Andrew McCutchen drives four times in a row Philadelphia Phillies Eliminated a six-game losing streak against the Washington Nationals, won 7-6 on Thursday and swept three innings in the series.
this Phillies Overcame Aaronola’s disappointing start and won for the sixth consecutive time in the Nationals bullpen. Philadelphia In two games between NL’s Eastern leading Atlanta and idle Cincinnati, they were 1.5 games behind in the fight for the second NL wild card.
this Phillies For the first time since June 1933, he scored at least seven points in seven consecutive games.
“We were like’keep there, we have to score at least seven points, this will happen,'” McCutchen said. “We have some laughter and some laughter, but we know we have a chance.”
Juan Soto homered and hit the ball four times in a row Washington, Has lost 5 consecutive games, and 21 of the 27 games have lost. Lane Thomas also went very far.
McCutcheon played RBI singles in the eighth inning for trimming WashingtonLead 6-4. After Andres Machado (1-1) stepped onto Rafael Marchand, Nick Marton’s sharp catch was missed by second baseman Luis Garcia and scored two points.
Garcia’s potential double play against Odúbel Herrera was hesitated after a batsman and only got one when Marchan ran for a lead.
“I read the ball in a way that I thought it might give me a bad bounce or middle jump, so I relaxed and made sure I got a good bounce,” Garcia said. “I want to make sure I stop the ball. I don’t want to give up the two games of that game, just in case it gets caught by me or jumps in the middle.”
Sam Coonrod (2-2) pitched a scoreless seventh for the victory. Ian Kennedy ranked ninth in his sixth save with Phils and 22nd in the entire season.
Soto shot 3 of 4 on foot, hit a two-point home run in the third inning, and a two-point single run in the fifth inning, because Washington Established a 6-0 lead.
this Phillies Cut McCutcheon’s deficit in half in the sixth game of his three-game winning streak. McCutcheon played seven consecutive games in the last two games of the series, and played his first multiple consecutive games from June 18th to 19th.
“It feels good to play like I know I can play,” McCutchen said. “It only took until September. But the past few games, I feel good.”
Nora allowed six runs in more than four games. WashingtonPaolo Espino made two points in 5 1/3 innings.
this Phillies This season’s record against the Nationals has improved to 13-6.They trailed by at least three points in seven wins WashingtonAccording to data from STATS LLC, this is the most victories that a modern team has over an opponent in a single season.
“I think it continues to show that we always have a chance to come back, which is important for the team to have that feeling,” said manager Joe Gilady. “Yes, you can put it down, but let a few people play and see what happens. Catch came up with a big double three-pointer and suddenly we were back in the game.”
This game is the rainy season on Wednesday, when the remnants of Hurricane Ida crossed the mid-Atlantic.
Phillies: JT Realmuto returned to first base after missing two games with a sore left ankle. … RHP’s Cam Bedrosian and Ramón Rosso joined the club from Triple-A Lehigh Valley as a September call-up.
National: SS Alcides Escobar (left knee injury) is back in the lineup. He left Monday’s game in the first game and was absent on Tuesday. … C Alex Avila (calf strain) was activated from the injured list, and LHP Alberto Baldonado was promoted from Triple-A Rochester. Baldonado scored no points in his major league debut.
Washington On Thursday morning, head coach Dave Martinez underwent a pre-arranged foot surgery. He was in the stadium at the time, but was not in the air-raid shelter during the game. This procedure was planned for the initial rest day of the National Team. Substitute coach Tim Bogar (Tim Bogar) replaced Martinez (Martinez) in management duties.
Nationals: LHP Sean Nolin (0-2, 6.57) made his fourth start-and also his third start against the Mets-as Washington Start the five-game series against New York.
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