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7:37 PM ET Citizens Bank Park
We were all expecting an exciting National League Championship Series between the Padres and Phillies.
Philadelphia struck first in Game 1 on Tuesday afternoon as Jack Wheeler’s seven scoreless innings proved too much for San Diego. However, the Padres fought back in Game 2 on Wednesday, scoring seven unanswered runs en route to an 8-5 victory at Petco Park to even the series at 1-1.
“You definitely don’t want to go 0-2 in Philly,” said Padres starter Blake Snell, who won Game 2. “You want to tie it there or lead it there, because now they have to think a little bit more. They are more nervous. They are playing on their heels. That stuff is real. … It’s a really good team that we’re playing. I’m excited to see how we match up.”
NLCS best game: Phillies take early lead over Padres
Philadelphia returns home tied with San Diego in the final round of the MLB playoffs for Game 3 of the National League Championship Series on FS1.
The Phillies started Ranger Suarez on Friday, while Joe Musgrove was on the hill for the Padres. Both pitchers registered no-decisions in their previous postseason starts.
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