MLB Playoffs: Phillies lose to Braves in Game 2 NLDS Series 1-1 Tie

PHILADELPHIA (WPVI) — Baseball’s winning pitcher Kyle Wright threw six innings to defeat Zack Wheeler as the Atlanta Braves tied the NL Division Series 3-0 against the Philadelphia Phillies Wednesday night. Having advanced his first pitch nearly three hours after a sustained rain delay, Wright conceded just two hits and claimed the victory when Braves gave Wheeler three runs in the bottom of the sixth inning. Best of 5 out of 5 series 7-6. They’re a mounded player, right-handed with big arms and spinning curves, and finally realizing his incredible potential. Wright, a former first-round draft pick who struggled to get through Triple-A, came in. He set a record of 2 wins and 8 losses in major tournaments this season. He was completely reversed and took three more wins than any other big league pitcher with 21-5. His only major threat came in the second game, where Bryce Harper led with a double and then moved into third place after tagging in the flyout with Nick Castellanos’ deep center. See also: Phillies clubhouse hymn ‘Dancing on My Own’ has a team. NLDSHarper enthusiasts had Alec Bohm’s ground out to go back to third for first and Brandon Marsh swung a four-seam clocked at 96 mph. AJ Minter, Raisel Iglesias and Kenley Jansen finished triples. A batter who allowed one run in one inning. Jansen’s save and Dansby Swanson’s brilliant play finished the Phillies’ sixth place. The shortstop turned his back to the infield and reached out to catch a pop fly from JT Realmuto, rolling down the outfield grass. Wright realizes that Swanson has released the catch and throws his arms into the air. It turned out to be the last pitch of 83 jewels where Wright struck out six in a single walk. Wright watched from the top level. The Braves dugout finally broke the scoreless tie in the second half as Wheeler took all the damage after sending off the first two batters. There was a delay of several minutes while the painfully writing Acuña was confirmed by the training staff. From the Atlanta dugout, Gil Heredia got ready to enter. Meanwhile, Wheeler threw a few pitches to stay loose. SEE ALSO: Playoff baseball enthusiast Phillies fan Acuña at Citizens Bank Park isn’t what it used to be after Acuña finally advanced to first base and grew up in Metro Atlanta as a right-handed person. Swanson Matt Olsen played first base first baseman Rhys Hoskins early in the game. ) and should have hit a single. Olson worked generously with RBI, but the Braves didn’t. not completed. Austin Riley’s strong swing created a few dribblers below third base for infield hits, making it 2-0. Then, Travis d’Arnaud landed in the middle for another scoring hit before Wheeler could finally score the third. It was too late for the Braves to tie the series. At least the Wildcard Phillies are finally heading home. Game 3 takes place Friday at Citizens Bank Park, where Philadelphia will play for the first time since a regular-season loss to the Braves on September 25. Since then, the Phillies have played 14 games in a row in their first postseason, including four playoff games. Appearing since 2011. DEFENSIVE BRAVESwanson’s catch wasn’t even the home team’s best defensive play of the night. Riley created a similar back-to-the-field grip in the foul area in the eighth inning. The baseman had to navigate the railing and the tarp stored in front of it. He made a catch and was able to survive while sliding along the tarp and bumping into the dirt. Tyler Matzek, a key member of the Braves Bullpen Heading to the World 2021 series title, is It’s over this season, and it will most likely be 2023. The Braves announced on Wednesday that Matzek has undergone Tommy John surgery. He was removed from the team’s postseason roster due to left elbow pain, and doctors in Texas determined he had a ligament rupture. The normal recovery period is 12-18 months, which means that Matzek is unlikely to return to the big leagues until 2024 on the mound. NEXTRHP Aaron Nola (11-13, 3.25 ERA) will be a nod in Game 3 of the Phillies. The Braves have yet to announce a starter who will be RHP Charlie Morton (9-6, 4.34) or rookie RHP Spencer Strider (11-5, 2.67). Strider has not pitched since September 18th due to a line injury. The Associated Press contributed to this report. Copyright © 2022 WPVI-TV. All rights reserved.
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