Edmundo Sosa hit a grand slam on Saturday for the Phillies to tie the game up at 5-5.

On Sunday it was Kody Clemens who went yard with the bases packed to tie the game up at 5-5 against the Pittsburgh Pirates down in Bradenton.

Who gets the Phillies' final roster spot?

Clemens is an interesting name to continue to watch for the Phillies' final roster spot.

At the time of this writing, Clemens is hitting .412 with a .524 on-base percentage. Clemens is an interesting name because of his positional versatility, he has played first, second, third, and some outfield.

If the Phillies want to keep another left-handed bat, they could choose between Clemens, David Dahl, or Jake Cave. Dahl and Cave both play the outfield, Cave did play 17 games at first base in 2023.

Clemens of course played in 47 games with the Phillies in 2023 with Rhys Hoskins and Bryce Harper both dealing with injury, hitting .230 with 14 home runs and 13 RBI.  He came over from Detroit in the trade with Gregory Soto from the Tigers for Matt Vierling, Nick Maton, and Donny Sands.

Dahl is another interesting name to keep an eye on for the final spot on the roster.  The 2019 All-Star is hitting .250 this Spring with two homers and five RBI in eight Grapefruit League games. In six games this Spring, Cave is hitting .286 in 14 at-bats.

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