MLB Playoffs: Phillies advance to NLCS

Philadelphia 6 – Milwaukee 2 – Phillies advance to NLCS
Pat Burrell hit two home runs to lead the Philadelphia Phillies to their first series win since 1993. The Phillies won this series with quality pitching and clutch hits. Pitcher Cole Hamels came up huge and the NLCS is set between the Philadelphia Phillies and the LA Dodgers. Game 1 of the NLCS is Thursday in Philadelphia.
Anaheim Angels 5 – Boston Red Sox 4 F12
Mike Napoli hit two early homers off Josh Beckett, then singled and scored the go-ahead run in the 12th to help Los Angeles stave off elimination and snap an nine game losing streak in the post-season. Red Sox pitcher Josh Beckett struggled with his command and his velocity. The Angels got seven shutout innings from their bull pen and that’s what you need to win in the post season. Game 5 is Monday night
Chicago White Sox 5 – Tampa Bay Rays 3
Dewayne Wise drove in two runs for Chicago to lead them to a 5-3 win. The White Sox got an impressive start from pitcher John Danks who gave them a strong 6.2 innings of work, only surrendering three runs. The White Sox hang on for another day. Game 4 in the best-of-five matchup is Monday in Chicago. Chicago will start pitcher Gavin Floyd who will face Tampa Bay’s Andy Sonnanstine.

About The Author

William DePaoli

TIOPS Insider

William DePaoli is the President/Founder of Inside Pittsburgh Sports LLC and can be reached at wdepaoli@insidepittsburghsports.com

Comments Disabled

Comments have been disabled for this post.