Phillies one win away from World Series as offense pours it on in Game 4 win over Padres
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The Phillies are now one win away from winning the National League flag after their 10-6 victory over Game 4 of the NLCS.
Phillies made it a pulp, and Billy Walter retired the first two men he encountered. But Mane Machado launched a solo race at home to the left center to put Padres early. But the Padres kept it coming – the next two Padres got on the base, and Brandon Drury both led them with a double. Rob Thompson pulled Walter, but Ha Seung Kim got an RBI from Conor Brugdon to put San Diego ahead 4-0.
But the Velez responded immediately. After Kyle Schwarber led the bottom half of the game on his own, Rhys Hoskins tied Homer with two sets to cut the difference in half. Then JT Realmuto walked over, scoring all the way from the start onwards Bryce Harper Double. None of the bowlers have scored three times – in fact, Padres’ Mike Clevenger hasn’t scored a single.
The second and third runs were muted, but Phillies put a tie at base in the fourth with a double lead from Nick Castellanos, and Bryson Stott pushed him in with a single.
In the fifth inning, Juan Soto put San Diego back in front of Homer by two races, but Hoskins responded with a right-back with his second run of the night, tying the match in the sixth. In fact, the bottom of the fifth was almost a carbon copy of the bottom of the first. Realmuto scored again from the start in the Harper double, and this gave the Phillies their first lead of the night. Castellanos then drove Harper with one in the middle. In the sixth inning, Schwarber had a solo home run that put the Velez up 9-6, and Realmuto joined in the fun with Homer’s solo finish in seventh.
Phillies relievers—in this case, non-beginners—combined for 8.1 rounds of two-ball runs, with those kicks coming only on Homer Soto. They only allowed five hits and hit eight while walking one.
Zach Wheeler threw a gem in Game 1, and he will be looking to do the same in Game 5 on Sunday afternoon to send the Phillies for the first time. fall classic Since 2009. Yu Darvish will be looking to send the series to San Diego.
First field at 2:37 p.m.