Phillies Power Up to Beat Mets and Yankees Lose in Extra Innings

Bohm and Realmuto both hit three-run homers for Philadelphia, leading to a series win over a division rival.

PHILADELPHIA — Alec Bohm and J.T. Realmuto each hit three-run homers, Rhys Hoskins had a solo shot and the Philadelphia Phillies beat the Mets, 8-2, on Wednesday.

The Phillies took two of three from their division rivals after opening the season with a three-game sweep of three-time defending N.L. East champion Atlanta.

Phillies ace Aaron Nola lasted only four innings, pitching out of trouble the final two. He allowed one run and six hits, striking out five.

“He had to grind through,” Phillies Manager Joe Girardi said. “His location and stuff wasn’t sharp but he

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