Five more runs and another win leads to a pretty similar lineup.
Manager Pete Mackanin put out the identical lineup to the one he trotted out during the first two wins in the Atlanta series with one exception. Carlos Ruiz starts at catcher in a day game after a night game, giving Cameron Rupp the day off.
The Phillies will face a rookie starter in Tyrell Jenkins. The Braves prospect has made four appearances in the majors, all in relief. He's thrown as many as four innings and 58 pitches out of the bullpen, but he will still be on a pitch limit during the Wednesday matinee.
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Jenkins will face one of the hottest offenses in baseball. Over the last 14 days, the Phillies sport a .315 batting average, second in baseball to the Boston Red Sox. Fresh off being named to his first All Star team, Odubel Herrera will lead off in center field. His 43 walks are eighth in the National League.
Peter Bourjos carries a 14-game hitting streak into Wednesday and will bat second. Cody Asche bats third after a home run on Tuesday. Maikel Franco bats fourth after racking up 18 hits, including four homers, in his last 11 games. His slugging percentage is the highest its been since May 10.
Here's the full lineup that will take on Atlanta.
1. Odubel Herrera, CF
2. Peter Bourjos, RF
3. Cody Asche, LF
4. Maikel Franco, 3B
5. Carlos Ruiz, C
6. Tommy Joseph, 1B
7. Freddy Galvis, SS
8. Cesar Hernandez, 2B
9. Jeremy Hellickson, P