Kyle Schwarber broke an 0-for-9 start to spring training with his first home run (and hit) as a member of the Phillies. The ball snuck over the fencing in right field and landed in the Berm over at BayCare Ballpark.
Schwarber wasn’t the first new Phillies signee to hit a home run in Monday’s game against the Orioles. Nick Castellanos crushed a pitch to the tiki bar in left field for a two-run shot in the first inning.
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