Since Freddy Galvis went 2-for-3 with a walk on April 20 in San Diego, he has just three hits in his last 27 at-bats for a .111 average.
"I think he's swinging too hard and that comes from trying too hard," manager Charlie Manuel said. "He needs to get back in there, and I think if he gets a hit, he'll be fine."
Manuel was asked if he might settle on a particular left fielder at some point.
"I think if some guy is playing the best, and he gets hot, he'll get the most playing time," he said. "But we've got quite a few candidates. At the same time, you start playing well, you start playing the way we want you to play, you can win that job."