The Philadelphia Phillies lost to the Toronto Blue Jays by a score of 3-0, dropping Game 1 of the three game interleague series. Toronto starting pitcher Drew Hutchinson left the game in the first, but the Phillies were unable to figure out the Jays bullpen.
The Phillies picked up five hits but were never able to capitalize, going 0-6 with runners in scoring position and leaving 10 on base. Starting pitcher Vance Worley gave up three runs through seven innings, only one of which was an earned run. A throwing error by Mike Fontenot handed the Jays a run in the fourth on what could have been a double play, leaving the door open for Edwin Encarnacion to score on a groundout by Yunel Escobar.
The Phillies loss comes after back-to-back wins and is their 10th loss in 13 games. Game 2 of the series is scheduled for 1:07pm EDT on Saturday.
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