Phyllis defeated the savage and wiped out two Knots heads in Washington

WASHINGTON – Phyllis did not play baseball in her two pillow against the Washington Nationals, but that did not matter as festive music was played in the club hall after 12 noon Friday at the stadium.

Phils escaped a series of offenses, including expensive openers and bullpen walks, two basic running errors, and near-risk fielding error in a nightcap pull sweep Nationals.

The Billies captured the opening player 5-3. In the second game, the Tablets won 8-7.

Both victories pushed 35-31 Pills over .500 in a four-game season. They took the first three matches of these five players and won five consecutive games for the first time since 2011, and eventually qualified for the playoffs.

The bills were 14-2 in June and 13-2 under new captain Rob Thompson.

“Good morning,” Thompson said after the conclusion.

He admitted that the team made mistakes during the long, hot and tiring days.

“This is the nature of this club,” he said. “They believe.”

Phyllis ‘biggest reason for concealing their flaws in the nightclub – speeding mistakes made by Rhys Hoskins and Kyle Schwarber, two damage and Nick Nelson’s wildest run, and DD Gregorius’ shortstop error allowed the Knights. Nine uniform matches – they did the little things well.

Hitter Price Harbor came off the bench and hit two runs to the right center and set the eighth row alive, with JT Realmuto winning the ball twice.

Little things

Washington rescuer Kyle Finnegan openly tried to surround Harper, and it looked as if he was walking on four squares. However, referee Clinton called for a fourth field outside the strike area. Harper wasn’t happy with the call – and he still wasn’t after the game. Finnegan’s fifth stadium was a strike and Harper crushed it.

“The harp was angry, it wasn’t the fourth ball, but I said, ‘Well, let’s hit it,'” Thompson said. “Jade threw the ball at us and it was very important to put Harper on the field.”

Initially Realmudo was called up, but Pillis resisted and won.

After Harper equalized in the eighth game, Matt Wirling put his second homer in ninth place and gave the Pills a 6-5 lead.

That day, the Phillies went for their cattle. Corey Nebel, Juris Familia and Andrew Bellatti scored key goals that night, and José Alvarado was on the verge of winning by two points in the ninth game when Gregorius allowed Washington to equalize for two outs.

Alvarado finally scored in 10th place. He won after Realmudo made two home runs. Both races were great as the Knots scored a losing streak in the 10th round.

Hoskins scored the second run in 10th place on those little things, especially the knowledge of a third coach Dusty Vathan’s ban. Washington’s short goal scorer Luis Garcia intercepted Hoskins heading into third place with the Realmuto ball passing in the middle. Feeling the barrier, Vadhan saw referee John Bacon’s hand go up, and Hoskins angrily slammed the door to make sure the run was calculated.

“Dusty knows the fate,” Thompson said. “Very good. Very intelligent.”

“That shows how good he is at baseball,” Harper said of the strike.

Phyllis actually passes that move in the spring training. It comes from time to time, but when it was done in this game, everyone was ready.

It is not hard to imagine that the Billies would fail in a game like this in the first two months of the season, when the offense was a coincidence, with Bullpen melting away and the defensive line being shaken.

Security with Bullben is still not perfect, but things are going well.

“We’re looking for ways to win games that we probably don’t like, and that’s what good teams do,” Hoskins said. “We don’t think we’re out of the game. There’s a lot to do with how we play bats, but I think the Fulben guys have been doing well lately and hitting the area and throwing zero when we hit.

The tablets won the first game within three hours and 32 minutes.

The second match was won by three hours and 45 minutes.

“This is a great day for baseball,” said Harper. “After winning a series and two more games today, I’m fine and I feel good from here.”

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