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Phillies tries to keep rolling in the home series vs. frustrated people

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Over the past month, Philadelphia Phillies has won a position in wildcard races due to its ability to win matches against other candidates.

Four victories on the last visit to Washington also helped their purpose, and Phillies hosts that trend on Tuesday night, hosting a struggling nation in the opener of the three-game series. Try to maintain.

In the last 29 games since the manager George Lardi was fired and replaced by Rob Thomson on June 3, Philadelphia is 20-9. Under Thomson, Phillies achieved a total of nine wins against San Diego, Milwaukee, St. Louis and Atlanta. This is four teams ahead in the ranking.

Phillies won the seventh series under Thomson last weekend when he robbed Sir St. Louis, who visited him, two of the three. After allowing four straight home runs in the first inning of 7-6 losses on Saturday, Phillies won the series 4-0 on Sunday night, and Zack Wheeler allowed four hits in seven innings with Lishoskins. J.T. Realmuto is back home.

Hoskins became home for the fourth time in five games and successfully reached the base for 14 games in a row. Since June 7th, the first Baseman has hit .344 with 9 Homers and 17 RBIs.

"It's huge," Thomson said. "The more people who are enthusiastic about the lineup, the better we will be."

Nationals heads to Philadelphia for five consecutive losses. Each defeat is less than 3 runs.

Luis Garcia explained both Washington runs that he lost 3-2 to Miami Marlins on Monday. He had a tying single in the 8th inning and Maikel Franco scored in his double play grounder on the 10th.

"I'm more frustrated than anyone else," said Washington manager Dave Martinez. "You should win in many games, but not."

Washington played almost everything on Monday without Star Slugger Juan Soto because his left calf was tight. Soto took a walk as a pinch hitter for the eighth time, but was lifted for a pinch runner.

Soto, who hit .226 this season, 2 to 19 in a five-game series against Phillies last month, was injured in the third inning by chasing a double by Brian Delacruz in Miami. Sunday and every day.

"Everything went well," Soto said. "They said it was just a little tight, so it'll take just a few days and we'll see what happens."

Philadelphia doesn't have pitchers Zack Efflin and Rangers Ares. .. When left-handed Christopher Sanchez (0-1, 4.60 ERA) is recalled from Triple A Lee High Valley, one of the fill-ins opens the series. Sanchez replaces Suarez, who has landed on the list of injured, with backspasm, starting his third career.

Sanchez will face Phillies against Arizona Diamond Bucks for the first time since June 11th, allowing four runs in 12/3 innings in two matches against Washington (one start). did.

Washington's right-handed Paolo Espino (0-1, 2.80) has made his fifth start of the season and owns 3.93 ERA as the starting pitcher for the season. He finally pitched on Wednesday, allowing four runs and five hits in 4 1/3 innings and did not make a decision against Pittsburgh.

Espino is 0-1 and has recorded 5.79 ERA in 7 career appearances (4 starts) against Philadelphia. He did not make a decision against Philadelphia on June 17 when he allowed three runs in five innings.

– Field-level media