So many players opting out.
Houston’s pitcher insists he wasn’t tipping his pitches, that he just got beat. At the very least, the latter part is correct, though Philadelphia’s five home runs would suggest there might be something to the first part as well.
The Philadelphia Phillies took a 2-1 NLCS lead last night, thanks in large part to Jean Segura, who did a little bit of everything.
Brandon Drury continued his campaign to hurt the Diamondbacks, this time courtesy of Mason Saunders’ inability to fool anyone with a single pitch.
While it wasn’t his best outing, Merrill Kelly still deserved much better than to watch from the bench as Ian Kennedy let another Arizona victory slip away.