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Nick Castellanos was one of three Phillies to go yard last night in their Game 1 NLCS victory over the Arizona Diamondbacks, 5-3.
In typical fashion, following the victory, Nick Castellanos spoke with reporters and delivered yet another incredible postgame interview.
Nick Castellanos NLCS Game 1 Postgame Interview with John Clark
Every damn time, Castellanos reminds whoever he’s talking to how many more wins the Phillies have if they want to touch god and win the World Series. That’s honestly the best part of all the interviews. There’s no swaying from the ultimate goal. Casty is locked in and always focused. Period.
Add it to The List of Incredible Nick Castellanos Postgame Interviews in 2023
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Nick Castellanos has been ON FIRE this postseason
Last night, Nick Castellanos stepped up to the plate in the bottom of the second inning and hit home run No. 5 of the postseason, giving the Phillies a 3-0 lead. Casty joined only Mr. October, Reggie Jackson as the two players with five home runs in a 3-game span during the postseason.
Nick Castellanos NLCS Home Run
Up Next for the Phillies
The great thing about the MLB postseason is that we’re back at it tonight. Bad news for your liver, but we have Aaron Nola on the mound facing Merrill Kelly for the D-Backs. The Phillies will be looking to pack their bags to Arizona with a 2-0 series lead.
Worth noting, after Merrill Kelly goes tonight, the D-Backs starting pitching is absolutely horrible. Arizona sent rookie Brandon Pfaadt to the mound in Game 1 of the NL Wild Series against the Brewers and he coughed up three runs on seven hits in just 2.2 innings of work. The D-Backs rookie carried a 5.72 ERA in the regular season, with opponents hitting .282 with a .862 OPS.