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Ranger Suárez sets off Phillies alarms

The Venezuelan received a ball on the arm that forced him to leave the game

Venezuelan pitcher Ranger Suárez had to leave the Phillies' game this Saturday against the St. Louis Cardinals after being hit in the arm by a ball.

The incident occurred at the top of the second inning when Burlenson hit a line drive that hit his arm and this caused him deep pain despite getting the out.

This blow forced him to leave the game so he could be treated by the Phillies medical team and thus begin medical examinations to see the severity of the injury.

Suárez has a 9-1 record with a 1.70 ERA in 74 innings pitched; He has also struck out 79 opponents this season, being the líder of the Phillies rotation.

Despite this loss, his team managed to achieve a valuable victory against the St. Louis Cardinals 1-6 to reach 41 wins for the season.

The Phillies were driven by the offensive ability of Nick Castellanos, Alec Bohm and Bryce Harper, who were responsible for the victory.

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