Originally posted on Philliedelphia  |  Last updated 9/11/12
The Phillies are playing some exciting baseball right now, no doubt about that. Winning the wild card isn't too out of the question, but the Phillies are making it look more and more likely with the way they've been hitting the ball.  The Phils scored first tonight in the first inning. With the bases loaded, Ryan Howard hit into a double play which scored Jimmy Rollins and sent Juan Pierre to third. To follow, Carlos Ruiz sliced a double to deep right to score Pierre. The six-hole hitter, Domonic Brown, sent Chooch home with an RBI single of his own. Just like that, the Phils got ahead of Nathan Eovaldi and the Fish, 3-0. Roy Halladay reached trouble in the third inning tonight. Doc loaded up the bases for Justin Ruggiano. Ruggiano made it safely to first on an infield single, scoring Donovan Solano. Jose Reyes sent home the next run with a sacrifice fly which scored Rob Brantly. 3-2 ballgame. In the home half of the third, Chase Utley pushed the Phillies' lead to 4-2 with an...
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