Phils shock Reds with homers by Kratz and Galvis in 9th
PHILADELPHIA -- The Phillies' prospects didn't look so bright. Having scored one run in the previous 17 innings, they entered the ninth inning of Sunday's series finale with the Cincinnati Reds trailing by 2-1. And they had to face reliever Aroldis Chapman, owner of the 100-mph fastball. But even after pinch-runner Cliff Lee was picked off, the Phillies came back with ninth-inning home runs by Erik Kratz and Freddy Galvis in as stunning 3-2 win over the Cincinnati Reds at Citizens Bank Park. Chapman walked pinch-hitter Delmon Young to start the ninth inning. Lee pinch-ran for Young, which seemed like a better option until Lee got picked off first base for the first out. It was ...