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Phillies vs. Diamondbacks dwell ranking, updates, highlights from Game 6 of 2023 NLCS

Voters Monetary institution Park felt esteem an no longer capability location for avenue teams to procure. The group is constantly rowdy, and the Phillies’ offense usually gave them reasons to cheer early.

Two 2nd-inning home runs and a stellar day out from Merrill Kelly will keep loads to assemble the once impregnable fortress in Philadelphia birth up. The Diamondbacks saw Tommy Pham and Lourdes Gurriel Jr. open a pair of 2nd-inning home runs to help Arizona soar out to an early lead, and it never seemed aid.

Over the evening, Arizona persevered to pile on and Kelly and the bullpen restricted Philadelphia to beautiful one speed because the Diamondbacks won 5-1 to even the sequence at three games every and force a winner-clutch-all Game 7.

MORE: See Phillies vs. Diamondbacks dwell with Sling TV

The 2 homers from Pham and Gurriel were half of a 3-speed 2nd inning, but the Phillies managed to win the group aid into the contest within the bottom half of the body, with Brandon Marsh driving in a speed to assemble it 3-1.

However the rest of the game changed into all Arizona. Ketel Marte persevered his crimson-sizzling postseason with an RBI triple within the fifth and an RBI single within the seventh, tying the MLB file for the longest playoff hitting toddle at 15 consecutive games with as a minimal one hit within the process.

The principal feared Phillies lineup changed into largely held in take a look at by Kelly, who allowed fully the one speed over five innings. He struck out eight batters and gave up beautiful three hits and three walks. The rest of Arizona’s bullpen changed into dominant, with Ryan Thompson, Andrew Saalfrank, Kevin Ginkel and Paul Sewald combining to allow beautiful three hits with two strikeouts over the remaining four innings.

The teams will meet again in Voters Monetary institution Park on Tuesday for Game 7 of the ALCS. Brandon Pfaadt, who changed into prominent against Philadelphia in Game 3 with 5.2 scoreless innings, will open opposite Ranger Suarez, who matched him with 5.1 scoreless innings in that contest.

The Sporting Files tracked dwell scoring updates and highlights from Game 6 of the 2023 NLCS between the Phillies and Diamondbacks. Follow alongside below because the Phillies are trying to approach to the World Sequence.

Phillies vs. Diamondbacks ranking

  1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Final
Diamondbacks 0 3 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 5
Phillies 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

Phillies vs. Diamondbacks dwell updates, highlights from NLCS Game 6

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8:10 p.m. Stop of game: Marsh is known as out on strikes, and this game will doubtless be headed to a Game 7.

8:08 p.m.: Sewald blows through Castellanos on three pitches. Two outs.

8:07 p.m.: Realmuto goes down on two pitches, flying out to let for the first out.

8:06 p.m.: The Diamondbacks will hand the ball to their nearer, Paul Sewald, to shut the door on Game 6.

8:03 p.m. Stop top ninth: Moreno flies out to center to pause the inning.

8:03 p.m.: Mountainous strikeout for Alvarado as he gets Marte swinging for the 2nd out of the inning.

8:02 p.m.: Carroll bunts to clutch a explore at and reach sinful, but is lovely barely thrown out. Perdomo moves up to third.

8:01 p.m.: Perdomo begins the tip of the ninth with a bunt sinful hit, and he moves up to 2nd when Alvarado fires the throw past first.

7:58 p.m.: Gregory Soto comes in to switch Kimbrel on the mound to open the ninth.

7:56 p.m. Stop of eighth: Philadelphia is correct down to its final three outs as Stott flies out to beautiful.

7:56 p.m.: The Phillies win a two-out baserunner as Bohm reaches first after a grounder gets beautiful past the diving glove of Marte at 2nd.

7:55 p.m.: Harper gives a low slider from Ginkel a toddle, but it completely’s caught by Thomas in center for the 2nd out.

7:52 p.m.: Thomas makes a great running gain to take hang of a broken bat flare from Turner in shallow center.

7:51 p.m.: The Diamondbacks are heading to their ace bullpen palms, turning to Kevin Ginkel for the eighth inning.

7:48 p.m. Stop top eighth: Longoria comes up empty on a curveball, and Kimbrel retains the ranking at 5-1. Turner, Harper and Bohm will are trying to spark the Phillies.

7:47 p.m.: Kimbrel tries a pair of unsuccessful pickoff makes an are trying on Thomas, and the Diamondbacks center fielder takes revenue of the sleek rule, getting an ultimate soar and swiping 2nd.

7:forty five p.m.: Thomas walks, his third time reaching sinful on Monday.

7:43 p.m.: Gurriel is caught looking at strike three for the 2nd out of the body.

