Sunday's game against the Mets will be the Phillies' last one of 2017 and Pete Mackanin's last one as manager of the team.
After a late-season surge pulled the Phillies close to .500 in the second half (36-38), the organization decided to part ways Friday with the 66-year-old Mackanin. Now, the Phillies will be playing for pride and their manager in the 2017 season finale.
Nick Pivetta (7-10, 6.26) will be leading the Phils on the mound in the series rubber match.
J.P. Crawford, playing shortstop, moves to the back of the lineup after batting second Saturday, while Odubel Herrera will move up and bat second.
Rhys Hoskins, Nick Williams and Aaron Altherr all dot the lineup Sunday as the Phils could be giving a glimpse of what the 2018 lineup could look like.
The only young star not playing is Jorge Alfaro, who caught last night's game. Andrew Knapp gets the nod Sunday to catch Pivetta.
Tommy Joseph and Freddy Galvis are not in the lineup.
The Phillies will face Noah Syndergaard (1-2, 3.18), who will throw only 20-25 pitches in his second start after missing most of the season with a lat muscle injury.
Both teams' lineups for the season finale can be found below:
1. Cesar Hernandez, 2B
2. Odubel Herrera, CF
3. Aaron Altherr, LF
4. Rhys Hoskins, 1B
5. Nick Williams, RF
6. Maikel Franco, 3B
7. Andrew Knapp, C
8. J.P. Crawford, SS
9. Nick Pivetta, SP
1. Nori Aoki, RF
2. Phillip Evans, 3B
3. Brandon Nimmo, CF
4. Dominic Smith, 1B
5. Tomas Nido, C
6. Amed Rosario, SS
7. Matt Reynolds, LF
8. Gavin Cecchini, 2B
9. Noah Syndergaard, SP