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Brandon Marsh

Brandon Marsh

AVG
.326
HR
4
RBI
9
R
7
Bio
Height/Weight: 6' 4"/215 lbs
Bat: L
Throw: R
Born: Buford, Georgia
Draft: 2016 2nd round by the
  • Delaware Online | The News Journal

    City DisConnect: Phillies have a Johan Rojas problem. Why sending him to minors won’t help

    'Happy people hit better', and how that's impacting Phillies' situation with Johan Rojas.

  • Billy Penn at WHYY

    Phillies Brandon Marsh shows a struggling offense the way

    Why is Kyle Schwarber hitting more singles than homers? Why is Nick Castellanos not hitting at all? The Phillies are a free-swinging team, unburdened by the clatter of over-analysis or an abundance of caution in the box. Castellanos seems to be trying to overcorrect his penchant for those balls four inches off the plate, and pitchers have learned how to sneak a strike call on him by taking advantage of his newfound restraint.

  • Saturday Tradition

    “Dudes and Dogs” Get the Phillies Back into the Slug Life against the Pirates

    We are just 13 games into the season, but one Phillie is tied for sixth in all of baseball in home runs, is averaging a home run once every 9.75 at bats (third in the national league, sixth in the majors), is hitting .333 and has an OPS of .998. No, it's not Bryce Harper. Nor is it Kyle Schwarber. Or Trea Turner. Or J.T. Realmuto. Or Nick Castellanos. Nope, it's none of those handsomely-paid stars who are expected to put up sick numbers. Instead, it's Brandon Marsh. You know, the guy who gets pulled out of the lineup regularly against lefties. The guy who was bumped to a corner outfield spot for Johan Rojas. The guy who usually bats eighth in the lineup (even though for the past few games he's