Diamondbacks Beat Philadelphia Phillies

After Philadelphia Phillies' loss, Arizona Diamondbacks advanced to the NLCS Game 7.

Torey Lovullo, the manager of the Arizona Diamondbacks, took the podium Monday afternoon and declared loudly.

Lovullo angrily remarked, "We didn't come cross-country to get our asses kicked."

"Our guys will be prepared to play our best baseball game—that's why we came here."

Lovullo was discussing the excitement of participating in a Game 7 of the National League Championship Series eight hours later.

With a 5-1 victory that subdued the potent Philadelphia Phillies lineup

the Diamondbacks forced a Game 7 on Tuesday night at Citizens Bank Park, which was unexpectedly sold out to 45,473 fans.

Following six straight wins, it was the Phillies' first home loss of the postseason.

Win two straight postseason games at Citizens Bank Park against the Phillies.

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