The end of spring training did not mean the end of injury issues for the Phillies. Brandon Marsh was a late scratch from the lineup on Wednesday and Darick Hall left Wednesday’s game with an injury.

Marsh injured the ankle Tuesday going back on a fly ball in New York. When the Phillies lineup was posted Wednesday, he was batting ninth and playing center field, but by the time the game started Marsh had been replaced by recently acquired outfielder Cristian Pache.

The Phillies have listed Marsh as day-to-day because of the injury and he will be evaluated Thursday when the team returns home to start the home portion of their schedule.

In Wednesday’s loss to the Yankees, Hall got hurt attempting to stretch a single into a double. The initial diagnosis came very quickly and was given as a sprained thumb. Like Marsh, Hall was set to be looked at again Thursday in Philadelphia to determine the extent of the injury.

However, after the game, reports that the Phillies were recalling Kody Clemens from Triple-A Lehigh Valley and speculation was that he was coming up to take Hall’s spot in anticipation of the first baseman going on the IL because of the injury. When Lehigh Valley’s starting lineup was announced later, Clemens was not in the lineup.

Perhaps significant of nothing, Scott Kingery, who played in center field in Lehigh Valley’s first two games of the season, was also not in the lineup after starting the first three games of the season. After his two games in center, Kingery was playing shortstop in the home opener on Tuesday against Scranton/Wilkes-Barre. Kinger is not currently on the Phillies 40-man roster and the team has already had to clear a spot on their 40-man by designating outfielder Jhailyn Ortiz for assignment when they added reliever McKinley Moore and optioning Yunior Marte to Lehigh Valley. Clemens is currently on the 40-man roster.