Wednesday, May 26, 2004

Shea Split | The Phillies used a single big inning to down the Mets, 7-4, at Shea tonight and salvage a split in their two-game series. The Phils' six-run seventh allowed them to overcome an early deficit, and the bullpen bent but didn't break in holding on to the lead. Unlike last night, the Fightin's had an efficient game, scoring their seven runs on just eight hits. The Mets graciously provided three errors and left 14 men on base to help Philadelphia's cause. Meanwhile, Florida blanked the Reds to hold onto a first-place tie with the Phils in National League East.


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