Home run factory’ Philadelphia wins 10-0

Won the second game of the US NLCS
PS Recorded the most home runs in 4 games with 15 Home runs

in the US Professional Baseball (MLB) Philadelphia showed explosive long hits and won 2 consecutive wins in the National League Championship Series (NLCS, 4 wins in 7 games).

Philadelphia defeated Arizona 10-0 with 11 hits, including 3 home runs, in the second game of the NLCS held at Citizens Bank Park in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA on the 18th.

Philadelphia, which continued its two-game winning streak, increased its probability of advancing to the World Series to 84%. In the postseason, which was held with a record of 4 wins out of 7, the team that won games 1 and 2 won the series 75 out of 89 times.

Philadelphia, which won 5-3 in the first game the previous day thanks to the power of its early batting lineup, including hitting three home runs in two innings, scored the first three runs on this day with three solo shots.

Trey Turner hit a solo shot to left center in the bottom of the first inning against Arizona starter Merrill Kelly from the KBO League. Kyle Schwarber drew a solo arch to right-center with two outs in the third inning, and even with no runners out in the sixth inning, he caught Kelly’s change-up and sent it over the right-center wall.

Philadelphia, which had seized the victory, scored 4 points in a row in the 6th and 7th innings and won a landslide 10-0 victory.

Philadelphia hit 15 home runs in the last four postseason games, setting a record for the most in this category. He hit 6 home runs in Game 3 of the National League Division Series, 3 home runs in Game 4, and added 3 home runs in Game 1 of the NLCS the previous day.

Of the 15 home runs, the last 13 were all solo home runs, making it the longest solo home run in postseason history.

Philadelphia starting pitcher Aaron Nola pitched 6 innings, allowing 3 hits, 7 strikeouts, and no runs with strong scoring support. Nola is continuing his good performance with 3 wins and an ERA of 0.96 in the 3 games he started this postseason.스포츠토토

Arizona Kelly took the loss with 3 hits, 3 walks, 6 strikeouts, and 4 runs in 5.2 innings. It was painful that all three hits given up ended up being home runs.

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