Cliff Lee got picked off first, Erik Kratz tied the game with a homer and Freddy Galvis hit one of his own to cap a thrilling, 3-2, Phillies walk-off win.
Carlos Ruiz left the Phillies' series finale against the Reds after he suffered a hamstring strain, while Ryan Howard sat out with a sore left knee.
The Phillies continued their home success against the Reds, Ben Revere tied a career-best for hits in a game and Michael Young made his first start at first base this season.
1yCole Hamels is out for redemption against Matt Cain and the Giants in a rematch of last season's Game 3 of the NLCS.
1yA bench-clearing brawl broke out when Shane Victorino was beamed in the back by the Giants' Ramon Ramirez.
1yThe two teams swarmed the field in the sixth inning and a fight ensued, but it was the Phillies that beat down the Giants, 9-2, on Friday night. By Jim Salisbury
1yA young Phillies fan on vacation with his family is in critical condition in a San Francisco hospital after a hit and run on Thursday night.
1yThe Phillies turn to Vance Worley tonight as they seek their eighth consecutive victory. The Giants give the nod to Jonathan Sanchez, who will make his first start in six weeks.
1yCliff Lee struck out eight and tossed his major league-leading fifth shutout in the Phillies' 3-0 win over the Giants in San Francisco on Thursday. By Jim Salisbury
1yThe Phillies have placed reliever Ryan Madson on three-day paternity leave and have activated Scott Mathieson from Triple A. By Jim Salisbury
THE GOOD PHIGHT
Tuesday vs. Cleveland, Roy Halladay allowed eight runs in an outing less than four innings for the first time since May 2000, also vs. the Indians.