Sports Talk with Brodes: Phillies Win 5-4 over the Yankees
The Philadelphia Phillies beat the New York Yankees by a score of 5-4 to split the four-game series. Zach Eflin went four innings and was very solid. He was on a pitch-count because it was his first official start of the season.
It's scary to have to rely on this Phillies bullpen for so long, but they did their job. Hector Neris recorded a four-out save while fighting through danger. Specifically the bottom of the eighth inning with two outs, Aaron Judge was at the plate with Giancarlo Stanton on third. Neris' splitter worked it's magic!
JT Realmuto was the star of the game hitting a three-run homer, beating out an infield single, and throwing out a base stealer at second. Phil Gosselin continues to stay hot, too...