7:41 p.m.: Craig Kimbrel comes in to switch Kerkering on the mound. Diving gain by Rojas robs Pham of a sinful hit.

7:37 p.m.: The name on the field is readily confirmed. Schwarber is out and the seventh is over.

7:36 p.m. Stop of seventh: Moreno with the defensive play of the game. He jumped on a wild pitch and threw a strike to 2nd to nab Schwarber attempting to approach to 2nd. The Phillies are animated the name, but it completely certain appears to be like esteem he’s out at 2nd.

7:34 p.m.: Saalfrank gets Schwarber to ground into a force out. Perdomo tried to argue Marsh slid into him to interfere with the play, but it completely’s beautiful a force out.

7:30 p.m.: Rojas flies out to shallow center, and with Schwarber due up, the Diamondbacks are going to head to the bullpen. Andrew Saalfrank could well perchance per chance be the sleek pitcher for Arizona.

7:28 p.m.: Solid defensive play in center by Thomas to gain up to a line pressure by Marsh within the beautiful-center gap and aid the Phillies left fielder to a single.

7:23 p.m. Stop top seventh: Walker hits a liner to beautiful, but Castellanos makes the running take hang of for the third out. Diamondbacks will head to the bottom of the seventh main main by four.

7:22 p.m.: The aggressive Diamondbacks are showing up on the basepaths again, with Marte stealing 2nd on the first pitch to Walker.

7:21 p.m.: Moreno flies out to beautiful, and Walker will reach up to bat with Marte on first and two away.

7:20 p.m. Diamondbacks scoring play: Marte beautiful retains producing for Arizona. He hits a grounder up the center for a sinful hit. Perdomo races round from 2nd to ranking, and Arizona extends its lead. Diamondbacks 5, Phillies 1

7:19 p.m.: Carroll comes up empty at a down-and-in sweeper, but Perdomo steals 2nd on the play. Marte will bat with one out and a runner on 2nd.

7:16 p.m.: Perdomo leads off the seventh by looping a leadoff single into shallow left.

7:14 p.m.: Orion Kerkering comes in to switch Lorenzen, who delivered 1.2 stellar innings of relief to help the Diamondbacks from tacking on one other within the fifth.

7:13 p.m. Stop of sixth: Castellanos flies out to left. Thompson pitches across the one-out single to win the Diamondbacks three innings a long way from Game 7.

7:11 p.m.: Stott lines a sinful hit into left-center with two strikes, but on the next pitch, Realmuto flies out to beautiful. That brings Castellanos up to the plate with a runner on first and two away.

7:10 p.m.: Thompson’s first batter, Bohm, hits a soft comebacker to him and he flips it on to first for the out.

7:08 p.m.: Kelly changed into clearly sad alongside with his conversation with supervisor Torey Lovullo within the dugout, and now all americans is aware of why. He’s been pulled, with Ryan Thompson coming into the game. Kelly changed into at 90 pitches through five innings with Bohm, Stott and Realmuto due up.

Merrill Kelly doesn’t desire any handshakes. pic.twitter.com/NIdoOcVf1C

— Rob Friedman (@PitchingNinja) October 23, 2023

7:06 p.m. Stop top sixth: Lorenzen gets Longoria to ground into a 6-4-3 double play to position the side down in jabber.

7:05 p.m.: Thomas is on for the 2nd time this day, slapping a sinful hit completely different approach to present the Diamondbacks a one-out baserunner.

7:04 p.m.: Gurriel places a designate into the first pitch he sees, but flies out to beautiful to handbook off the inning.

7 p.m. Stop of fifth: Kelly retains cruising as he gets Harper to trot a curveball within the grime for strike three. He devices down the tip of the Phillies lineup in jabber.

6:58 p.m.: Turner makes hard contact on a cutter beautiful off the center of the plate, but flies it out to Thomas in center for the 2nd out.

6:58 p.m.: Schwarber comes up empty on a curveball that drops beautiful within the center of the zone. Mistake pitch that he cannot hit.

6:fifty three p.m. Stop top fifth: Pham strikes out swinging at a sinker positioned on the low-and-in nook, and the Diamondbacks will strand two runners in scoring location after Walker swiped 2nd the pitch forward of.

6:51 p.m.: The Diamondbacks first baseman again lives up to his surname, as Walker picks up his 2nd toddle of the game. Pham will bat with two outs and runners on the corners.

6:48 p.m.: Moreno hits a unhurried grounder to quick, but Turner’s having fun with too shallow for Marte to ranking from third. Moreno’s thrown out within the origin, and Walker could well perchance per chance be the batter with two outs and a runner on third.

