Kyle Schwarber in the ninth inning Philadelphia Phillies extended their winning streak to a season-best six matches on Friday with a 5-4 win over the Tour los angeles dodgers
Schwarber reached base four times while walking twice as well as a pair of hits, and finished the win with his 17th home run of the season. dodgers left-handed batsman Caleb Ferguson
Trey Turner had a few RBI hits against his former team as Philadelphia earned a walk-off win against Detroit on Thursday with the series opener against Los Angeles.
Mookie Bates and Freddie Freeman dodgers And Johnny DeLuca recorded his first major league hit as Los Angeles lost for the fifth time in its last six games — three by walk-off hits.
Ferguson (3-2) came on in the ninth inning. dodgers and two quick outs followed before Schwarber’s blast to right field
dodgers took a 1–0 lead in the first inning when Freeman doubled and JD Martinez had an RBI double to left field
Phillies Schwarber leadoff triple and one-out RBI single from Bryce Harper in the third inning
Philadelphia jumped in front in the fifth inning when Nick Castellanos had an RBI double, Schwarber scored on a wild pitch by Michael Grove and Turner took an RBI single for a 4–1 advantage.
dodgers Made a quick comeback in the seventh inning. Bates hit a two-out, two-run home run, his 17th, and Freeman hit a blast into center field, his 12th. both home runs came against Phillies left-handed batsman Matt Strahm
dodgers nearly took the lead in the eighth inning, but Martínez’s drive to left fell short of a home run and went for a leadoff double. Max Muncy followed with a line drive to right field but second baseman Bryson Stott made a diving catch.
Phillies Starter Ranger Suarez allowed one run on four hits in six innings, striking out two in eight. Left-hander Gregory Soto (2-4) pitched a scoreless ninth inning.
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