Harper hits home run, while Suarez guides the Phillies’ win over Miami Marlins

Bryce Harper had three hits, including his 35th home run, Ranger Suárez resolved seven innings in white, and the Phillies of Philadelphia defeated 5-0 on Friday to the Miami Marlins.

Harper, who went 12-0 in the stretch that condemned the Phillies to drop out of the playoffs, woke up to an RBI double in the third act against Sandy Alcantara. When he got to middle school, Harper sprained his left ankle and limped.

A group of physical therapists visited him on the trails, but the star remained at the meeting.

Harper, who could be named the MVP, downloaded a lonely home run to the opposite band, before a 99 mph fastball offered by Alcántara (9-15) in the fifth inning.

The Phillies (82-78) made sure they had a positive season. The Marlins, bottom of the same East Division of the National League, they have lost nine of 10 games.

Venezuelan Suarez (8-5) allowed six scattered hits in his work. He struck out eight, handed over a ticket and hit a ball, to extend your blank streak to 21 innings and improve its effectiveness to 1.35.

For the Phillies, the Venezuelans Odubel Herrera 5-1 with one scored and one produced, Ronald Torreyes from 5-1, Freddy Galvis 3-0, Suarez 1-0 with an annotated one.

For the Marlins, Dominicans Bryan de la 3-1 cross, Lewin Diaz from 4-2, Magneuris 2-0 saw, Alcantara 1-0. The Venezuelan Miguel Rojas 1-0.

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