6:44 p.m. Diamondbacks scoring play: Marte’s prominent NLCS continues as he rips a line pressure down the beautiful-field line. Carroll rankings with out considerations and Marte races across the bases the total approach to third for a triple. And two batters in to Nola’s third time during the jabber, he’s pulled for Michael Lorenzen. Diamondbacks 4, Phillies 1

6:42 p.m.: On the eighth pitch of the at-bat, Carroll yanks a fastball into center field for a one-out single.

6:38 p.m.: Nola retains rolling as he gets Perdomo to cruise out with out considerations to center. Prime of the jabber due up, the third time Nola will face them.

6:34 p.m. Stop of fourth: Both sides bound down in jabber, with Rojas flying out to center to pause the fourth.

6:33 p.m.: Marsh is caught looking at a backdoor cutter for strike three.

6:32 p.m.: Castellanos begins the Phillies’ half of the body with a high bouncer to Marte for the first out.

6:27 p.m. Stop top fourth: Nola gets his first one-two-three inning of the afternoon, striking out Longoria on three pitches.

6:26 p.m.: Thomas gets a aid of an 87 mph changeup, but sends it on a sinking liner to Rohas, who snags it beautiful above the ground.

6:24 p.m.: Gurriel begins the fourth by popping out to Turner.

6:20 p.m. Stop of third: Stott swipes 2nd, but it completely doesn’t within the fracture pause up mattering as Kelly gets Realmuto chasing a high fastball to strike out and bound away Stott stranded.

6:16 p.m.: Stott rolls a unhurried grounder to Marte. He flips to win Bohm at 2nd, but Perdomo doesn’t are trying to nab the quick Stott within the origin. 

6:15 p.m.: Bohm goes interior-out, taking pictures a fastball on the inner third into beautiful for a one-out single.

6:14 p.m.: Kelly catches Harper looking at a slider to position down the Phillies’ most deadly hitter for the first out.

6:10 p.m. Stop top third: Pham bounces into a 5-4-3 double play to pause the body. Nola is up to 58 pitches through three innings.

6:09 p.m.: Walker lays off a curveball that beautiful misses clipping the down-and-away nook for a one-out toddle.

6:07 p.m.: Moreno flies out to center to open the tip of the third.

6:02 p.m. Stop of 2nd: Turner comes up empty chasing a curveball and Kelly escapes with fully the one speed allowed.

6 p.m.: Kelly stays cautious with Schwarber, ensuring to help every little thing across the fringe of the zone besides a low fastball that Schwarber fouled away. But he finally ends up shedding a sinker below the zone on a paunchy count to plan his 2nd toddle of the day.

5:56 p.m.: Johan Rojas sends a unhurried dribbler up the center, and Perdomo is able to throw him out within the origin. Marsh moves up to third, and Schwarber, who walked on four pitches his first plate look, will hit with two away.

5:fifty three p.m. Phillies scoring play: Marsh likes the first pitch he sees and lines it into beautiful, scoring Realmuto from 2nd. He moves up to 2nd on the throw. Diamondbacks 3, Phillies 1

5:52 p.m.: Cleave Castellanos is caught looking at a sinker that clips the bottom of the zone for the first out.

5:50 p.m.: J.T. Realmuto ropes a double past Thomas in center and races round to 2nd for a leadoff double. Phillies off to an ultimate open looking to answer to Arizona’s mountainous inning.

5:46 p.m. Stop top 2nd: Phillies dodge from now on damage as Marte flies out to Brandon Marsh in left. Soundless, Arizona must be feeling beautiful with three runs across within the tip of the 2nd.

5:44 p.m.: Gargantuan out for the Phillies as Carroll grounds out to Harper within the origin, retaining Longoria at third. Marte will bat with two outs and a runner nonetheless on third.

5:41 p.m.: Perdomo flies out to beautiful beautiful in entrance of the warning track, deep sufficient to win Longoria over to third nonetheless with beautiful one out.

5:38 p.m. Diamondbacks scoring play: After throwing four birth air the zone, Nola throws a pitch beautiful down the center of the play, and Evan Longoria ropes it into the left-center gap. Thomas races the total intention round from first to ranking. Soundless no outs within the inning. Diamondbacks 3, Phillies 0

5:37 p.m.: Nola now having a troublesome time hitting the strike zone. He misses on four straight to toddle Alek Thomas, eliciting a mound visit.

5:35 p.m. Diamondbacks scoring play: Maintain it aid-to-aid jacks by the Dbacks. Gurriel cranks a low sinker into the left-field stands, and Arizona is up now by two. Diamondbacks 2, Phillies 0

5:33 p.m. Diamondbacks scoring play: Tommy Pham crushes a 79 mph curveball from Nola to left field for a solo homer to position the Diamondbacks on the board first. Diamondbacks 1, Phillies 0

5:28 p.m. Stop of first: The Diamondbacks work across the two walks as Stott pops out to Geraldo Perdomo at quick to pause the inning.

