The Philadelphia Phillies had a night to forget on Wednesday when they were held hitless by the Houston Astros in Game 4 of the World Series.
Houston managed to tie the series at 2-2, which means that the series will return to Minute Maid Park for Game 6, and possibly Game 7.
Aaron Nola was chased early, and the bats were dead silent.
After the game, Kyle Schwarber was asked about the no-hitter and what his thoughts on it were.
Schwarber had quite a poignant response to the question and simply brushed it off, expressing that trying to win Game 5 is what matters now.
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Schwarber Focuses On Game 5
Game 4 is in the past, and Schwarber had a strong and perfect response to any questions about the no-hitter.
With the series tied at two games apiece, the Phillies will turn to Noah Syndergaard in hopes of gaining a 3-2 edge before heading to back to Houston.
A night after the Phillies busted out for seven runs and broke the single-game World Series home run record, the bats went quiet in Game 4 as the Phils missed a chance to take a commanding 3-1 series lead.
And so, it’s on to Game 5, which will be the last game at Citizens Bank Park this season.
The Phillies will have a tall order on their hands as they deal with Justin Verlander.
They did manage to score five runs off of him in Game 1, but the Phillies will certainly have their work cut out for them as they try to leave town with a 3-2 lead in the series.