Nathan Karns homered and pitched five innings, ruining the major league debut of Philadelphia’s Aaron Nola and leading the Tampa Bay Rays to a 1-0 victory over the Phillies on Tuesday night.

Karns (5-5) allowed three hits, struck out four and walked two, marking the 14th game where the right-hander has allowed two earned runs or less. Karns bounced back from his last outing on July 9 when he allowed career-highs of seven runs and nine hits in an 8-3 loss at Kansas City to help the Rays win for just the third time in the last 13 games on the road.

Nola (0-1) was impressive, surrendering one run and five hits with six strikeouts and one walk in six innings, but the Phillies managed just four hits while ending their four-game winning streak.

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