Corbin racks up 10 strikeouts earns no-decision

PHILADELPHIA — The Nationals struggled to come through with timely hits through the night against the Phillies on Saturday. Juan Soto provided some of his after a series of fireworks went beyond the wall as a trailer of the screen in the Future

Seconds after a collection of fireworks went beyond the wall as a trailer of the postgame display to come, Juan Soto provided a handful of his or her own two-run homer at the Nationals ' 43 success, with a goahead two-out at Citizens Bank Park.

His most recent burst helped the Nationals overcome a variety of missed chances against their division rival. Their constant traffic over the basepaths proved to be equally as meaningful, although the Nats managed only 1 run against Phillies ace Aaron Nola.

Nola ' s pitch count up to 1-10 over just six innings of work was worked by washington. This pushed the Phillies to goto their bullpen for its final few frames, putting the table to get the Nationals' come back success in a game by which they went just 1-for-9 with runners in scoring position and left 10 men on base.

Paul Casella is a reporter/editor for MLB.com based in Philadelphia. Follow him on Twitter @paul_casella.