Phi 0 0 0 0 2 0 2 0 0 4
Was 0 0 0 4 1 3 0 0 X 8
Date of game: 6/4/2014
Game Log
Bottom Inning 8
Anthony Rendon struck out swinging to end the inning.

Top Inning 8
Marlon Byrd flied out to right. None on with one out and Ryan Howard due up.

Top Inning 7
Jimmy Rollins struck out swinging. None on with two outs and Chase Utley due up.

Top Inning 7
Ben Revere singled to right. Runner on first with one out and A.J. Burnett due up.

Bottom Inning 6
Anthony Rendon single to left scored Stephen Strasburg and Denard Span with one out. Runner on second and Jayson Werth due up.

Top Inning 6
Ryan Howard struck out swinging. None on with two outs and Carlos Ruiz due up.

Bottom Inning 5
Adam LaRoche flied out to center. None on with two outs and Ryan Zimmerman due up.

Bottom Inning 4
Danny Espinosa double to right scored Adam LaRoche and Wilson Ramos with one out. On the play, Ian Desmond advances to third. Runners on second and third and Stephen Strasburg due up.

Top Inning 2
Ryan Howard singled to left. Runner on first with none out and Carlos Ruiz due up.

Bottom Inning 1
Denard Span flied out to left. None on with one out and Anthony Rendon due up.

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