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A.J. Ellis had plenty of room to catch Chase Utley's foul pop and didn't squeeze it into his catcher's mitt.
When David Buchanan walked into the manager's office after a rough outing in the minors, he didn't expect to leave a major leaguer. Buchanan sure pitched like he belonged in his debut.
Clayton Kershaw couldn't wait to take the ball after a rough outing.
Marcell Ozuna came into Wednesday night's game mired in a slump.
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 first inning has been especially frustrating for Kyle Kendrick and his struggles continued on Wednesday.
Cole Hamels tried for an extra base and got thrown out. Then he gave Giancarlo Stanton a pitch to hit and paid for it.
By the sixth inning, Mike Redmond's frustration got the best of him. The Miami Marlins manager shouted a profanity at the plate umpire and was ejected for the first time this season.
Cliff Lee will be placed on the 15-day disabled list with a mild elbow strain, and the Philadelphia Phillies are relieved the injury isn't more serious.