Arizona defeated Kimbrel 417-save, securing a comeback win

Arizona defeated Kimbrel 417-save, securing a 2-0, 2-5, 3-5, and 6-5 comeback win, bringing their record to 2 games to 1.

The Arizona Diamondbacks came from behind.

Arizona defeated the Philadelphia Phillies, 6-5, in Game 4 of the National League Championship Series at Chase Field in Phoenix, Arizona, USA, on April 21. The win evened the series at 2-2.

Arizona’s batting order was Ketel Marte-Cobin Carroll-Gabriel Moreno-Christian Walker-Tommy Pham-Luardes Gurriel-Evan Longoria-Emmanuel Rivera-Geraldo Fedomo. Philadelphia went with Kyle Schwarber-Trey Turner-Bryce Harper-Alex Bomb-Bryson Stott-J.T. Realmuto-Nik Castellanos-Brandon Marsh-Johan Rojas in the starting lineup.

Arizona had the first laugh. Walker led off the second inning and reached on an error. Pham struck out on a full count, but Gurriel’s infield grounder allowed Walker to reach second. A fastball was delivered to Longoria, advancing Walker to third. Longoria drew a walk to load the bases.

With runners on second and third, 카지노사이트넷 Rivera singled up the middle to score the go-ahead run. In the third inning, Marte singled, walked and Carroll grounded into a double play, and Moreno hit an infield single to score Marte from third. 2-0.

Fighting back, the Phillies got a run back in the fourth inning when Schwarber led off with a solo arch to right. With two outs and runners in scoring position in the fifth, Marsh tied the game at 2-2 with a double to left-center. In the sixth inning, he capitalized on a pitcher’s miscue and drew three walks to load the bases. Bom hit an infield single and reached on an error to put two runners on base. 4-2 lead.

Arizona had runners on first and second in the bottom of the sixth on a Moreno walk and a Smith single, but Gurriel and Longoria struck out looking and flied out to left field, respectively. As the baseball adage goes, “crisis after crisis, chance after chance,” the Phillies added one more run in the seventh on Turner’s sacrifice fly to left field with runners on first and third.

Trailing by three runs in the bottom of the seventh, Arizona added one more run on Walker’s bases-loaded single. In the eighth, pinch-hitter Alec Thomas hit a tying two-run arch off Craig Kimbrel (417 career saves) to tie the game at 5-5. Fedomo struck out, but Marte followed with a single to left, Carroll with a walk, and Moreno with an RBI single to left-center to make it 6-5.

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