PHILADELPHIA – Did anyone feel the mood of Wednesday night 2008 at Citizens Bank Park?
Charlie Manuel in the dugout of the Phillies. Cole Hamels on the hill. Chris Wheeler on the TV show. A high octane Phillies attack hits baseball over the wall and around the field. Of course it's 2019,
PHILADELPHIA – Did anyone feel the mood of Wednesday night in 2008 at Citizens Bank Park?
Charlie Manuel in the Phillies booth.
The 11: 1 victory of the Phillies made fun for the fans, who in the last weeks of the season were looking for a reason to get excited about their team. The win brought her no further than two games behind the Cardinals for the second National League Wild Card.
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The Phillies scored two more runs in the second inning against Hamels, who played at Citizens Bank Park for the first time since July 19, 2015, just 12 days before he was promoted to Rangers as the organization began rebuilding.
Hamels & # 39; night continued to turn from there. He allowed Scott Kingery a brace, Roman Quinn a brace and Cesar Hernandez a brace for another run to start the third race. Adam Haseley then hit a ball towards first baseman Anthony Rizzo, but Hamels never covered first. Another run scored.
Hamels would not throw another pitch. It was Hamels fastest start at the bank since July 4, 2006, when he was only able to withstand two innings against the Padres due to an hour-long rain delay. Hoskins reached a field player's choice and
The Phillies continued the game as Nola allowed three hits, one run and one walk in seven innings. He prevailed around seven.
Todd Zolecki has been responsible for the Phillies since 2003 and since 2009 for MLB.com. Follow him on Twitter and Facebook