The Phils needed every one of their 10 runs when Hector Neris was roughed up in the ninth.
The rookie tight end made steady progress over the spring. Goedert may have higher obstacles to clear, but the Eagles are already taking notice of his talent.
Koepka, who didn't touch a golf club for three months after suffering a wrist injury last November, became the seventh player in history to go back-to-back.
Monday's tripleheader features some big names from the English Premier League and Major League Soccer.
While with the Wildcats, Allonzo Trier was suspended twice for testing positive for banned and performance-enhancing substances.
Lefty glibly shrugged off the controversy surrounding his illegal play in Round 3 and left the door open for further premeditated infractions in the future.
The European Tour star made an early run with a championship record-tying 63 but lamented a missed 8-foot birdie putt on 18. He lost to Brooks Koepka by one.
Assuming the Sixers opt to keep the No. 10, Villanova's Mikal Bridges would be their best option.
Hoskins batted just .161 in May with a .253 on-base percentage. And then he spent 10 days on the disabled list with a fractured jaw, returned with a custom-made protective helmet, and produced his best results in seven weeks.
Gabe Kapler gave Zach Eflin an early hook in an attempt to score more runs. It worked, the Phillies built a lead, and the bullpen did the rest.
Lefty got away with a blatant, premeditated violation, but the darling of the U.S Open and the New York region remains in the field.
The Phillies' 2016 first-round pick went 3-for-4 with three RBIs for Clearwater Thursday.
Dustin Johnson shot a 77 but still managed to be part of a four-way tie for the lead on a day when USGA officials admitted the greens were too severe late in the day.
The 28-year-old co-leader after three rounds, Koepka will attempt to become the first player to win back-to-back Opens since Curtis Strange in 1988 and 1989,