Phillies Crush Cards in 8th Inning Rally

Nine runs in one inning. Halladay started, but didn't get the win on this one.

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Chase Utley walks to the on deck circle. The first night of summer was a beautiful night at Busch Stadium in St. Louis.
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Roy Halladay had five strike outs, giving him the MLB lead with 119, but he got pulled after six innings.
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It's the first time this year that he started and didn't thrown at least 100 pitches.
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The Phils were behind 2-1 until the 8th inning. Jason Motte faced only two batters and hit both of them. Ryan Howard was the first.
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Placido Polanco was the second. He took first base, scoring Victorino to tie the game 2-2. Cardinals coach Tony Larussa got ripped to shreds on Twitter for pitching moves that included putting in five relievers during the eighth.
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Ben Francisco follows through on a one run single.
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Chase Utley is congratulated by Carlos Ruiz after scoring on Francisco's hit. 3-2 Phils.
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Jimmy Rollins connects with a two run single. 7-2 Phils.
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Rollins rounds third base to score on a hit by Chase Utley in the 8th. 9-2 Phils.
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Ryan Howard's one-run single scored Utley. Phils lead 10-2.
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David Herndon throws the 9th inning.
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David Herndon shakes hands with Carlos Ruiz after the Phils defeated the St. Louis Cardinals 10-2 at Busch Stadium on June 21, 2011.
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Yep. Beautiful night for baseball.
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