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Phillies hit five home runs to claim the Braves finale

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Nick Castellanos hit a home run, three home runs in a single, Kyle Schwarber added three home runs, and host Philadelphia Phillies beat the Atlanta Braves 14-4 on Thursday.

Da Rick Hall provided two home runs and three RBIs while Rhys Hoskins had a Phillies solo home run that saved the finale of the three-game series.

Matt Beering hit a two-run double, and Bryson Stott and J.T. Realmuto each scored two hits.

Phillies starter Aaron Nola threw 7 innings and gave up 7 hits and 4 runs. Nora (5-5) hit 8 and walked 1.

Michael Harris hit a two-run home run, and Adam Duvall added a home run and a single to the Braves.

Austin Riley hit three times and Marcell Ozuna hit twice.

Braves starter Ian Anderson (6-5) allowed only two innings, seven hits and seven runs, one walk and one strikeout.

When Orlando Arcia scored a run in fielder's choice, the Braves took the lead 1-0 in the second inning. It seemed that Didi Gregorius could have double-played, but he seemed to forget the number of outs. At the bottom of

seconds, Alec Baume hit the RBI single and Bryson Stott continued another RBI single with a 2: 1 lead. Vierling rips a two-run double and Castellanos hits a three-run home run to the right, leading 7-1. It was the first Homer of Castellanos in June.

Schwarber hit a three-run home run in June's third and twelfth, and Hoskins made a series of solo shots to gain an 11 to 1 advantage. The

hole led to his fourth solo homer with his first career, a major league hit and a 12-1 lead.

Fifth, the Braves closed within 12-3 when Harris launched a two-run home run to the center.

Duvall hit Solohomer for the seventh time and Braves reduced the deficit to 12-4.

The second home run in the hole was Mike Ford, a shoot-off position player in the eighth two-run with a 14-4 lead.

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