Giants Vs. Phillies, NLCS Game 6: Roy Oswalt Exits After Six Solid Innings

Roy Oswalt gave up a total of nine hits over only six innings in Game 6, but he managed to spread them out well enough to only surrender one earned run. He struck out five without issuing a single walk.

Though Oswalt is accustomed to going deeper into a ballgame, especially with the score knotted at 2, his pitch count had reached 99 by the end. His most impressive pitch may have come in his final inning, when he struck out Pat Burrell with a filthy 12-6 curve.

Ryan Madsen is now pitching the top of the seventh in relief of Oswalt. The game is still tied, 2-2. Stay tuned to this StoryStream for further updates.

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