What looks to be a great series for the Phillies on Monday night, after Phillies’ offense put on a hitting clinic, putting up 15 runs. Completely thumping Sandy Alcantara. Giving up 1 Home run, 10 hits, and 9 runs. Sandy Alcantara is known to give the Phillies offense problems. Jake Cave is setting the tone in the third inning. with a nice homer, Nick Castellanos records his 7th double, and Alec Bohm and Trea Turner also came up with some key hits. The Phillies’ offense would continue to pour on top of the Marlins in the 5th and 6th innings. In both of those innings, the Phillies would put up 4 runs each including a three-run blast from Alec Bohm, which would put the Phillies up 13-0.
The Marlins’ offense didn’t start clicking until the 7th inning when Yuli Gurriel hits a homer. The Marlins didn’t have much offense going on after that. Garrett Cooper and Luis Arraez. would be the only ones to help contribute to scoring for the Marlins. However, Brandon Marsh would put the nail in the coffin by smashing a home run ball deep to center! Phillies won Monday’s game 15 to 3. Showing off offensive power.
Tuesday night’s game was a bit of a different story because it would be the Phillies having their number one pitcher in the lineup, Aaron Nola who would get rocked epically in the 6th inning. Gave up 9 hits for 4 runs and only put 6k’. Jon Berti would get the first home run of the game, going for the Marlins back in the third inning. In the 6th inning, Aaron Nola gave up 8 hits alone.
However, the Phillies’ offense started battling back. When Kyle Scwarber nails a fastball off of Jesus Luzardo. 7th inning Luis Arraez would continue to pour on his offensive power as he hit a home run out to left field off Conor Brodogon. Andrew Bellatti would replace Conor Brodogon in the 8th. and that wouldn’t make a difference other than Andrew Bellatti giving up 4 hits and 3 runs.
And Arrez Tallies became the first Miami Marlin to hit for the cycle. JT Realmuto tries to battle back by hitting a double to drive in Brandon Marsh. However, that wouldn’t be enough for the Marlins to win 8-4 Wednesday evening action between the Phillies and Marlins. The Phillies want to win the series with Zach Wheeler on the mound going against Edward Cabrera.
A good pitching duel between Zach Wheeler and Edward Cabrera in the early going. However The Marlins would strike first on the scoreboard, Bryan De La Cruz with a nice hit to right field. and Luis Arraez. would score. Nick Castellanos would hit his 8th double tie in leading the league in doubles with Matt Chapman from the Toronto Blue Jays. Brandon Marsh comes up with his RBI base hit to tie things up. 5th inning. Bryson Stott would hit a double to drive in Kody Clemens putting the Phillies up 2-1
8th inning: Jorge Solder nails his 4th home run of the season off of Jose Alvarado. We go into extra innings however Bryan De La Cruz would strike again as he hits a ground single to drive in the man from second. That run would prove to be the winning run as the Marlins took the game and the series.
Pat Bernard has four years of podcasting. His first year with the Pattison Ave Phantics and four years running Devereaux Sports. Now currently, both Devereaux Sports and Edge of Sports. Pat is a for 6 Philly sports fan. Flyers, Phillies, Eagles, Sixers, Wings, and Union. The Gobbler is a former pro wrestler and ACPW Hall of Famer! He is originally out of Ambler from Northeast Philly (by the Tacony Bridge). Pat is a credentialed Philadelphia Wings Beat Reported under Edge of Philly Sports.