Aaron Nola Works a Scoreless Inning in His All-Star Game Debut

PHOTO CREDIT: GEOFF BURKE-USA TODAY SPORTS

Aaron Nola made his All-Star Game debut during the fifth inning of tonight’s game in Washington and did not disappoint. The 25-year-old, whose 2.30 ERA is good for second-best mark in the National League, began the inning by wiping away Salvador Perez and Mookie Betts on strikes. His lone blemish came on a two-out single by Jose Altuve before he retired future Phillies All-Star Mike Trout on an infield pop out to end the inning. Speaking of Trout:

Come home, sweet prince.

Anyway, you can check out video of Nola’s impressive inning after the jump.

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2 Responses

  1. Congrats to the cuz!!! Philly loves you & don’t worry cuz we’ll get manny in the offseason . Tell bob c00ney I want to smell his Dodge Ram at fantasy fest

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