Phillies Outslug Padres at NLCS Game 4, take advantage of a 3-1 streak behind Rhys Hoskins, Bryce Harper

The Philadelphia Phyllis She is one win from the world championship. If you win the third game on Friday night She summed up the often bizarre, never boring Phillies journey to the late stages of October, Game 4 added an exclamation point. The Phillies only got 2 points from the start Billy Walterallowed four runs in the first, then immediately overshadowed the San Diego Padres Anyway, he hits them with a barrage of huge reptile bugs to win, 10-6, and take the 3-1 lead.

Reese Hoskins go deep twice, Kyle Schwarber And the JT Realmoto They added their own kitchens, and Bryce Harper Deafeningly weak he put Phelez ahead for good in the fifth.

The big night of Velez’s crime began out of necessity. San Diego stuck four runs to the board almost immediately, starting with Mane Machado Homer. When the Phillies came to bat, they somehow worked faster. Where Walter left after two wins, Philadelphia clerk chased Padres Mike Clevenger before he gets one. Hoskins began the counterattack with a two-round shot at the bottom of the first.

Bryson Stott’s RBI song brought the money even in the fourth inning, but Juan Soto He answered to Padres with a two-run Homer. Homer Hoskins II again tied for the bottom of fifth, and Phillies continued to hit this time. Realmuto walked, then Harper tied the green light – he reached second and clearly shouted towards the bunker. It now hits 0.410 in this postseason.

The rest, as it turned out, was meat sauce. Harper’s record on Nick Castellanos Solo, Realmuto and Schwarber then added solo resonances later.

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first of all Conor BrogdonBullpen Phillies has held up a little better than San Diego. Swingman Nick Martinez kept the Padres with three goal-free rounds, but a regular start to the season Shawn Mind Folded under the Phillies barrage, allowing five runs in 1 1/3 innings. left-handed Brad Hand He ended up getting the win despite being the only Philadelphia lighter to allow the run.

Now Rob Thompson’s post-season party breakers have the chance to claim the NL flag in front of their raucous fans at home. Game 5 will be set up as a rematch of the pitcher duel of Game 1: Phillies ace Zach Wheeler Opposite Padres Ice Yo Darwish. If Wheeler and Phillies are back on top again, they’ll celebrate with champagne.

Weather permitting — there is rain in both Philadelphia and ALCS host New York which could affect games on Sunday — Game 5 will begin at 2:37 PM ET on FS1.

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