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Philadelphia Phillies lose second game as St. Louis Cardinals Even Series after Nolan Arenado Heroics

It was another difficult start for Philadelphia Phillies pitcher Kyle Gibson as the right-hander lost four straight home runs to the St. Louis Cardinals in the first inning on Saturday. All came with two outs.

However, Gibson rallied and threw for three scoreless innings after the first before loading bases in the fifth and making way for reliever Corey Knebel. It’s the second consecutive start that Gibson got off to a rocky start. In his last two starts combined, Gibson has pitched just 6.2 innings and allowed 11 earned runs.

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