Just a few hours after celebrating his 50th homer in the Major Leagues, Orlando Arcia once again showed his power.
On the back of their Braves against the Phillies 3-1, the Venezuelan opened the scoreboard in the fifth inning, fracturing the pitching duel between Zack Wheeler (for Philadelphia) and Charlie Morton (for Atlanta).
The connection, without people on base, came out of left field and was Arcia's seventh homer so far this season.
That score was the only run of the game until the eighth inning, when the Phillies tied it on JT Realmuto's grounder and led on Nick Castellanos' two-run homer.
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After 7.0 innings of just five hits, one run and seven strikeouts, Wheeler added his tenth win of the season and improved his ERA to 2.69.
David Robertson added his 15th save and the setback went to Collin McHugh (2-2).
In the end, Morton left without a decision after six scoreless innings and two thirds, in which he gave just one walk and struck out eight.
Orlando Arcia went 3-for-2 with one RBI and improved his average to .247.