Teoscar Hernández hits 13th solo home run

The Phillies offense struggled and ultimately lost to the Rockies on a walk-off in the 11th inning. Despite a strong pitching performance, Jose Alvarado’s blown save in the 9th inning allowed the Rockies to tie the game and eventually secure the win.

The game took a turn in the first inning when Bryce Harper was ejected, leaving a gap in the lineup. The only offensive production came from solo home runs by Nick Castellanos and Edmundo Sosa.

This loss highlights the need for consistency and resilience in the Phillies’ lineup. Without key players contributing offensively, the team struggled to generate runs and ultimately fell short in extra innings. Moving forward, the Phillies will need to regroup and focus on delivering a more effective offensive performance to secure wins in upcoming games.

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