The Phillies will try to make it eight straight wins for the first time since 1991 when they close out their series tonight with Barry Bonds and the San Francisco Giants.
Barry Bonds is still in search of a home run to close the gap on Babe Ruth's mark of 714, but has managed only one hit in three games.
The Phils are on a roll, having climbed to 16-14 on the wings of seven-straight wins.
Jon Lieber (1-4, 6.87 ERA) gets the ball for the good guys. He'll be opposed by Matt Morris (2-2, 5.18 ERA).
This is the last time the Phillies face the Giants at home this season, and it is expected to be Bonds' final visit to the city of brotherly love, where he has hit 58 career home runs. The Phils face the Giants in San Francisco later on in July.