The next game in a series between Philadelphia and Cincinnati gets underway on Wednesday night at the Great American Ball Park with a 7:10 PM Eastern time first pitch. Right-handed starter Jerad Eickhoff will be on the mound for the Phillies. He had an 11-14 season with a 3.65 ERA in 2016. He also racked up 19 strikeouts in his last three starts. Lefty Brandon Finnegan will get the start for the Reds, who's trying to build on his 10-11 season and nearly had a 3.98 ERA in 2016. Here are the starting lineups for both teams.

Phillies (1-0, 2nd NL East)

  • 1: Cesar Hernandez (S) - second baseman
  • 2: Howie Kendrick (R) - left fielder
  • 3: Odubel Herrera (L) - center fielder
  • 4: Maikel Franco (R) - third baseman
  • 5: Tommy Joseph (R) - first baseman
  • 6: Aaron Altherr (R) - right fielder
  • 7: Cameron Rupp (R) - catcher
  • 8: Freddy Galvis (S) - shortstop
  • 9: Jerad Eickhoff (R) - pitcher

Michael Saunders has been replaced by Aaron Altherr at right field. Altherr had a .197 batting average in 57 games with the Phillies last season. Saunders went 1-for-4 on his at-bats in the season opener and also picked up an RBI. Joseph moves up to fifth and Altherr gets slotted into the sixth spot. Kendrick had the best outing of the bunch on opening day with three hits in five at-bats.

Reds (0-1, 4th NL Central)

  • 1: Billy Hamilton (S) - center fielder
  • 2: Jose Peraza (R) - second baseman
  • 3: Joey Votto (L) - first baseman
  • 4: Adam Duvall (R) - left fielder
  • 5: Eugenio Suarez (R) - third baseman
  • 6: Scott Schebler (L) - right fielder
  • 7: Zack Cozart (R) - shortstop
  • 8: Tucker Barnhart (S) - catcher
  • 9: Brandon Finnegan (L) - pitcher

The order will remain the same as it did on opening day.

The Reds' collection put in nine hits and three RBIs while only striking out six times. Peraza was the only player that recorded multiple hits. Scooter Gennett drilled a two-run homer as a pinch hitter for the pitcher's spot late in the game. Hamilton was the other player that brought in a run and he recorded a triple. Both Peraza and Votto were two players that hit into a double play.