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2022 Postgame Recaps

Offense, Nola’s gem extend Phillies’ win streak to six

Aaron Nola tossed a gem in Milwaukee. (Photo by Dustin Bradford/Icon Sportswire)

Final Score: Phillies 10, Brewers 0

The Philadelphia Phillies were built to succeed behind two winning ingredients: high-powered offense and strong starting pitcher. Interim manager Rob Thomson’s club had both rolling on Wednesday night at American Family Field.

Right-hander Aaron Nola tossed eight shutout innings while the team’s lineup used four home runs to help power Philadelphia to a 10-0 victory over the Brewers, their fifth in a row. The Phillies (27-29) are now 5-0 since former bench coach “Topper” took over for Joe Girardi.

After pulling out comeback wins in its last two games, Bryson Stott set the tone in this one, hitting a two-run home run in the top of the third to put the Phillies up 2-0. Rhys Hoskins then followed with a two-run shot of his own.

Odúbel Herrera hit a solo home run to the opposite field in the fifth inning, and Kyle Schwarber later put the Phillies up 6-0 with an RBI double in the seventh.

Nola cruised through the eighth, scattering only four hits by the Brewers (33-25). In the top of the ninth, the offense kept adding insurance as Schwarber drove in another on a double and Bryce Harper crushed a three-run bomb.

Reliever Andrew Bellatti had plenty of room to work with as he took down the ninth and secured the win following Nola.

Shibe Vintage Sports Starting Pitching Performance

  • Nola looked as sharp as ever in Milwaukee, allowing four hits and striking out six. For as many questions have been posed about his ability to stay effective deep into games, the 29-year-old flat-out shoved throughout his 103-pitch outing.
  • The long ball killed Brewers starter Adrian Houser, who gave up five runs in six innings, all via the homer. He struck out five and allowed seven hits.

Phillies Nugget of the Game

Ticket IQ Next Game

  • Thursday, June 9, at 2:10 p.m.
  • American Family Field
  • NBC Sports Philadelphia
  • SportsRadio 94WIP


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