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The struggles continued tonight for Phillies starting pitching and the team in general. It's getting more and more frustrating to say the least, and it hasn't been a fun ride over the past week with the Phillies losing more and more games.
I know I typically write out a game story, but this would have been the worst of the season, so instead of that, here are the scoring plays in order:
First inning: David Wright grounded out to third, Daniel Murphy scored. 1-0
Second inning: Carlos Ruiz solo homer to left-center. 1-1
Second inning: Jon Niese singled to center, Lucas Duda and Andres Torres scored. 3-1
Second inning: Daniel Murphy doubled to center, Jon Niese scored. 4-1
Fourth inning: Ruben Tejada singled to center, Josh Thole scored. 5-1
Fourth inning: Daniel Murphy singled to left center, Tejada scored. 6-1
Sixth inning: David Wright three-run homer to center. 9-1
Eighth inning: Daniel Murphy doubled to center, Thole and Justin Turner scored. 11-1
BEST OF MAXIM
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Jonathon Niese had a two-run single to back his fine performance on the mound Tuesday night and David Wright hit a three-run homer to break open the New York Mets' 11-1 romp over the reeling Philadelphia Phillies.
Niese (5-3) pitched a season-high eight innings and gave up three hits, one a homer to Carlos Ruiz. His hit in the second inning put New York up for good.
Philadelphia Phillies (36-45) vs. New York Mets (43-37)
Vance Worely (4-4, 2.92), vs. Jon Niese (6-3, 3.55)
Time: 7:10, Citi Field
Weather: Partly Cloudy, 84
Media: Twitter and Facebook
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