The game was scoreless through three, no surprise there. In the fourth, Uggla and Hinske hit back-to-back broken bat singles. Gonzalez struck out, but Freeman singled off of Halladay’s glove, allowing Uggla to score from third.
In the sixth, Hudson was having some trouble working behind the batters, walking the leadoff man, going 3-0 to Ryan Howard before getting a flyout, then getting a popup. I’d been critical of him for walking John Mayberry Jr. twice earlier in the game. I guess he knew what he was doing, because Mayberry homered to left to give the Phillies the lead. Hudson only got out of the inning after getting Halladay to line out with two out.
But Uggla walked leading off the sixth, then went to third again on a Hinske single. AAG struck out again, but Freeman hit a fly ball deep enough to score Uggla and tie the game. It stayed tied to the eighth, when Jonny Venters came in for Hudson and got them (including Mayberry) 1-2-3, and in the bottom of the inning Uggla led off with a homer off of Halladay to make it 3-2. Craig Kimbrel made it a bit interesting in the ninth, walking the leadoff man and then letting him go to second with two out on a wild pitch, but
struck out Jimmy Rollins flew out to end it.