Five weeks after losing his job as the Phillies closer, Hector Neris lost his roster spot in the major leagues.
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A seven-run sixth inning, capped off by Darick Hall's three-run homer, gave the Fightin Phils the win
A Brewers reliever threw up - not once, but twice - behind the mound. He stayed in the game.
The Phils needed every one of their 10 runs when Hector Neris was roughed up in the ninth.
The Phillies' 2016 first-round pick went 3-for-4 with three RBIs for Clearwater Thursday.
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.
Arrieta did not pitch great - his charged runs came on a wild pitch, a hit batter, and a two-run homer - but his defense did him no favors.
He said his unconventional approach to deploying relievers will work given the composition of his young pitching staff.
The Phillies have gone through difficult times the last three weeks. Good teams figure out a way to get past those inevitable moments.
"Getting angry about [the leak], there's not really much of a point in that." MLB commissioner Rob Manfred said.