The Phils split a doubleheader today in Miami to the Marlins. Really could have used a win in both those games today but I guess I’ll take it. The Phillies are now 22-20.
Nola pitched great in game one for his first career complete game. (Though it was seven innings so it’s not really a complete game). He only gave up 3 hits and shut out the Fish. The offense took care of the rest in game one plating 11 runs.
Andrew McCutchen homers to left field, Adam Haseley scores, Phillies lead 2-0.
Jean Segura doubles in Rhys Hoskins and J.T. Realmuto, 4-0 Phils.
Adam Haseley singles, Phil Gosselin scores, 5-0 Phillies.
Andrew McCutchen singles, Alec Bohm scores, 6-0 Philadelphia.
Rhys Hoskins homers, Adam Haseley scores, Andrew McCutchen scores, 9-0 Phils.
An Alec Bohm double scores Didi Gregorius, 10-0 Phillies.
Adam Haseley scores Alec Bohm on a double, 11-0 Philadelphia.
FINAL: Phillies 11, Marlins 0
Game two was looking like a rough one from the start. It was a bullpen game as reliever Blake Parker would get his second career start. It was just a bad game to watch. The Phillies pitchers allowed way too many baserunners to the Marlins and are actually lucky that they only gave up five runs. The Phillies did have chances to get themselves back into the game multiple times with two, three runners on, but couldn’t come up clutch at any point. Just a rough game to watch for any fan.
A Rhys Hoskins groundout scores Andrew Knapp, 1-0 Phillies.
Lewis Brinson homers, ties game at 1.
Isan Diaz singles, Brian Anderson scores, 2-1 Fish.
Jorge Alfaro’s single scores Isan Diaz and Miguel Rojas. 4-1 Miami.
Andrew McCutchen singles to score Ronald Torreyes. 4-2 Marlins.
Starling Marte singles, Monte Harrison scores, 5-2 Marlins.
J.T. Realmuto singles in Bryce Harper, 5-3 Miami.
FINAL: Phillies 3, Marlins 5
A Look Ahead:
The Phillies will continue their crazy seven-game series against Miami tomorrow night at 6:10. Phils rookie right-hander Spencer Howard will go for Philadelphia against Miami’s Jose Urena.