Guthrie Makes Major League Debut Dalton Guthrie (UF 2015-17) became the 81st
Dalton Guthrie (UF 2015-17) became the 81st Gator to appear in an MLB game and the 29th to do so under Head Coach Kevin
O'Sullivan in his Tuesday debut for Philadelphia.
GAINESVILLE, Fla. – Former Florida infielder Dalton Guthrie became the 81st Gator to debut
Major League Baseball on Tuesday night, receiving the start in right field for the Philadelphia Phillies against the visiting .
Miami Marlin Guthrie finished 0-for-3 at the plate in his first taste of MLB action, although he recorded a pair
of putouts in two defensive chance Guthrie received his first-career promotion to the MLB on Sunday afternoon, as the Phillies
selected his contract from Triple-A Lehigh Valley after placing outfielder Nick Castellanos on the 10-day injured list.
Following the team's Monday off-day, Guthrie earned a spot in Philadelphia's first starting lineup since his promotion to The Show.
With his MLB debut now in the rearview, Guthrie holds status as the 81st Gator to debut in the MLB and the 29th to do
so under Head Coach Kevin O'Sullivan. Guthrie is the fourth Florida player to reach the big leagues in 2022 alone,