For a while, it felt like it was the same old Phillies.
Squandering scoring chances, and then Aaron Nola cruising until giving up a game-tying two-run homer to Pablo Sandoval.
The 2010 San Francisco Giants just won’t go away.
But, alas, the Phillies were able to get the win in the end, thanks to a 10th inning single by Jean Segura, sending the fans home happy.
You can watch the TV call below, and also the TV simulcast with the radio call of Scott Franzke and Larry Andersen, which I have enjoyed providing to the masses the last few years.
Walk-off dub! #ringthebell pic.twitter.com/qgZKs9ZS4U
— Philly Influencer (@PHL_Influencer) April 1, 2021
Radio synced with TV:
A little #OpeningDay #Phillies walk-off action, as called by Scott Franzke and LA #RingTheBell pic.twitter.com/QBIyZntUKt
— Nick Piccone (@nickpiccone) April 1, 2021
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