Phillies melt down in eighth inning and fall short in 8-7 loss to Mets – HEDGE accordingly
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The Philadelphia Inquirer

PHILADELPHIA — Rhys Hoskins pulled his helmet on Sunday night and climbed the dugout steps. The stadium lights had flickered in South Philadelphia and the fans had celebrated Hoskins’ apparent game-tying homer. The Phillies had hurt themselves defensively, collapsed in the eighth inning, but the game was tied. And then it wasn’t. A video review in the ninth inning of a 8-7 loss to the Mets changed Hoskins’ homer to right field into a two-run double. So he left the dugout with his helmet as the Phillies were still trailing by a run. And soon the game was over. Bryce Harper struck out and the Me…

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HEDGE accordingly