Kevin Correia (6-7, 4.34 ERA) vs. Cole Hamels (5-5, 4.72 ERA)
Time: 7:05 p.m at Citizens Bank Park
Weather: Cloudy, 76
Twitter: Phillies Nation
The Padres are in town for one night to make up April 20th’s game. The Phillies might be catching a break. The Padres were 9-4 and the Phillies were 5-6 on the date the game was originally scheduled. Now, the Padres are well below .500 and the Phillies are in the midst of a hot streak.
Cole Hamels’ last outing was cut short due to a rain delay, forcing him to leave after five innings. Hamels loves facing the team he grew up rooting for. In six starts, he is 2-1 with a 3.25 ERA against the Padres.
Kevin Correia leads the Padres with 11 quality starts. He has allowed three runs or fewer in 15 of 19 starts. He lost to the Phillies in June after being roughed up for four runs on 10 hits in 4.1 innings.
Your Gameday Beer – Great Divide Wild Raspberry Ale
During the summer raspberries are in season – an excuse to try one of these 5.6% brews. As expected it’s sweet, tart and fruity but not exactly an authentic framboise. It has a dark amber appearance which gives the beer a base for the flavors of red and black raspberries. It has a lot of carbonation so be prepared. Pair it with spicy Mexican food. – By Brian