Enyel De Los Santos, the right-handed pitcher the Phillies received from San Diego in exchange for Freddy Galvis, will make his major league debut tonight at Citi Field in the third game of a four-game set against the Mets.
Coincidentally, Mets starter Drew Gagnon will be making his major league debut tonight also. Here is an interesting nugget from Chris Ware, Manager of Baseball Communications for the Phils.
Enyel De Los Santos will be the first Phillies SP to make his major league debut against another SP making his ML debut since September 25, 1944 (Charlie Ripple).— Chris Ware (@cwarephils) July 10, 2018
For those not familiar with De Los Santos, the 6’3, 170 lbs. Dominican right-hander sits comfortably in the mid-90s with his fastball. His offspeed stuff consists of a changeup and curveball with the change being the better of the two.
And your lineup for tonight’s contest.
Here's our lineup tonight for the major league debut of Enyel De Los Santos. #BeBold— Philadelphia Phillies (@Phillies) July 10, 2018
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