So that play goes as an 8-4 DP to end the inning.
Ludwick flies out to center.
I'm begging for some offense. First it was Harrell and Norris. Now it's Cloyd and Kendrick?
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Yep, force at second but at that point there was a runner heading back into second and all Brandon had to do was tag him for the other out anyway instead of throwing home. Philly got screwed on that call, but it should have been a double play either way.
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That play to end the inning is one of those plays that in the future would go to replay.
Infield hit for Bruce.
Jay was moving pretty good up the line on that play.Looked like a CF to me.
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