Phillies clinch second straight NLCS
The Philadelphia Phillies will get a chance to repeat as World Series champions after defeating the Los Angeles Dodgers 10-4 Wednesday night in a series-clinching win for their second straight NLCS pennant.
Philadelphia won the game as -145 favorites, while the 14 runs made it OVER the posted over/under (8.5).
Jasyon Werth went deep for a three-run homer and hit a solo shot to lead the Phillies, while Shane Victorino had three RBIs in the win. Chad Durbin tossed just over an inning of relief for the win.
Andre Ethier had two hits, including a solo home run for the Dodgers. Vicente Padilla surrendered six runs over three innings in the loss.