Nola, who believed in ‘PHI emergency’, collapsed by giving up 4 runs, ‘two home runs and two hits’

Aaron Nola, who had an ERA of 0.96 this postseason until the last game, collapsed in a home game where he was showing great form.온라인카지노

The Philadelphia Phillies played Game 6 of the National League Championship Series (NLCS) against the Arizona Diamondbacks at Citizens Bank Park in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA, on the 24th (Korean time).

This day’s game initially appeared to be very favorable to Philadelphia. This is because Nola, who is in excellent form at home, will be the starting pitcher.

But Nola didn’t have a good day. Nola hit two home runs in the second inning and gave up four hits and four runs in 4 1/3 innings. He didn’t even complete the fifth inning.

Nola allowed no runs in the first inning, but gave up a one-run home run to leadoff hitter Tommy Pham in the second inning and then allowed back-to-back home runs to Louerdes Gurriel Jr.

Then, after allowing a walk, Nola hit a one-run double from Evan Longoria. 3 runs in the 2nd inning alone. It wasn’t as good as not conceding any additional goals.

Afterwards, Nola finished with three batters in both the third and fourth innings, but with one out in the fifth inning when he was down 1-3, he allowed a timely triple to Ketel Marte after being hit by Corbin Carroll. 4th point conceded.

Philadelphia manager Rob Topson ultimately chose Nola’s steel plate with one out and runners on third base after giving up four runs. As a result, Nola failed to complete 5 innings in 4 games this postseason.

Nola came down the mound with one out and runners on third base, but the follow-up Mike Lorenzen did not allow the runner on third base to score, ending the game with four runs.

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