Well, this has been an interesting game so far. Unfortunately the Phillies cannot seem to capitalize on any opportunity that has been presented. We got those two quick runs which was exciting, and we gave them back which was not ideal, but we need to figure out some way to get on top right now (while technically not right now because the Giants are batting). There is something to be said about being ahead and not needing to rally. The Phillies tend to rally very well, but I would hate to rely on that tonight. Not that it wouldn't be exciting, but the season is on the line, so I would prefer to have a little bit more insurance tonight. If we can finish this off tonight, I feel like tomorrow will definitely be advantage Philadelphia. Of course, as much as I would like to guarantee this, it is baseball, and I don't want to jinx it. However, all of the momentum and the home field would be supporting the Phillies and aiding the cause. But before this can happen, we need to finish it off tonight. Everybody, enjoy the game and hope for game seven in prime time tomorrow night!
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