J.T. Realmuth hit a home run, a double, and an RBI, Jean Segura added a home run and a single, and the hosts Philadelphia Phillies defeated the Miami Marlins, 4-1, on Tuesday.
He had two rain delays in the game.
Kyle Schwarber gave the Phillies his two-hit streak as the Phillies recorded his sixth straight win and batted above . 500 in his season-high 13 his games.
Phillies starter Zach Wheeler (11-5) allowed five hits and one run in his sixth inning. Wheeler threw a season-high 109 pitches, striking out eight and walking three.
Seranthony Dominguez pitched his ninth inning scoreless, earning his seventh save with eight chances.
JJ Bleday set the pace for the Marlins with his solo home run. Miami has lost eight of their last 10 games.
The Marlins could only manage his five hits overall, and had no multiple players. Marlins starter Braxton Garrett (2-6) pitched 4 2/3 innings, allowing 8 hits and 4 runs (3 earned runs), with 3 strikeouts and no bases.
The Phillies took a 1–0 lead in the first inning when Alec Bohm reached second base on a fielding error by right fielder Brian de la Cruz and an RBI double by Real Muto.
In the third, the Marlins had runners on 2nd and his 3rd with one out, but Jesús Aguilar was his 1st on foul ground and De La Cruz stopped the attack. .
The Marlins tied the game with his 1 in the fourth inning, with Brady hitting a solo home run to the right.
Realmuto hit a homer in the bottom of the fourth on him, giving the Phillies a 2–1 lead on him. After one death, Segura leads at home by two points.
Bohm hit his RBI his single in the fifth inning and the Phillies took his 4–1 lead.
De la Cruz grounded David Robertson on the mound in the eighth.
– Field Level Media