Hoskins delivers in the 10th inning in 2-1 win over Nationals; Nola brilliant for 8 innings

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The Philadelphia Inquirer

WASHINGTON — For two and a half weeks, as the Phillies pumped life back into their season, the bats were the defibrillator. But some of the paddles needed to be recharged Saturday. Nine innings were enough for Rhys Hoskins. With Hoskins getting a breather and Bryce Harper out because of a blister below his left index finger, the offense sputtered. Aaron Nola dazzled for eight innings, though, and the Phillies were one out from shutting out the bottom-dwelling Washington Nationals. But the bullpen blew it again, with lefty Brad Hand coughing up a lead this time. The game lurched into extra inni…

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