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2018 Schedule
41-34, 2nd in NL East
Nats rally to beat Phillies (1:26)
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Murphy's two-run single lifts Nationals past Phillies

Daniel Murphy's two-run single drove in the tying and go-ahead runs in the eighth inning and the Washington Nationals rallied past the Philadelphia Phillies 8-6 on Sunday night to salvage the finale of the three-game series.

Williams bashes homer to center (0:33)
Phillies open scoring with Hoskins' long ball (0:29)
Santana' huge solo homer pads lead (0:24)
Franco beats the throw to put Phils ahead (0:32)
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2dEddie Matz

Party-crashing Phillies aren't going anywhere

With a white-hot Odubel Herrera and his five-game home run streak leading the way, the young Phillies are proving to be a threat in the NL East.

Eddie Matz ESPN Senior Writer 

The Phillies don't appear to be going away any time soon. They trounced the Nationals 12-2 in the opener of a three-game set in DC, thanks to four more hits from white-hot Odubel Herrera, who homered for the fifth straight game. With the win, Philly leapfrogs Washington for second place in the NL East. The Phils are 8-3 in their last 11 games, while the Nats are 3-8. Freaky Friday, anyone?

Eddie Matz ESPN Senior Writer 

Odubel Herrera is blue-hot. The Phillies centerfielder belted a two-run homer off Nats starter Tanner Roark. It's Herrera's fifth straight game with a bomb. In those five games, he's hitting .579 (11-for-19).

Golic 'baffled' by Phillies fan injured by hot dog (1:31)
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Phanatic-launched hot dog injures Phillies fan

A hot dog launched into the stands at Citizens Bank Park by the Phillie Phanatic injured a fan who was struck in the face. The hot dog was wrapped in duct tape so it wouldn't disintegrate upon launch.

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Phils' Crawford out 4-6 weeks with broken hand

Phillies infielder J.P. Crawford will miss four to six weeks after suffering a broken left hand when he was hit by a pitch during Tuesday's home loss to the Cardinals.

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Team Stats

  • Batting
  • Pitching
Runs33517th
Batting Average.23725th
On Base Percentage.3219th
Slugging Percentage.39720th
Earned Run Average3.9514th
Quality Starts41Tied-10th
WHIP1.2612th
BAA.24615th