Rhys Hoskins out for the MLB season with ACL injury
Phillies first baseman Rhys Hoskins will miss the entire 2023 MLB season after tearing his ACL fielding a ground ball.

Philadelphia Phillies first baseman Rhys Hoskins to miss the entire 2023 baseball season after tearing his ACL in fielding a ground ball.

The Phillies have been hampered with injuries after Bryce Harper underwent Tommy John surgery in November and is not expected back until around the All-Star break.

Hoskins was drafted by the Phillies in the fifth round of the 2014 MLB draft. He spent several years in the minor leagues before making his major league debut with the Phillies in August 2017. In just 50 games that season, he hit an impressive 18 home runs and had 48 RBIs.

Hoskins has since established himself as a key player for the Phillies. He is known for his power hitting and ability to draw walks, and he has consistently hit over 20 home runs and driven in over 70 RBIs in each of his first five full seasons in the major leagues.

Off the field, Hoskins is known for his charitable work. He has been actively involved in the Phillies’ charitable organization, the Phillies Charities, and has also been a strong advocate for childhood cancer research.

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Rhys Hoskins projections 2023 before his injury


What are Phillies fans saying about the Rhys Hoskins injury?

My heart goes out to Rhys Hoskins and the Phillies organization after hearing the news of his torn ACL during today’s Spring Training game

Prayers, as a Mets fan I’ve always loved Rhys. Great guy as well. Hope he gets better.

Lux now Hoskins, this spring has been rough


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