Two bombs for Trea Turner at Wrigley on Tuesday night. One left the ballpark:

Prettiest home run swing in baseball, as Pagan likes to say. Turner had 4 RBI in a 6-4 win in Chicago. He’s had multi-hit games in four of his last six. Since returning to the lineup in mid-June after that hamstring injury, he’s got 19 hits in 13 games, 3 homers, and 9 RBI. The Phillies are 9-4 in those games.

It was always going to be rough with Kyle Schwarber and Bryce Harper on the shelf, and J.T. Realmuto already on the shelf. Tuesday night, Turner and Garrett Stubbs provided the offense. Michael Mercado went five innings and gave up just two hits and one earned run. On Sunday, a comeback win with Turner, Nick Castellanos, and Alec Bohm.

It’s no different than what it’s been all year long – different guys stepping up on any given night and playing their part. The Phils are 56-29 with two more games in Chicago ahead of six vs. the Braves and Dodgers. They continue to have the best record in baseball and find ways to get it done.

Trea Turner on the year: .338/.386/.487, .873 OPS, 66 hits, 14 doubles, five homers, 10 stolen bases, and a 1.9 WAR