Phillies' lineup for today's first home game of spring training


Aaron Nola is on the hill and at least two of the Phillies’ projected starting position players are in the lineup for Monday afternoon’s game against the Orioles, the Phils’ first home game of spring training.

Here’s the lineup for the 1:05 p.m. game, which you can watch live on NBC Sports Philadelphia+.

1. Andrew McCutchen, LF

2. Jean Segura, 2B

3. Andrew Knapp, C

4. Brad Miller, 1B

5. Roman Quinn, CF

6. Matt Joyce, RF

7. Nick Maton, SS

8. Ronald Torreyes, 3B

9. Rodolfo Duran, DH

Aaron Nola, RHP

Knapp and Miller should see a decent amount of plate appearances in spring training as J.T. Realmuto (small fracture in right thumb) and Rhys Hoskins (offseason elbow surgery) progress.

Quinn gets the nod in center field a day after Adam Haseley started there and homered. Scott Kingery, who will also be part of the Phils’ center field battle, played Sunday at second base.

Joyce is another interesting bat to monitor in camp. He joined the Phillies on a minor-league deal but seems likely to make the team as a much-needed bench bat. Over the last five seasons, Joyce has a .367 on-base percentage as a pinch-hitter and an .818 OPS against right-handed pitchers.

Available off the bench for the Phils Monday are:

C Logan O’Hoppe

C Edgar Cabral

INF Bryson Stott

INF C.J. Chatham

SS Luis Garcia

3B Luke Williams

OF Travis Jankowski

OF Johan Rojas

OF Jhailyn Ortiz

OF Mickey Moniak

Check out the Phillies' full spring training TV schedule

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