The Philadelphia Phillies rallied from behind to score six runs in the 9th inning including a two-RBI single by Jean Segura

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to lift them to a 6-3 win over the St. Louis Cardinals in Game 1 of their wild-card series.

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It was the first time in 94 postseason games that St. Louis, an 11-time World Series champion

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had blown a lead of at least two runs going into the final frame, according to Sportradar.

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"It's what we do. We fight," said Alec Bohm, who was plunked on the shoulder by Cardinals closer Ryan Helsley with the bases loaded to drive in the first run.

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But after struggling all afternoon against Jose Quintana and the St. Louis bullpen, the Phillies finally got their offense going.

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JT Realmuto began the decisive rally with a single off Helsley, and walks for Bryce Harper and Nick Castellanos

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"Unfortunately," Cardinals manager Oliver Marmol said, "that last inning got away."

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