Philadelphia - The Philadelphia Phillies won yesterday against the Seattle Mariners by a 6-5. It was a comeback win for the Phillies after they were down in the game, and were able to hold off the Mariners to secure the victory.
The Phillies overcame a deficit and an injury to Taijuan Walker and beat the Seattle Mariners 6-5. Brandon Marsh scored past Seattle Mariners catcher Cal Raleigh on a single by Alec Bohm.
Nick Castellanos ignited the offense with a two-run jack, and Alex Bohm drove in the go-ahead run in the Phillies' win against the Mariners.
Taijuan Walker ran into trouble in the next inning, walking Cal Raleigh on four pitches and allowing an infield hit to Alec Bohm before leaving the game due to injury.