Game 102 lineups: Nats at Phillies

As if there hasn't been enough drama already today, there's still another ballgame to be played in Philadelphia!

The Nationals and Phillies face off one more time, with another scheduled seven-inning game. And with a big line of thunderstorms bearing down on the area at some point later this afternoon, it may be a good thing the game is only scheduled for seven innings.

Patrick Corbin gets the start, one day after he was originally supposed to pitch. The left-hander may be hours away from becoming the Nats' de facto No. 1 starter, even if he hasn't pitched like one this season. No matter what else happens the rest of this year, a strong finish by Corbin would be quite big for him and the club.

Thumbnail image for Barrera-Throws-Red-Sidebar.jpgThe lineup has a few changes from the opener, including the return of Tres Barrera. Though he officially was optioned to Triple-A Rochester last night, Barrera was called back up to serve as the 27th man for the doubleheader game, so he's in the lineup catching Corbin this afternoon.

Where: Citizens Bank Park
Gametime: 2:50 p.m. EDT
Radio: 106.7 FM,
Weather: Thunderstorms late, 80 degrees, wind 9 mph out to center field

SS Alcides Escobar
RF Juan Soto
1B Ryan Zimmerman
2B Josh Harrison
LF Yadiel Hernandez
C Tres Barrera
3B Carter Kieboom
CF Andrew Stevenson
LHP Patrick Corbin

2B Jean Segura
1B Rhys Hoskins
RF Bryce Harper
LF Andrew McCutchen
3B Alec Bohm
SS Ronald Torreyes
CF Luke Williams
C Rafael Marchan
LHP Cristopher Sánchez

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