Phillies 28-year-old Wilson homers in first at-bat

Phillies 28-year-old Wilson homers in first at-bat

Phillies’ 28-year-old rookie Weston Wilson, who was drafted in 2016, homered on the third pitch of his first major league at-bat Wednesday.


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