PITTSBURGH, Pa. -- With runners on the corners and two outs in the bottom of the 10th inning, outfielder Alex Presley stepped to the plate. After Pittsburgh tied the game up at 1 in the 6th inning, both the Pirates and the Phillies battled each inning in order to break up the tie breaker. Presley hit a broken bat infield single to the Phillies shortstop Jimmy Rollins. The ball rolled right to the perfect spot giving the speedy Presley time to touch first base in time to be safe to plate Michael McKenry from third for the walkoff win.
"Whenever Presley hit’s the ball in the infield, he’s always got a chance," McKenry said. "He’s a guy that can run down the line. He put the ball in play and gave us a chance to score a run. And that’s the ballgame."
"I thought I had a good chance," Pres...
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