With overwhelming dominance Ranger Suarez guided the Phillies 1-0 shutout of the Braves on Thursday and reached 10 wins for the first time in his career.
The Venezuelan painted Atlanta white for 6.0 innings, in which he received five hits, gave up just two walks and struck out four.
53 of his 83 pitches were in the strike zone and his ERA improved to 3.38.
Matt Vierling drove in the only streak of the game, in the second inning off Max Fried, with a sacrifice fly. And that was more than enough for the Phillies to win.
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Ranger Suárez, who improved his record to 10-5, added his second victory of the month and extended his streak of appearances without defeat to 12. The last reverse of the right dates back to June 29.
The also criollo José Alvarado completed a relief of an inning and a third to close the game and sign up his second save of the campaign.
Fried (13-7) suffered the setback despite giving up just one run in a 5.0-inning outing, walking one and striking out eight.