Aaron Nola was dominant in a start against the New York Yankees but the Phillies lost to Yankees 3-1 when the bullpen blew it after he left the game.
The Philadelphia Phillies season was delayed by COVID19, and then delayed again by...COVID19. They finally resumed this week against the New York Yankees.
Earlier this month the Philadelphia Phillies family had to say goodbye to another member, longtime player and coach and Phillies Wall of Famer Tony Taylor.
The Philadelphia Phillies are set to open up a 2020 MLB season that should prove to be the most unusual in the 138-year history of the franchise.
As the Phillies prepare to open the COVID-delayed 2020 MLB season fans should prepare themselves for a different kind of TV and radio broadcast.