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Both parties recognize the Democrats' scam
Topic - Marlon Byrd
Reid Brignac's first start for the Philadelphia Phillies ended with him being mobbed by his teammates.
Chris Young made no excuses for a costly error, even though it was quite windy.
The Phillies offense had no answer for the Mets pitching. And Philadelphia's defense wasn't stellar, either.
Chase Utley could only hold the bat on his shoulders as the final strike of Josh Beckett's no-hitter whipped past him for strike three.
Failure to make productive outs hurt the Philadelphia Phillies again.
Christian Yelich stepped to the plate 0 for 4 in the game and 0-since-the-minors when batting with a chance for a walkoff win.
The short-handed Reds could have used some power bats on Sunday.
Jimmy Rollins, Wil Nieves and the Phillies picked up Sunday right where they left off the night before.
The Mets had runners at second and third with none out in the fifth inning and came up empty. Only fitting on a night when they wasted chances in just about every way possible.
Marlon Byrd was having a difficult night at the plate, along with just about everyone else. Still, when he came up in the 11th inning against his former teammates, he had an idea what he wanted to do.
A.J. Burnett isn't much for numbers except when it comes to strikeouts.
Cliff Lee outpitched Stephen Strasburg, but the Phillies' bullpen struggled again. Mike Adams (1-1) and Jake Diekman allowed three runs and five hits in an inning.
Washington trailed entering the 8th inning, but stormed back to score three runs in the frame and nab a 5-3 victory over Philadelphia on Friday night.
Cliff Lee outpitched Stephen Strasburg in a matchup of aces and turned a one-run lead over to the bullpen.
The Washington Nationals already have developed a knack for comebacks.