Aaron Nola turned in one of two dominant outings by Phillies starters in the Wild Card Series.

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After a weekend of dominant pitching, sound defense, a few timely hits and, above all, loads of drama, the Phillies are going to the NLDS.

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It wasn’t an easy upset in St. Louis. It was always going to take contributions from up and down the roster to march into “Baseball

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The Phillies got those contributions. So while Major League Baseball doesn’t give out Wild Card Series MVPs, here’s what the ballot might look like if it did.

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Harper’s 435-foot homer in the second inning of Game 2 gave Aaron Nola and the Phillies a lead they would never relinquish.

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A key walk in the ninth of Game 1 extended a rally for the ages. (The baserunning, though, needs some work.)

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Much like Rob Thomson didn’t seem to care how the final month of the season went for Seranthony Domínguez

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the righty flamethrower didn’t seem to care that his opponents in the biggest appearance of his career were two National League MVP candidates.

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An Albert Pujols single put the tying run on base in the eighth inning Saturday, but Domínguez punched out Paul Goldschmidt (the presumptive MVP) and Nolan Arenado to escape without damage.

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