Nola (9-8) got the win in Thursday's 12-6 victory over Pittsburgh, allowing six runs on six hits and a walk with eight strikeouts in six innings.

The bulk of the damage against Nola came during a five-run second, when a Ke'Bryan Hayes home run cleaned up a bases-loaded one-out jam with. Despite the early six-run hole, Philadelphia rallied with five runs in the third and three in the sixth to earn the 28-year-old consecutive wins. Nola has a high 6.58 ERA across 26 innings in five September starts and is slated to pitch against Atlanta on Wednesday.

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