The Philadelphia Phillies concluded their series against the White Sox Sunday afternoon, looking to take the series and get back on track before heading out west.
Prior to the game, the organization honored the 2009 NL Pennant winning team with a ceremony on the field, which concluded with Pedro Martínez throwing out a ceremonial first pitch.
Drew Smyly got the start, but a tough second inning told the tale in this one. The Phillies fell to the White Sox 10-5, losing the series. They’ll head to Arizona to take on the Diamondbacks to open up their seven-game road trip.