Philadelphia — Bryson Stott gamed 2 outs in the 9th inning after Bryce Harper tied it in the Grand Slam in the 8th inning, Philadelphia Phillies won 9-7 on Sunday and sent a slump microphone. Trout and the Los Angeles Angels lost 11 games in a row.
This was the fourth consecutive win for Phillies, who won all three games under interim manager Rob Thomson after he took over when Joe Girardi was fired on Friday. Philadelphia beat the Angels 26-9 while dominating the three-game series.
The trout went to 0 at 3 and became hitless in his last 26 at bats. This is the longest drought in his decorated career. The three MVPs walked for the Angels, who won their final victory on May 24, and won a run.
Originally from the suburbs of Millville, NJ, the nine All-Stars scored 2 to 20 with seven strikeouts in five career games in Philadelphia and a series of 0 to 11 with four strikeouts against their home team. I’m done.
The Angels have been losing the longest streak since the 11-game slides in August 2016.
The Angels took a 6-2 lead in the 8th inning and then against Corey Knebel (2-4) when Matt Duffy made up for a costly defensive mistake on third base with a two-out RBI single. I advanced 7-6 in the 9th inning.
Alec Bohm and Didi Gregorius singles Raisel Iglesias (1-4) near Los Angeles placed runners in first and second place with two outs. Angels manager Joe Maddon summoned Iglesias in one-eighth to confront Jimmy Herget with Stott. The rookie connected to a full-count curve ball, timed at 74 mph, and sent the home team and crowd to a noisy celebration when he cleared the wall with his right fielder.
This was Stott’s second career homer, deep in the Philadelphia series. I won 10-0 on Friday night.
Harper also doubled, Baume won three singles, and Nick Castellanos and JT Realmuto drove on the Phillies run.
Jared Walsh has two RBIs, with Jo Adell, Kurt Suzuki and Brandon Marsh also in Los Angeles.
The Angels finally appeared to win the game when they finished 8th 6-2.
Duffy threw the ball into the outfield as Johan Camargo’s grounder tried to put Herrera in second place after Aaron Loup started the inning and allowed a lead-off single to Odubel Herrera. With the base loaded, one out, and the angel still four ahead, Maddon brought Iglesias to try to save five outs.
Iglesias defeated Rhys Hoskins in his first appearance since May 27 and put Harper in the 0-2 hole. However, the active NL his MVP started a 89 mph pitch with his right fielder after returning the count to 3-2, achieving his 13th home run and 6th career grand slam of the season.
This was Iglesias’ second biggest save with 13 chances.
The Angels made five runs off the fourth off from Kyle Gibson.
Duffy’s lead-off single, Shohei Ohtani’s double, and a walk to the trout loaded the base without outs. Walsh’s single scored two runs to the right, Adele and Suzuki’s RBI singles scored another two runs, 5-0 after Marsh scored in Tyler Wade’s bunt.
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Phillies scored a two-point lead over his fifth off-starter, Patrick Sandoval, in a sacrifice fly with Castellanos and Realmuto’s RBI.
Sandval was lifted with 2 outs in 5 innings, allowing 2 runs with 4 hits with 4 strikeouts and 4 walks.
Gibson gave up six runs with five hits on three strikeouts and two walks.
Angels: OF Taylor Ward (right hamstring tension) was put on the 10-day injured list and Adel was recalled from Triple A.
Phillies: INF Nick Maton (right shoulder sprain) was added to the 10-day injured list retroactively Saturday to activate Gregorius (left knee sprain), who had been on the sidelines since May 5. Camargo seemed to be injured after going around 1st base in the 8th inning.
Angels: Returning to Japan on Monday night, we will start a series of four games against Boston. RHP Noah Syndergaard (4-3, 4.02 ERA) opposes the Red Sox RHP Michael Wacha (3-1, 2.43).
Phillies: After a day off, Philadelphia will launch a three-game series on Tuesday night at NL Central’s leading Milwaukee. Phillies LHP Rangers Ares (4-3, 4.69 ERA) will face Brewers RHP Jason Alexander (0-0, 2.57).
Phillies continued to win in a row after dismissing Joe Girardi, late to bring the Angels 11 consecutive losses, Larry-Wake-up call
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