Phillies Manager Says 'No Chance' This Pitcher Starts Game 4

He last pitched on Tuesday. 

Philadelphia Phillies manager Rob Thomson told reporters on Thursday that there's ''no chance'' that Zack Wheeler pitches in Game 4. 

There was some thought that Wheeler could be available after the thirty-two-year-old dominated over seven innings on Tuesday, and needed just 83 pitches to get the 21 outs. 
Still, the starter won't get the ball again until Game 5 on full rest rather than hurling on Saturday after three days off. 

Wheeler held a strong 2.82 ERA, 1.04 WHIP, and 163 strikeouts over 153 innings of work this season. 
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