Rained out April 25, the Marlins and Phillies will make the game up as part of a doubleheader Tuesday at Citizens Bank Park. The first game will start at 4:05 p.m. ET, with the second game to get underway 30 minutes after the conclusion of the first contest.
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Pedro Florimon delivered the biggest hit of the Phillies' three-run seventh Sunday, squeaking a two-run single to right field off Giants reliever Hunter Strickland, giving the Phillies back-to-back wins to cap their West Coast road trip. Starter Ben Lively delivered six innings of two-run ball while Jorge Alfaro brought home the game-tying run to help the Phillies knock off the Giants, 5-2.
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Cory Spangenberg had a two-run double and a homer and Hector Sanchez also went deep, backing Dinelson Lamet, who didn't allow a hit until the fifth inning Tuesday as the Padres topped the Phillies. Rookie Jorge Alfaro broke up Lamet's no-no with a two-run homer in the fifth inning, his first big league homer. Lamet allowed two runs over seven innings with seven strikeouts. Rhys Hoskins, who hit his first two big league homers Monday, had a two-run shot Tuesday.
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Better late than never. The Phillies dinked and dunked their way past the Mets on Saturday at Citizens Bank Park, 3-1, behind timely base hits and solid pitching.