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Jean Segura lists home in Washington for sale with views you have to see to believe

Jean Segura lists home in Washington for sale with views you have to see to believe

Jean Segura will be in Philadelphia for half the year for the foreseeable future. He has three years and more than $45 million remaining on his contract, and Philly is quite far from his previous stop in Seattle.

Segura’s 6,400-square foot home in Bellevue, Washington is for sale, according to Philadelphia Business Journal. The price tag is $5 million.

These pictures are always beautiful but this home in particular stands out, given the interior aesthetic and the lovely Pacific Northwest scenery surrounding it.

If you want to take a look at the home, click here.

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Phillies match a ghastly team record as Nationals complete 5-game sweep

Phillies match a ghastly team record as Nationals complete 5-game sweep

WASHINGTON, D.C. — The Phillies, through Wednesday of this week, were the only team in the majors to be over .500 all season. 

Then Wednesday happened.

Then Thursday happened.

With a 6-3 loss in the series finale, the Phillies fell a game under .500 at 79-80. They must sweep the Miami Marlins at home this weekend to finish with a winning record for the first time since 2011. But 82-80 will be little solace for fans clamoring for playoff baseball.

The Phils were totally overmatched this week in the nation's capital. The Nats swept the five-game series to finish 14-5 against the Phillies. It matches the Phils' worst record ever against the Nationals/Expos franchise in the 50 years of its existence.

Can't beat the aces

The Phillies lost to Patrick Corbin on Monday, Max Scherzer on Tuesday and Stephen Strasburg on Thursday. Altogether, they went 1-9 when facing Washington's three aces this season.

Wretched fifth inning

The Nationals scored three runs in the fifth inning on one hit. How? Jason Vargas loaded the bases, issuing two walks. He was lifted for Edgar Garcia, who walked in a run, allowed a second run to score on a wild pitch and a third run on a passed ball. The Phillies walked four in the inning, which put the game out of reach.

Segura exits

Jean Segura left the game in the fifth inning with a sprained right ankle. The Phillies may sit him this weekend. Segura has been dealing with nagging lower-body injuries for much of the season.

No Nola on Sunday

Aaron Nola's season is over. Gabe Kapler announced Thursday that Nola, who is tied with Justin Verlander for the most starts in the majors (67) since 2018, is done for the season (see story).

Makes sense. The Phillies have little to play for and Nola has carried an enormous workload the last two seasons, exceeding 200 innings both years.

One series left

Bring on the Marlins. The Phillies are 7-9 this season against Miami. Even the worst team in the league has a chance against you every night when you have one reliable starting pitcher.

Vince Velasquez (7-8, 4.76) pitches Game 1. Feels like it will be his final start as a Phillie.

Zach Eflin (9-13, 4.16) pitches Game 2.

Sunday's starter is TBD. The Phillies could use Cole Irvin or Ranger Suarez in a bullpen game.

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Phillies outslug and outlast Braves on long, rainy night to stay in striking distance in wild-card race

Phillies outslug and outlast Braves on long, rainy night to stay in striking distance in wild-card race

BOX SCORE 

The Phillies earned a split with the Braves by outlasting them 9-5 on a rainy night that featured plenty of home runs and pitching changes.

The Phillies homered four times, the Braves homered three times and 12 of the 14 combined runs scored via the homer.

Eleven relievers were used. It was a long, slow September game.

Cesar Hernandez, Jean Segura, Adam Haseley and J.T. Realmuto each homered and drove in two runs. 

Hernandez led off the game with a homer for the 10th time in his career.

Segura hit his 12th of the season, tied for the second-most of his career.

Haseley again went deep to one of the deeper parts of the park. He has five home runs — two to center, two to right-center and one to left-center.

Sean Rodriguez, still getting booed, provided a big insurance run with a one-out RBI double in the ninth inning. Realmuto followed two batters later with his 25th home run to give the Phils a four-run cushion.

Hector Neris recorded four outs for his 26th save. He has allowed one earned run in his last 22⅔ innings.

The win made the Phillies 76-70.

Updated wild-card standings

The Cubs, Brewers and Mets all won Thursday afternoon. The Phillies remain two games behind Chicago and Milwaukee for the second wild-card spot and are tied with the Mets.

More on each team's upcoming schedule here.

Short starts

Both starting pitchers lasted only four innings. The Phillies homered three times off Julio Teheran and the Braves homered twice off Drew Smyly.

There was a ton of loud contact allowed by both pitchers — beyond the homers there were balls crushed foul, squared-up pitches fouled straight back and well-struck balls in play.

Smyly struck out six. He allowed a pair of runs in the first and fourth. One was unearned because of Rhys Hoskins' error catching a throw from Maikel Franco to begin the game.

In 10 starts with the Phillies, Smyly is 3-1 with a 4.14 ERA and 1.29 WHIP, respectable numbers for a back-end starting pitcher.

5 important outs

Jared Hughes came into the game in the fifth inning and kept the Braves off-balance with his sinker. Facing the top and middle of Atlanta's order, Hughes pitched 1⅔ hitless innings, walked two and struck out two. He retired all three of Ronald Acuña Jr., Freddie Freeman and Josh Donaldson, no easy task.

The big right-hander helped the Phillies settle the game down in the middle innings.

Up next

The Phillies have the extremely rare Friday off. Typically, the only time they've ever been off on a Friday is when the season opens on a Thursday and they're off the next day.

After that is a two-game series against the Red Sox, who are all but eliminated from the playoffs. The Red Sox were 10 games back in the wild-card race when their game began Thursday night.

Pitching matchups for the series:

Saturday night at 7:10 — Aaron Nola (12-5, 3.70) vs. LHP Eduardo Rodriguez (17-6, 3.73)

Sunday afternoon at 1:10 — LHP Jason Vargas (6-7, 4.31) vs. Rick Porcello (12-12, 5.83)

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