Philly Finds A Way
On Friday night Game 3 of the NLCS shifted to Citizens Bank Park in South Philadelphia. In what was a rawkus atmosphere throughout, the Phillies hung on, and beat the visiting Padres 4-2.
In a game that started with a walk-off home run by Kyle Schwarber that set the tone for some of the unique plays that took place in the game. No one highlighted that better then second baseman Jean Segura, who became the first player in MLB history to error, RBI and get picked off on base all within the same inning.
Both starting pitchers in Joe Musgrove and Ranger Suarez provided their clubs with stability, but key hits and timely plays made the difference for the NL East club. Game 4 will be Saturday night, as Mike Clevinger will represent for San Diego, and Bailey Falter will start for the Phillies.