By Sally Fahey
Austin Nola’s RBI single off his 32-year-old brother and Phillies ace Aaron came in the bottom of the fifth, pulling the Padres to within a run of Philadelphia at the time. He later scored and San Diego eventually pulled ahead, rallying from a 4-0 first-inning to knock off the Phillies 8-5 to even the series at a game apiece.
Early in the game, Fox Sports’ Ken Rosenthal talked with the two players’ father, A.J., who was in the stands sporting a Phillies jersey over a Padres jersey, along with a San Diego hat.
“I was real anxious before the game, I’ve kind of settled down a little bit now,” he said. “Just got a little nerve-racking when Austin got up to the plate.”
Mr. Nola had no clue how to celebrate his son getting a hit off of his other son pic.twitter.com/8cv4vpMICJ
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