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Padres have hit parade in 5-3 win over the Phillies

Kirby Yates collects 34th save

MLB: San Diego Padres at Philadelphia Phillies Bill Streicher-USA TODAY Sports

The Padres (57-65) bounced back after a loss last night to capture a 5-3 victory over the Phillies (64-59) in Philly.

Dinelson Lamet threw six innings and surrendered all three runs on six hits, while racking up six strikeouts. The bullpen came in and shut the door for the victory. Matt Strahm pitched the seventh without giving up a hit. Next up was Andres Munuz who struck out a pair. That set things up for Kirby Yates to come in and close the door, collecting his 34th save on the year.

The Phillies scoring was highlighted by a JT Realmuto homerun off of Lamet in the bottom of the third inning. The other runs came via a Scott Kingery double and a Zach Eflin single in the second inning.

Offensively, the Padres collected 12 hits on their way to scoring five runs. Finding themselves in a 3-0 hole, Manuel Margot opened scoring for San Diego in the fourth inning with a single that drove in Ty France. Josh Naylor drove in a pair with a double in that same inning.

Scoring happened again in the fifth inning when Ty France drove Eric Hosmer home. Luis Urias followed that up with a single that drove in Hunter Renfroe.

I am a big fan of France, so I will leave you with the video of his RBI from tonight.