Nationals Vs. Phillies Final Score: Washington Earns Walk-Off Victory, 4-3, In 11 Innings

The Philadelphia Phillies seemed to have everything rolling their way Friday. But a lapse by the bullpen led to a 11-inning marathon and a disappointing 4-3 loss to NL East Division foe the Washington Nationals.

Phillies starting pitcher Kyle Kendrick tossed five innings and allowed just one run, but relievers Joe Savery and Chad Qualls couldn't hold onto the victory. Kendrick left with Philadelphia ahead 3-1, however, Savery gave up a run in the bottom of the sixth and Qualls surrendered the game-tying run in the eighth that led to extra innings.

The game ended on an run-scoring single by Nats' catcher Wilson Ramos, who lined a slider from losing pitcher Michael Schwimer into center field in the bottom of the 11th.

Overall, the Phillies (13-14) collected just six hits, two of them by catcher Carlos Ruiz, and were 1-for-8 with runners in scoring position.

For all your Philadelphia Phillies news and info, head to The Good Phight. If you're a Nationals fan, check out Federal Baseball. If that's still not enough baseball, spend some time at Baseball Nation and check out SB Nation on YouTube.

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