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kid took over today at lincoln financial field. the eagles hosted huddle up for autism. carnival for children with autism and their families. children's hospital of philadelphia helped host the event and autism friendly environment. proceeds benefited the center for autism research, at chop. jeff skversky has a check on sports and phillies get the last laugh. >> absolutely, jonathan papelbon having some trouble today. phillies fans smiling and having a good time. they loved it today down in south philadelphia. phillies all time saves leaders is not welcomed in his old home. jonathan papelbon booed to his return to citizens bank park.
the just like the last time he was here freddie galvis gets to him. what a party for phillies fanatic today. it comes with cake and a surprise ending with the nationals. second inning carlos ruiz, just the second home run since last july. phillies up one to nothing. jonathan papelbon looks like he was on vacation. he may want to wake up. tied at one in the tenth, jeanmar gomez facing bryce harper. record sixth straight home run. solo shot. down by one. harper tries to silence the fans. never. papelbon comes in down to the last hour, andres blanco pinch hitting the other way. here comes peter. jason werth's throw gets away. still tied at two. next batter freddie galvis who homered off pap last time he was here. this time it is deep to left. werth cannot get it. ballgame. phillies with a walk off winner, three-two, in ten. pap has blown two saves against phillies since they traded him last july.
galvis responsible for both of them. >> unaudible. >> no, all of them -- all of them suck. >> well, that is just what the doctor ordered. that was nice to establish a win out of that series. not swinging the bats real well the whole series but that was great. >> this is great too did you see this. how embarrassing this nationals fan is holding up a sign that says i drove 4,000 miles to see bruce harper. drove 4,000 miles to see your favorite player you would assume he would know the guy's name. the his name is bryce harper. come on. really. the flyers have to dig out of the 02 playoff hole, something they have done only three times in team history. so we will play at home in game three make a difference tomorrow night? jake voracek says 100 percent the a reen will be pumping. game three tomorrow night at
home. steve mason cannot afford to let anymore games slip by them. scoring has been a major issue. only one goal in the series for flyers. brayden holtby has stopped 60 of their 61 shots. the flyers believe, home ice will help their cause. >> we have to get them hungrier, they are seeing publishings and reading plays, extremely well, so challenges us to do better job making it difficult for him to do his job. >> a lot of people like to come play in the philadelphia for the playoffs. we have to take that as an advantage for us and, it will be good to have that first goal tomorrow and go from there. >> myers must win four games or season is over. flyers pete caps twice during regular season including at the end of march at home in the shoot-out. so do flyers stand a chance? we will desecond series and much more we will talk jonathan papelbon on "action news" sports sunday. mike missanelli will join me
in the studio in 15 minutes. well, flyers play as well at home as soul did tonight? flexing their muscles on offense and defense begins port land. fourth quarter tracie picks it off, 36-yard return. the soul returns to the winning column 70-32. get them a selfie stick. payton manning, in longer throwing touchdowns, he was hanging out in bristol today, where karl edward wins the race. >> sound good. >> thanks, jeff. still to come on "action news", philadelphia mayor jim kenney is honored by region's lgbt community. >> how
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battling serious illnesses and disabilities got a welcomed break today. they enjoyed lunch, entertainment and cruise on the delaware river. the spirit of the philadelphia partnered with the kelly ann memorial fund to host 400 children, parents and siblings. for 40 years the fund has worked to lighten burden for families in need. delaware valley's lgbt community gathered to day to honor mayor jim kenney. the delaware valley legacy fund awarded kenney as their alley hero of the year. kenney sponsored an equal rights bill three years ago aimed at expanding health coverage for lgbt workers. it was first law of its kind
in the u.s. kenney has join with other mayors to boycott north caroline, mississippi and any other state or it is i at anti gay laws. women left with no where to turn took a chance on a teacher and 3-d printer. >> abc's marci gonzales has the story of a act of kindness to give a beloved animal a second chance. >> reporter: like an ugly duck in the swann, a fairy tail ending for philip. left a lame duck after getting frostbite on his feet which caused an animal lover vicky robinson stepped in. >> so i said would i come get him. >> reporter: after rescuing philip she could not find anyone to help him. might be bet fur she thought to put him out of his misery. >> i made a call to have him put down because he was not going to live well in my home. >> reporter: by chance she learned that this middle schoolteacher jason had a brand new 3-d printer in his classroom. they described the sitting duck's situation.
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his partner were on patrol when a with man flagged them down to report her car was being broken into. police chased the suspect, officer james mccollough tackled one and was immediately shot in the leg. mccollough was bleeding profusely so's replied a tourniquet to slow down the bleeding. his partner rushed him to the hospital again, in stable condition, meanwhile, other officers, captured those two suspects. all right. a "action news" sports sunday is next here on channel six. tune into "action news" at 4:30 tomorrow morning for very latest on the investigation in the shooting of officer james mccull. now for walter perez, melissa magee, jeff skversky and the entire "action news" team, i'm sarah bloomquist, have a great night. >> ♪
he scores. >> mason missed it. >> for two to come from behind and win by a final score of three-two. >> that is just what the doctor ordered. nice to establish a win out of that series. >> "action news" sports sunday sponsored by audi. phillies salvage a game with their series in washington. can flies dot same. welcome to "action news" sports sunday a l