Rhys Hoskins added a home run of his own for the second time this series, as he also went deep in the first game on Monday. This was also the final time (unless they meet in the playoffs) that Chase Utley played in front of the Philadelphia crowd. His former fan base gave him one last standing ovation, as he is retiring at the end of this season. During his time with the Phillies, Utley led the team to five straight division titles and two World Series appearances, including winning it all in 2008.
Jake Arrieta pitched well for the Phillies, allowing two runs on five hits over six innings for his eighth win in his first season with Philly. He did give up a long ball to Max Muncy, who now has 24 during this resurgent season. This matinee game started 12 hours after the final out of last night's game, which lasted 16 innings and five hours, 55 minutes. The Phillies walked off on Trevor Plouffe's first home run of the year.
Seranthony Dominguez recorded the final four out of the game on Wednesday to earn his 10th save in 11 tries for the Phillies, who got to Dodgers starter Walker Buehler. The righty gave up five runs on five hits over 4.2 innings in his third loss. Joc Pederson and Alex Verdugo both had two hits in the Dodgers' loss, which keeps them a half game ahead of the Arizona Diamondbacks in the NL West. The D-backs fell to the Chicago Cubs, 2-1, on Wednesday.
Philadelphia heads to Cincinnati this weekend to battle the hard-fighting Reds, while the Dodgers' road trip continues in Atlanta against the Braves.