Zach Miner came on in the sixth and allowed a run in one inning of work, on his way to picking up the loss. Cesar Jimenez and B.J. Rosenberg each tossed a scoreless inning, but the Phillies offense had vacated Weigley Field by that point on the way to a loss.
The Phillies got on the board in the second, as Kevin Frandsen picked right back up where he left off last night, smacking a solo home run. After the Cubs tied things up in the bottom of the frame, Carlos Ruiz helped the Phillies regain the lead in the third on an RBI double. The Phillies would cough up the lead again only to grab it back in the top of the fourth on a Michael Young RBI triple. That would be the end of the scoring for the Phillies though, as the Cubs came back to win.
The Phillies will close out their series with the Cubs tomorrow before returning home. Kyle Kendrick will make the start, as he looks to guide the Phillies to a series win.
By: Kyle Babcock
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