Foul (93.4 mph sinker)Ball (93.3 mph four-seam fastball)In play, out(s) (87.2 mph cutter)
Jean Segura grounds out, shortstop Ha-Seong Kim to first baseman Wil Myers.
In play, out(s) (81. mph slider)
Brandon Marsh grounds out to first baseman Wil Myers.
San Diego Padres
In play, out(s) (95.9 mph four-seam fastball)
Jake Cronenworth flies out to left fielder Kyle Schwarber.
Called strike (96.7 mph four-seam fastball)Ball (83.6 mph curveball)Ball (83.8 mph curveball)In play, no out (97.5 mph four-seam fastball)
Wil Myers singles on a line drive to center fielder Brandon Marsh.
Called strike (96.5 mph sinker)In play, out(s) (96.1 mph sinker)
Ha-Seong Kim pops out to first baseman Rhys Hoskins in foul territory.
Called strike (92.5 mph slider)Swinging strike (81.7 mph curveball)Ball (96.2 mph four-seam fastball)Ball (96.8 mph four-seam fastball)Swinging strike (91.6 mph slider)
Trent Grisham strikes out swinging.
In play, run(s) (87.2 mph cutter)
Kyle Schwarber homers (1) on a fly ball to right field.
Philadelphia Phillies 2 - San Diego Padres 0
SCHWARBOMB! Hes back! Two for two in this game with a walk already!
Way to go. Great to see the long ball off the bat of Schwarber.
Ball (83.2 mph cutter)In play, out(s) (86.1 mph cutter)
Rhys Hoskins flies out to second baseman Jake Cronenworth.
488 feet!120 MPH exit velo!!
I guess Kyle was saving it up!
Ball (93.7 mph sinker)Ball (84.7 mph cutter)In play, out(s) (84.8 mph cutter)
J.T. Realmuto grounds out, shortstop Ha-Seong Kim to first baseman Wil Myers.
4th hardest hit HR this year
488 feet is a new Petco Park Record.
They just said it was the farthest a ball has ever been hit in Petco history!
Ball (89.6 mph splitter)Foul (89.2 mph splitter)In play, out(s) (88.9 mph splitter)
Bryce Harper lines out to right fielder Juan Soto.
Old record: San Diego Padres Franmil Reyes hit a 479-foot home run on June 5, 2018, against Atlanta Braves pitcher Luke Jackson
I thought Harper might have another out but caught at the back of the track for the final out of the sixth inning. Good to see Harper hitting the ball hard all night.
Hardest-hit homer in postseason history in the Statcast Era.
In play, out(s) (96.8 mph four-seam fastball)
Austin Nola flies out to right fielder Nick Castellanos.
2022 National League Champions!