The Philadelphia Phillies (90 wins, 72 losses) defeated the Atlanta Braves (104 wins, 58 losses), who had the most wins in the Major League this season, and took Game 1 of the National League Division Series.
Philadelphia won 3-0 against Atlanta in the first game of the National League Division Series held at Truist Park in Atlanta, Georgia, USA on the 8th (Korean time). Philadelphia, which defeated Miami with two consecutive wins in the Wild Card Series, also captured Atlanta and won three consecutive postseason games.
Starting pitcher Ranger Suarez pitched 3⅔ innings, allowing 1 hit, 1 walk, 3 strikeouts, and no runs. Jeff Hoffman (⅓ inning, no runs) – Seransoni Dominguez (1 inning, no runs) – Jose Alvarado (1 inning, no runs) – Orion Kerkering (1 inning, no runs) – Matt Strahm (1 inning, no runs) – Craig Kimbrel (1 inning) The bullpen maintained the team’s victory without allowing any runs.
In the batting lineup, Bryce Harper led the victory with 2 hits in 2 at-bats, 1 home run, 1 RBI, 2 runs, and 2 walks. Bryson Stutt also continued his hot hitting performance with 2 hits in 3 at-bats, 1 RBI, and 1 walk.
Atlanta’s ace Spencer Strider pitched well in 7 innings, allowing 5 hits (1 home run), 2 walks, striking out 8, and allowing 2 runs (1 earned run), but the team’s boasted strongest batting line did not perform well. The Atlanta batting line, which ranked first in the major league in runs scored (947), home runs (307), and OPS (.845) this season, recorded only 5 hits that day.
Philadelphia’s leadoff hitter Kyle Schwarber hit a double in the top of the first inning. Trey Turner’s batted ball was caught by the shortstop and the runner on second base was out, but a wild pitch and Bryce Harper’s hit led to a chance for runners on first and third base with one out. However, Alec Bohm missed the opportunity by hitting a double play. 토토사이트
Afterwards, neither team was able to create any significant opportunities, and the game turned into a pitcher’s battle. Meanwhile, Philadelphia created a scoring opportunity first. With one out and one out in the fourth inning, Harper drew a walk. Bom retired with a strikeout, but a pitcher’s throwing error resulted in two outs and second base, and Bryson Stutt’s timely hit with an RBI gave Philadelphia the first run.
Atlanta also had a chance to get the bases loaded with two outs in the bottom of the fourth inning thanks to Matt Olson’s single, Aji Albis’ fielder’s choice, and Marcell Osuna’s walk. However, Michael Harris II struck out and did not score. In the 5th inning, Orlando Arcia and Eddie Rosario hit singles to create opportunities for runners on 1st and 3rd with one out, but Ronald Acuña Jr. and Austin Riley both struck out and remained silent.
Philadelphia scored one more run in the top of the sixth inning when Harper hit a solo home run with one out. In the 8th inning, Turner reached third base with a single and consecutive stolen bases, while Harper and Stutt walked and loaded the bases with one out. JT Realmuto got on base due to catcher’s hitting interference, and Philadelphia ran away with a 3-0 lead. Atlanta fans who were angry at the referee’s decision threw beer cans and other trash onto the stadium, causing a brief delay in the game and a video review, but the decision was not overturned.
In the bottom of the 8th inning, Atlanta had a chance to reach first and second base with no outs thanks to a walk by Acuña Jr. and a hit by Austin Riley. Olson hit a fly ball to center field to connect first and third base with one out, but Albies’ batted ball was caught in shortstop Turner’s defense, resulting in a 6-4-3 double play, and the golden opportunity wasted. In the 9th inning, Philadelphia closing pitcher Craig Kimbrel finished the game cleanly with a three-way strike.