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Philadelphia Phillies (41-38)

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Bruce's double vs old team lifts Phils over Mets 5-4 in 10

PHILADELPHIA (AP) Jay Bruce delivered another big hit in a familiar spot.

The veteran slugger ripped an RBI double in the bottom of the 10th inning against his former team, and the Philadelphia Phillies rallied to beat the reeling New York Mets 5-4 Wednesday night.

"I want to be the guy up at the plate with a chance to end it," Bruce said following his 12th career walk-off hit.

AVG: C. Hernández.283
HR: R. Hoskins18
RBI: B. Harper54
SB: C. Hernández5
W: J. Arrieta7
ERA: Z. Eflin3.26
Saves: H. Neris16
K: A. Nola100
General Batting (Rank)
AVG: .244 (21)
Runs: 380 (17)
Hits: 651 (21)
Home Runs: 99 (21)
Stolen Bases: 28 (23)
OBP: .323 (17)
SLG: .421 (19)
Total Bases: 1125 (19)
General Pitching (Rank)
Earned Run Average: 4.54 (15)
Runs Allowed: 380 (15)
Saves: 22 (8)
Strikeouts: 662 (20)
OpBA: .266 (25)
OBP: .337 (24)
SLG: .463 (27)
Run Support: 4.85 (16)
Date Player Transactions
6/24 E. De Los Santos Sent to Minors
6/24 A. Haseley Sent to Minors For Rehabilitation
6/24 A. McCutchen Transferred to 60-Day IL (Torn ACL, left knee - out for season)
6/24 F. Salas Purchased From Minors
6/23 E. De Los Santos Called Up from Minors
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Date Player Status
6/20 P. Neshek Strained left hamstring (on 10-day IL)
6/17 J. Eickhoff Right biceps tendinitis (on 10-day IL)
6/15 J. Bruce Left hamstring tightness (day-to-day)
6/6 S. Domínguez Right UCL injury (on 10-day IL)
6/6 A. Haseley Strained left groin (on 10-day IL)
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