The Phillies opened the Grapefruit League season on Saturday with a lineup filled with a few regulars, but mostly with guys who aren't expected to have major roles in 2024. Other than recent free agent addition Whit Merrifield and center fielder Johan Rojas, the lineup in Deunedin was filled with roster hopefuls.

One of the big highlights from Saturday's game with Rojas, who went 2-4 with a triple, driving in three runs.

Plenty of Phillies fans and observers have been waiting to see what a lineup with regulars would look like, and maybe it can give some insight into what the opening day lineup could look like. On Sunday, the team is at home in Clearwater, with an interesting lineup that will surely spark plenty of debate and discussion.

The team has Trea Turner leading off and Kyle Schwarber hitting in the cleanup spot.

Other regulars include Bryson Stott and Nick Castellanos hitting No. 2 and 4 respectively.

We know Bryce Harper will hit third, but is Rob Thomson thinking of using Turner in the leadoff spot and Stott in the No. 2 hole?

It will be something to watch throughout Spring Training games.

Philadelphia Phillies Notes

• The Phillies added veteran catcher Cam Gallagher, signing him to a minor league contract with an invitation to major league spring training as a non-roster invitee. The 31-year-old started the 2023 season on the Cleveland Guardians roster.

Gallagher has hit .211 (119-563) with 33 doubles, seven home runs, and 46 runs batted in in 227 MLB games.

He could provide some competition for the backup catcher role for Garrett Stubbs.

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