The Philadelphia Phillies win their fourth straight game and beat the Atlanta Braves by a score of 7-4.
Scott Kingery hit a three-run walk off home run during a pinch-hit at bat in the bottom of the eleventh inning with an 0-2 count and 2 outs. "He needed that" is almost an understatement.
Zack Wheeler was awesome through 5 2/3 innings, but was not helped out defensively by Rhys Hoskins to end the sixth.
Throughout the game, Andrew McCutchen and Jean Segura both hit two-run home-runs and the score was 4-2 in the seventh inning.
Adam Morgan allowed back to back homers to Ender Inciarte and Austin Riley to tie the game. In the tenth inning, the Phillies had first and third with 0 outs. The top of the lineup failed to knock in the winning run.
The Philadelphia Phillies win 3-2 over the Washington Nationals and Joe Girardi records his 1000th win as a manager!
Aaron Nola didn't have his A+ stuff, but he sure grinded through seven innings effectively. Girardi allowed him to go back on the mound with 100 pitches after the sixth.
Juan Soto and Rhys Hoskins traded off solo home-runs to start off the scoring. After the Phils went down 2-1 in the fourth, they responded in the seventh inning thanks to sloppy play by the Nationals. Juan Soto dove for a ball in left-field, allowing Didi Gregorius to get to third base. Victor Robles and Adam Eaton bumped into each other during a routine fly ball in right field. Bryce Harper hit an RBI single to take the lead.
Tommy Hunter, after having passionate words to the media, pitched a phenomenal eighth inning. Brandon Workman worked through a bit of a jam and closed the game.
The Philadelphia Phillies beat the Washington Nationals by a score of 8-3.
Jake Arrieta pitched five innings only throwing 54 pitches, but due to a rain delay his night was over. The bullpen held it's own.
JT Realmuto hit a three-run home run, Jean Segura recorded three hits and two RBIs, and Roman Quinn was so good on the bases. The Phils found a way to score in a variety of different ways.
The defense needs to be better, recording three errors on the night.
The Philadelphia Phillies lost both games in their double header with the Toronto Blue Jays.
In game one, Spencer Howard was cruising 97 mph fastballs past hitters until Joe Girardi took him out after 3 2/3 innings. The bullpen was abysmal from there as Tommy Hunter and Deolis Guerra blew the lead. Lourdes Gurriel Jr. hit a walk off for the Blue Jays.
In game two, the Phillies started out with a 7-0 lead in the first inning, but found a way to lose. Vince Velasquez allowed a two-run home run instantly and once he was pulled the bullpen fell apart. (You've probably heard that before) Connor Brogdon struggled and Hector Neris wasn't able to execute. He was not helped by the defense at all as Scott Kingery and Didi Gregorius made sloppy plays to keep the sixth inning alive.
The Philadelphia Phillies beat the Boston Red Sox by a score of 13-6. Zach Eflin struggled with his pitch count. He struck out eight hitters though raising an interesting question: Is Eflin focusing too much on strikeouts?
The sixth inning two-out rally was incredible and it all started with, you guessed it, Phil Gosselin. Bryce Harper hit a three-run home-run in that inning to blow the game open. The Phillies scored a total of seven runs in the frame. That's ironic considering the Fernando Tatis Jr "incident" that just occurred.
Rhys Hoskins hit a solo shot which is HUGE for his confidence. Jay Bruce hit a three-run bomb of his own late in the game and finished with four RBIs.
This is the fourth straight victory and the Phils are now 9-9 on the season.
The Philadelphia Phillies beat the New York Mets 6-2 to sweep the three-game series. Zack Wheeler threw seven innings and was touching 99mph.
Rhys Hoskins started the scoring off by knocking in Jean Segura at third base in the first inning. Alec Bohm drove in JT Realmuto and Andrew McCutchen crushed a first-pitch two-run homer off Rick Porcello in the sixth inning to take the lead.
Scott Kingery recorded two hits which is huge considering his slump is extremely noticeable. Roman Quinn went on the IL list before the game. Jean Segura left the game after running hard to first base and Jay Bruce left with a quad injury.
The Philadelphia Phillies beat the New York Mets by a score of 6-2. Aaron Nola was awesome, throwing seven innings and striking out eight. It wasn't his best, but the fact that he could be this successful when not having his "A game" is impressive. Jean Segura hit a solo home-run to get the scoring started and in the fifth inning, Rhys Hoskins hit a bases-clearing double to blow the game open