According to Chris Branch of the Wilmington News Journal, Phillies pitcher B.J. Rosenberg will make his first major league start tomorrow night in the Phillies' against the Washington Nationals. Rosenberg has pitched exclusively as a reliever for the big club, though after being sent back to AAA earlier this season Rosenberg made some starts.
The Phillies shut down starter Tyler Cloyd, who was fatigued. Lehigh Valley Iron Pigs starter Tyson Brummett was called to the big club to add depth for tomorrow's game and will be available in the bullpen should the team need him.
The Phillies need one more win to have a winning season, climbing back after being many games below the .500 mark. The Washington Nationals clinched the National League East crown tonight, so they may choose to rest some key players these next two games.