Philadelphia (AP)-When Philadelphia Phillies beat St. Louis Cardinals 4-0 on Sunday night, Zack Wheeler threw seven shut-out innings for a four-hit ball, and Rhys Hoskins and JT Realmuto made a home run. Was delayed.
Phillies won two of the three games in the series against a team aiming for a National League wildcard spot. Philadelphia has been 20-9 since Rob Thomson took over as interim manager after George Girardi was fired on June 3, winning NL’s third wildcard within 11/2 of the Cardinals game. did. The team will meet next weekend in St. Louis for a four-game series.
Wheeler did not allow multiple Cardinals runners to reach in one inning, distributed four singles in seven innings, hit five, walked one and improved to 7-4 in 2.66 ERA. Wheeler was part of the shutout for the third time this season, with Nick Nelson and Corey Knebel shutting out.
Hoskins has been stretching hard since June 8th. In the last 25 games, first baseman averaged .341, scoring 9 home runs, 17 RBIs and 18 runs. This includes 4 homers in the last 5 games after breaking the scoring ice in the bottom of the 4th inning with a solo homer with Adam Wainwright’s cutter hanging in the middle of the plate.
For the sixth time, Hoskins doubled the wall of the center field and started the inning, scoring the middle with Nick Castellanos’ single. After two batters, Realmuto played Castellanos on his sixth home run this season.
Both Hoskins and Realmuto were 2 to 4. Both teams are the only batters to record multiple hits.
Wainwright (6-6) allowed 4 runs with 8 hits in 5 2/3 innings, hit 5 and walked 1.
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