson and Ian Kennedy in the trade for Spencer Howard.

As Matt Gelb of the Athletic points out, Crouse was spotted at Citizens Bank Park before Saturday's tilt with the Pirates.

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