5:26 p.m.: Kelly paints a fastball on the down-and-in nook to Alec Bohm to gain him procuring for strike three and the 2nd out of the inning. Bryson Stott will hope to help the Phillies’ half-inning going.

5:23 p.m.: One more quick toddle, this one on five pitches to Bryce Harper, places runners on first and 2nd for the Phillies with one out.

5:22 p.m.: Trea Turner beautiful misses making this a 2-0 game, as an alternative lifting a high cruise to the warning track in left, where it’s caught by Lourdes Gurriel Jr.

5:20 p.m.: Kelly scatters four pitches birth air the strike zone to toddle Kyle Schwarber to handbook off the bottom half of the first.

5:16 p.m. Stop top first: Christian Walker’s disappointing NLCS continues as he swings and misses at three straight pitches, last chasing a high heater, to pause the inning.

5:14 p.m.: The Diamondbacks be pleased their first hit of the game as Gabriel Moreno grounds a curveball up during the center of the field into center for a two-out single.

5:11 p.m.: Ketel Marte comes up empty chasing a low curveball, and Nola is rolling early with aid-to-aid strikeouts.

5:09 p.m.: Nola works aid into the count and catches Carroll looking at an up-and-in sinker for strike three to open the game.

5:08 p.m.: Nola’s first pitch is up and away to Corbin Carroll, and Game 6 of the 2023 NLCS is underway.

4:30 p.m.: It be going to be Merrill Kelly vs. Aaron Nola on the mound in Game 6 of the NLCS. Here’s how the teams will look within the aid of the two starters.

Might no longer aid down. #EmbraceTheChaos pic.twitter.com/K0Y0kYFLnR

— Arizona Diamondbacks (@Dbacks) October 23, 2023

— Philadelphia Phillies (@Phillies) October 23, 2023

2:30 p.m.: Climate are usually no longer a local for this one. It be speculated to be 62 degrees and sunny within the origin pitch and discontinue pleasant all during the evening. 

Alec Bohm’s BP below a radiant blue sky in South Philly. Stunning scene for Game 6. ⁦@MLBNetwork⁩ pic.twitter.com/zhI5hVQaBI

— Jon Morosi (@jonmorosi) October 23, 2023

1:05 p.m.: The lineups are in! The Diamondbacks desperately must win extra out of the tip of their jabber tonight, as Corbin Carroll, Christian Walker and Tommy Pham enter the game a mixed 5 for 49 (.102) with one extra-sinful hit within the sequence. 

— Philadelphia Phillies (@Phillies) October 23, 2023

Might no longer aid down. #EmbraceTheChaos pic.twitter.com/K0Y0kYFLnR

— Arizona Diamondbacks (@Dbacks) October 23, 2023

Phillies vs. Diamondbacks sequence schedule

The NLCS is in Philadelphia to discontinue, as every Game 6 and a doable Game 7 will doubtless be performed at Voters Monetary institution Park.

Here is the total schedule for the 2023 NLCS, including outcomes from the first five games of the sequence.

Date Game Begin up time (ET) TV channel Consequence
Monday, Oct. 16 Diamondbacks at Phillies 8:07 p.m. TBS PHI 5, ARI 3 (PHI, 1-0)
Tuesday, Oct. 17 Diamondbacks at Phillies 8:07 p.m. TBS PHI 10, ARI 0 (PHI, 2-0)
Thursday, Oct. 19 Phillies at Diamondbacks 5:07 p.m. TBS ARI 2, PHI 1 (PHI, 2-1)
Friday, Oct. 20 Phillies at Diamondbacks 8:07 p.m. TBS ARI 6, PHI 5 (TIE, 2-2)
Saturday, Oct. 21 Phillies at Diamondbacks 8:07 p.m. TBS PHI 6, ARI 1 (PHI, 3-2)
Monday, Oct. 23 Diamondbacks at Phillies 5:07 p.m. TBS
Tuesday, Oct. 24 Diamondbacks at Phillies* 8:07 p.m. TBS

* – If an principal

The deliver approach to count on 2023 MLB playoff games

The NLCS is carried solely by TBS, whereas the American League playoff games will doubtless be carried by either Fox or FS1. Every World Sequence game will doubtless be broadcast on Fox.

Fans in Canada can count on NLCS games on Sportsnet.

MORE: How ‘Dancing on My Non-public’ changed into Phillies’ playoff anthem

Phillies vs. Diamondbacks dwell streams

The sequence will doubtless be broadcast on TBS, so Game 6 between the Phillies and Diamondbacks could well even be dwell-streamed with Sling.

NLCS games could well even be streamed in Canada on Fubo.

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