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Phillies just miss third consecutive shutout.

Arizona's Mark Reynolds has struck out 200 times for the second season in a row.

September 17, 2009|Associated Press

at Philadelphia 6, Washington 1: Joe Blanton tossed six scoreless innings, Jayson Werth hit a grand slam and the Phillies were one out away from recording three consecutive shutouts for the first time in 40 years.

at San Diego 6, Arizona 5 (10 innings): Everth Cabrera's run-scoring single won it in the 10th. The Diamondbacks' Mark Reynolds, who set the major league record with 204 strikeouts last season, fanned four times to reach 200 this season.

at Atlanta 6, New York 5: The Braves scored twice against Francisco Rodriguez in the ninth inning, the winning run scoring on an error by first baseman Daniel Murphy.

at Cincinnati 6, Houston 5: In a game that featured seven solo homers in the first five innings, Joey Votto scored the go-ahead run on a wild pitch in the seventh.

Florida 5, at St. Louis 2: Josh Johnson (15-4) went six innings as the Marlins won for the 10th time in 14 games.

Milwaukee 9, at Chicago 5: Braden Looper pitched five innings for his career-high 13th win and Alcides Escobar went four for five with three RBIs.

at Dodgers 3, Pittsburgh 1

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